International Girls in ICT Day
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The CRC of Mongolia is celebrating "International Girls in ICT Day" event on April 26th, 2018 in Ulaanbaatar, in collaboration with the Communications and Information Technology Authority of Mongolia.

About 80 female students from different universities are invited to take part in the lecture event to have an opportunity to meet with leading experts, role models from Mongolia’s ICT sector to share experiences, success stories and conduct open discussions.

The purpose of the event is to encourage young women’ presence in constantly expanding ICT sector, to raise knowledge on sectorial contribution in enhancing sustainable socio-economic development, growing significance of digital skills to pursue successful career. 

Under the following three topics, experts will make presentations:

  1. “The current situation and future trends of ICT sector – Mongolia” by Mrs. NINJBOLOR Khurel, Senior Expert of the Communications Regulatory Commission of Mongolia;
  2. “How to make a presentation like a movie” by Mr. TSEND Kh., Founder of the “Viral Partners LLC”, Mongolia
  3. “My career experiences in the field of ICT” by Mrs. ARIUNAA Lkhagvasuren, CEO of the “Intec LLC”, Mongolia

According to the information from ITU website, to date there are over 300,000 girls and young women in 166 countries worldwide participated in more than 9,000 celebrations of “International Girls in ICT Day”.

 
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LAST UPDATE: 2018/04/26
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