Small towns get new associations : Karur joins the associations bandwagon

DQW Bureau
New Update


After years of futile attempts and discussions, an association named Karur

Information Technology Association (KITA) has been formed in Karur.

An election was held on recently which was attended by more than 50 members.

Sadasivam, CEO, NBTech, was unanimously elected as the President and

Thirunavukkarasu, CEO, Novel System, was elected as the VP.

KITA was inaugurated by PN Prasad, President, Confed-ITA; Muthuswamy,

Secretary, Confed-ITA; Vinod, Treasurer, Confed-ITA; Kuberan, former Joint

Secretary, Confed-ITA and Selvasekaran, former President, CAMS (Madurai).


Other office bearers include V Balachandran, CEO, Apple Systems who will act

as the Secretary. Madhusudanan of Balaji Infotech will be the Joint Secretary,

while Kanakaraj, Infotech Computer will function as the Treasurer.

Sadasivam, President, said, “The team will work towards creating new business

opportunities. We will ensure there is overall development. Also, we will work

towards making the members more competent.” The association has issued a

certificate to its 45 registered members. A certificate was issued to ensure

more commitment and involvement from the members.

(L-R) - Vinod, Treasurer, Confed-ITA; Muthuswamy, Secretary,

Confed-ITA; Sadasivam, President, KITA; PN Prasad, President, Confed-ITA;

Selvasekaran, former President , CAMS (Madurai); V Balachandran, Secretary,


The association has plans to conduct regular meetings with the members.

V Balachandran, Secretary, KAIT said, “We will work towards strengthening the

team. We have plans to conduct training programs on Personality Development and

on Latest Technologies for our members. Also, we will focus on eliminating

software piracy from Karur.”

Thirunavukkarasu, VP, KAIT said,“The partners here are happy that our

association has come into existence. We look forward to addressing all the

pressing issues and helping the partners in the area become more competent and

successful.” Madhusudhanan, Joint Secretary, KAIT, said, “Training will be one

of the key priorities. Besides providing knowledge on IT Hardware, we will try

to impart knowledge on allied fields, which will help our members explore new

business opportunities.” Treasurer, Kanakaraj also voiced the same opinion. “We

will bring in quality members,” he concluded