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AIT to conduct fellowship program on corruption

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Bengaluru-based

Association of IT dealers (AIT) will organize a fellowship program on

June 30 at Chinnaswamy Cricket Stadium, Bengaluru. The theme of this

program will be: 'Role of free enterprise in establishing Corruption

Free India'.

This meet is a part of

the

sponsored fellowship program which is organized every two months

where the association invites industry leaders, consultants and

eminent personalities to address the issues.

This fellowship program

will be conducted by TR Raghunandan, an ex-IAS officer from Karnataka

and Ramesh Ramanathan, co-founder, Janaagraha, an NGO.

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Talking more about the

topics R Shreedhar, president, AIT said, “Corruption is not only

political in nature, it exists in every form. The invited speaker

Raghunandan, who resigned from his job because of massive corruption

prevailing in the society, would deliver a talk on how

computerization can eliminate corruption.”

The other speaker

Ramanathan will speak on the main theme: 'Role of free enterprise in

establishing Corruption Free India',” said Anantharam V Varayur,

executive committee member, AIT , who is also heading the fellowship

program.

Besides the fellowship

program, the association is also planning to establish a hardware

training center to train its members. Under the corporate social

responsibility, the association will organize a Health Day, where

free health checkup camps will be set up, in July, 2011.

Founded in 1997, AIT was

formed with the objective to fight for the removal of turnover tax on

IT products. Currently, it has 585 registered members.

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