#nasscom_ilf Archive

India in 2020 : Enablers and Blockers of Digital India

Speaker: RS Sharma, Secretary, Ministry of Communications and IT
Chair: BVR Mohan Reddy, Chairman, Cyient & Vice Chairman NASSCOM
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The winning mantra of ‘The young and restless’

Panel members:
Amar Goel, CEO, Komli
Deep Kalra, CEO, Makemytrip
Kunal Bahl, CEO, Snap Deal

The young achievers, in conversation with Shireen Bhan, Managing Editor, CNBC TV 18
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Leadership for Disruptive Innovation: How to be the catalyst for organizational innovation

Salil Parekh, Member of the Group Management Board and CEO, Application Services One, Capgemini

  • Rajiv Bajaj, MD, Bajaj Auto
  • Pravin Rao, Chief Operating Officer, Infosys
  • Aditya Ghosh, President and Executive Director, Interglobe Aviation Ltd.

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The Crescendo

13th February 2015, is likely to throw up interesting yet diverse images. It is the last day of the Leadership Forum, where the rhythm will reach a crescendo (intellectual sound levels as well) and leave participants on a high. It is this feeling that propels the NASSCOM machinery every year, to come together and put up yet another grand show for the entire global community. The bar raised by a notch yet again and with a promise to return in exactly 365 days. 362 to be precise.
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Nandita Das – Exploring many facets of creativity

NILF 2015 will see yet another famous actor who stands apart and has a niche fan following. Nandita Das, born to a father, who is a noted painter, perhaps was destined at birth to make a career, where creativity in some form would be her constant companion. And how well it has turned out. As an actress she is known for films like Fire (1996), Earth (1998), Bawandar (2000), The Rains (2007) amongst others.
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‘Banking’ on the Future

The digital winds of change are strong and the power of the digital trend, rather impactful. A responsive online presence is absolutely imperative as services have to be available literally on the ‘finger tips’ and ‘right now’. Technology is changing fast – having moved from just a computer to smart phone to interactive glasses. Banking has to keep up with the future, forcing a change in the way banks operate.
‘Banking’ on the Future more