C-DAC is developing ’’Indian Accessibility Standard for ICT products n services’’. The draft standard-”LITD-35 (17829) Accessibility for ICT Products and Services, Part 1 Requirements” has been circulated as WC-draft on 04 October, 2021 for public comments for a period of 30 days till November 03, 2021.
Kindly post your comments only through BIS portal by 03 November 2021.
Hon’ble Skill Development and Entrepreneurship and Minister of State for Electronics and Information Technology Shri Rajeev Chandrasekhar to visit C-DAC Bangalore on Monday 18th Oct’ 21 - Smart Technologies, HPC, Semiconductor Design Industry interaction.
C-DAC in association with Government of India has established an ICT Resource Centre at the Nelson Mandela African Institute of Science and Technology, Tanzania. It offers High Computing Facility with supercomputer Param Kilimanjaro.
High Commissioner of India, Shri Binaya Srikanta Pradhan visited the institute recently.
C-DAC Bengaluru is offering an Up-Skilling program in “IoT Technologies” in collaboration with IEEE for candidates belonging to SC and ST categories.
The program designed and developed with industry practices, practical applications and use cases covers the entire range of IoT technologies related learning from sensors to cloud and mobile application development.
C-DAC Signed an MOU with Union Bank of India for promoting Cyber Security, Safety among employees, vendors and customers. MOU was signed by Mrs.Lakshmi Eswari, Director, C-DAC Hyderabad in the presence of senior officials of Union Bank of India and C-DAC Hyderabad.