Nigeria Computer Society (NCS) Lagos Chapter will publicly present the new elected Presidents of NCS (Professor David O. Adewumi) and Computer Professionals Registration Council of Nigeria, (CPN), (Alhaja Sekinat O. Yusuf) on Thursday 29th August, 2013 at the NCS National Secretariat. Time is 2.00pm.
According to the release from NCS Lagos Chapter sent through its secretary, Dr. Akinseye, M. Damilola, the two Presidents will be presented to IT managers and the profession in a program that will include the Chapter’s meeting at the same venue.
Through its public forums, NCS analyzes IT trends and technologies to encourage knowledge sharing, development of capacity and sound decision making by members and stakeholders. In this regard, the Professional Paper presentation will be done by Mohammed Rudman, Chief executive officer, Internet eXchange Point of Nigeria (IXPN).
The public presentation is a particularly useful opportunity for IT managers, practitioners and other stakeholders to engage one on one with the leaders of these two institutions that represent the IT profession and industry in Nigeria. It is not a one way affair. NCS listens to the needs of the IT community and works to meet those needs. Use this program to gain significant value from NCS.
NCS is the voice of Nigeria’s IT community and the largest association of IT professionals and stakeholders in Nigeria. With members and activities in the social, business, government and educational communities, NCS is committed to driving sustainable development and growth through technology in Nigeria. NCS Lagos Chapter, is a vibrant chapter of NCS that represents the interests of members and Fellows of the NCS in Lagos state and is committed to promoting IT development activities in all sectors in Nigeria’s economic capital.
NCS aims to ensure all sectors – social, educational, governmental and commercial – develop their ICT capabilities to the highest global standards. The NCS is focused on elevating the level of ICT capability in Nigeria. Be part of the NCS Lagos networking forum.
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