• 7th Eastern India Information Technology Fair (EIITF)

    Friday, 22nd July 2016, Hotel The Park, Kolkata
  • Panel Discussion

    IT & Security Frameworks to Protect Information Assets of SMEs
  • Winners of 7th EIITF, Kolkata

  • Audiences in Event


Col A. K. Nath,
Shri. S. P. Toshniwal,
Chairman- Roshni Lights
Col. H. P. S. Bawa,
Audience during the Panel Discussion Session
Shri. Manjit Nayak, Addl. Dir, STPI-Kolkata
Audiences in Event

7th EIITF emphasizes major pain points of Indian SMEs

VARINDIA played host to the 7th EIITF (Eastern India Information Technology Fair – 2016) that concluded successfully in Kolkata, amidst speeches and presentations from corporate houses on the opportunities for capitalizing the Indian SMB sector. The topic for this year’s event was – “IT and Security Frameworks to protect Information Assets of SMEs”. Besides providing a common platform for the corporates to share ideas, discuss issues and challenges targeting the growth of SMBs in the region in particular and the country in general, the event brought together around 200 senior officials from the IT Department, dignitaries from other Central and State government departments and spokespersons from IT corporates.


Key Note address

The Chief Guest for the evening Col A. K. Nath, ED, C-DAC, enlightened the audience by speaking on how to empower SMEs for a better India

Presentation by Supertron

Mr Chandrashekara H.G., Business Manager – Enterprise, Supertron Electronics Private Ltd

Presentation by Power Grid

Mr N. G. Sarkar, DGM – Telecom, Power Grid Corporation

Presentation by CSDC

Mr N. C. Mohapatra, Director – Alliances, CSDC Systems

Presentation by NetApp

Mr Satinder Singh, Head, Systems Engineering (Government & Commercial), NetApp India

Presentation by Dell India

Mr Shamik Roy, Product Specialist – Pre- Sales, Cloud Client Computing, Dell India

Partners of the Event