International Conferences


9th World Education Summit, Denver – 2017

9th World Education Summit 2017, Denver will bring together the pioneers of education fraternity to University of Denver Exchange & Retain the new innovation in education industry. University of Denver is undoubtedly is the best place to for such kind of a educational workshop of educationist from all over the world. This will give Indian institutions to collaborate with various US universities and adapt their innovations and take them to their respective institutions.


World Education Summit, Bahrain – 2017

Since 2011, World Education Summit has brought together decision makers, influential experts and practitioners at an annual Summit from around the world, to explore groundbreaking innovations and take concrete steps to make significant improvements to worldwide education. The World Education Summit for Education is the premier international platform dedicated to innovation and creative action in education where top decision-makers share insights with on-the- ground practitioners and collaborate to rethink education.


Innovate For India, London, UK – 2016

Innovate for India meeting was aimed towards gathering Non-Resident-Indians to build, ideate and innovate for India. NRIs from across the world would present the innovative ideas/technologies/papers that could be implemented in the country. Innovators, thinkers, students & other like-minded people collaborate and create a platform for knowledge sharing from across the globe.


World Education Summit 2016

The 6th WES was organised in Dubai in collaboration with Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA), Dubai and saw presence of 100 Schools and Colleges from MENA region. World Education awards over the years have seen top innovations from education sector in private and Public space get highlighted and recognised at this global platform.


eAsia – Bangladesh 2011

The 5th eASiA 2011 provided for a knowledge platform to gather thought leaderships, scholars, practitioners, policy makers and government function aries, academia from across Asian countries and beyond to exchange, collaborate and become engaged in a continuing dialogue ultimately leading to appropriate, innovative and ground-breaking policy solutions.


eAsia – Sri Lanka 2009

e-Asia 2009 held in Sri Lankan, capital city of Colombo. The event brought together all the stakeholders including thought leaders, industry players, policy makers, Community of Practices spurred by their necessity, common purpose, enthusiasm and collaboration. The event marked a need for a grand vision to manage the changes in the e- education progress level, changes in the technology developments.


eAsia – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2008

The conference and exhibition brought together over 700 delegates from 45 countries in three days of intensive discussions, consultations, deliberations, sharing and networking covering five developmental tracks- eGov, mServe, Digital LEARNING, Asian Telecentre Forum, and eHealth.


eAsia – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2007

eAsia 2007 was the culmination of five months of planning and collaborating with Ministry of Energy, Water and Communications, Malaysia (KTAK), Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), and key partners like, Microsoft, Nokia, SEAMEO, National University of Singapore etc.


i4d Film Festival – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2007

GK3 is the largest ICT4D event in the world bringing together over 1,500 delegates from across the world. The second film festival was held along with GK3 at Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2007. The event was supported by GeSCI and IDRC. The film festivals are a part of the larger Community Media initiative of CSDMS.


eAsia – Bangkok, Thailand 2006

The overarching aim of the eAsia Conference and Exhibition held between 26-28 April, 2006 in Bangkok, Thailand, was aimed to deliberate and learn from the National ICT and Education strategies of Asian countries and to understand the recent trends in e-practices.


i4d Seminar Beijing, China, 2004

The i4d seminar was held at Beijing, China in conjunction with Map Asia 2004. Parti cipants included eminent ICT4D practitioners from Asia and Africa. The seminar, which lasted for three days, included a workshop session at the end on building online communities and focused on knowledge sharing among practitioners.