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Agreement is signed with Kondo Shunichi from Fuji Infox Net Company to setup a joint venture company in Mongolia
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Friday, 13 March 2009 08:53
Agreement with Kondo Shunichi from Fuji Infox Net Company has been signed to setup "J I M" Company in Mongolia to implement Aptech training Center in Mongolia and work on software outsourcing from Japan
 
Anuj Kacker, Senior Vice President of Aptech WorldWide Mongolia is in Mongolia
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Friday, 13 March 2009 08:52

Anuj Kacker, Senior Vice President of Aptech WorldWide Mongolia is in Mongolia for inauguration ceremony of Aptech WorldWide Mongolia Center.

Today, Mr. Kacker has meetings with Mr. Saikhanbileg, Chairman of Mongolian Information Communications Technology Authority; Mr. Yogeshwar Varma, Ambassador of India to Mongolia; Mr. Batjargal, Director of National IT park, Mr. Baasanjav, Director of Monitoring and Evaluation Department of Ministry of Education, Culture and Science.

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Assistance with the "Assessment on Maximizing the Economic Benefits of Mining in Mongolia" project of USAID
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Friday, 13 March 2009 08:23

The Academy for Education Development of USA has won award from USAID on Mining sector assessment of Mongolia. The AED approached Intec Company to provide support with conducting assessment in Mongolia.

USAID/Mongolia, in accordance with the Strategic Objective Agreement between the Government of Mongolia and the United States of America to Accelerate and Broaden Sustainable Private Sector-led Economic Growth, is bringing in an assessment team to assess the public dialogue surrounding the mining sector and its development in Mongolia. The assessment is to see if there is a way to help ensure that the stakeholders in the dialogue - whether they be mining companies, citizen's groups or government ministries and officials - view each other with trust and recognize the common interests that all parties have in common. A dialogue conducted under such terms will help ensure that Mongolia and its citizens derive the economic benefits they deserve from the country's mineral wealth.

The assessment team will be meeting with all relevant stakeholders, including government officials and members of parliament, mining company representatives, the media, and citizen's groups. Their purpose will be to assess the sources of potential conflict, the various interests of different stakeholders, and ultimately to make recommendations for possible USAID activities to help improve the quality of public debate about mining.

 
Agreement is signed with Business information center "For development of Mongolia"
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Friday, 13 March 2009 08:16
The agreement has been signed by Intec with the Business information center "For development of Mongolia" on the lead chapter of "Development hour" quarterly magazine related to information and communications technology development. The main purpose of Intec being involved with the this magazine is to provide information and consultation for the small and medium sized enterprises on how to apply information and communications technology in the everyday operation of SMEs of Mongolia. The guidenance, recommendations and advises will be provided by Intec company to make better choice for utilizing ICT by SMEs, related to selection of hardware, software, Internet solutions, etc.

For detailed information about this activity, please contact:

Mr. Tsogtbayar, ICT officer,

Intec Co. Ltd

Suite 326, National IT park building,

Baga toiruu-49, Sukhbaatar district, Ulaanbaatar

Phone/Fax: 976-11-328570

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Ms. Bulgan has received a scholarship from Government of India to study through ITEC
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Friday, 13 March 2009 08:14

Indian Technical and Economic Cooperation popularly known as "ITEC", was launched in 1964 as a bilateral programm of assistance of the Government of India. Under it and its corallary SCAAP, 156 countries in Asia, Africa, East Europe, Central and Latin America, Pacific and Small Island countries are invited to share in the Indian Development experience acquired over five decades. India spends about Rs.500 million annually on ITEC activities. Over 35000+ candidates from across the globe have been trained since its inception.

Among many institutions, which offer program through ITEC/SCAAP and India Window program is Aptech Worldwide. Aptech conducts the ITEC/SCAAP programme under the purview of the India Window Program (IWP), a unique IT training program where participants from across the world come to India for a certain period of time and study at Aptech Centers. The curriculum is designed to offer comprehensive knowledge & training in new skills while enhancing existing ones, thus providing a fresh perspective.

The training program, which will be attended by Ms. Bulgan is 6 weeks Certificate of Proficiency in English and IT skills. Ms. Bulgan will be attending training in Aptech Worldwide training center in New Delhi.

 
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