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Major milestones
Thursday, 21 January 2010 10:36
Major milestones of Intec in 2009

Projects implemented

Intec Company continued providing information technology consulting services to BHP Billiton Mongolia office until July 31, 2009, steadily and reliably providing services for past 4 years.

Intec Company implemented “Organizing advanced level-up ICT training for primary school teachers of Mongolia” component of “Education for All – Fast Track Initiative partnership” program jointly implemented by Ministry of Education, Culture and Science of Mongolia and Catalytic Fund. The main objective of this project is to improve primary education quality by supporting methodological progress of primary school teachers and by equipping them with skills to use ICT creatively in day-to-day teaching. Within this project, the 3-stages of training for trainers were organized in August 2009 training over 2,200 trainers (including primary education and information technology specialists of Educational and Cultural Departments of aimags and Ulaanbaatar districts, primary education training managers, informatics subject teachers and primary school teachers), who are in turn conducted training as 4th stage of training at schools for over 7,000 primary school teachers from 594 schools of Mongolia. The monitoring activities were conducted in October 2009 together with the research team of Tokyo Institute of Technology of Japan and national independent consultants. The monitoring was conducted in 2 aimag center and 3 soums schools of 5 aimags – Bayan-Ulgii, Bayankhongor, Dornod, Umnugovi and Selenge aimags. The team travelled over 6,000 kms.
Thursday, 21 January 2010 10:35
Major milestones of Intec in 2008

Upon extensive review of works provided by Intec Co. Ltd to BHP Billiton Mongolia office for last two years, the decision was made to extend contract for another year.

Following mission of team of International Development Research Center (IDRC) in July 2007 and participation of Ms. L. Ariunaa at the Global Knowledge Forum in December 2007, Intec has been engaged through ITCS Co. Ltd to work on the planning and development of the “Holistic Mongolia Programming” project.
As part of this program, extensive works were carried out to identify progress of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) development in Mongolia, including review of policy and regulatory documents issued by Ministers and directors of government agencies; cooperation and consultation with the stakeholders on projects and activities implemented in Mongolia to advance development of ICT in the country as well as undertake study tours to Canada and Philippines to learn from their experiences on applying ICT in health, education, agriculture, science and technology and good governance.
Friday, 02 October 2009 12:20
In January 24, 2007, the Intec launched Aptech WorldWide training Center in Mongolia. The opening ceremony was attended by officials of Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, The Information and Communications Technology Authority, members of Parliament, representatives of Indian Embassy in Mongolia, representatives of educational institutions, private companies and individuals working in IT sector of Mongolia. The Vice President of Aptech WorldWide, Anuj Kraker attended this opening, flying specially from India to Mongolia. The first batch of 40 students participated in the opening with 10 earlier birds getting special gifts from Board of Aptech


For a period from January 8 – February 15, 2007, Ms. Bulgan has participated in the 6-weeks long training of English and IT at Aptech Worldwide Training Center in New Delhi, India and graduated it with the Certificate of attendance.