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Best Innovations in Telecom, Internet, Media and Edutainment (TIME) recognized in 4th Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2013 in New Delhi

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NEW DELHI : Aegis Graham Bell Awards 2013 India’s largest and the only award in field of TIME (Telecom, Internet, Media and Edutainment) was held on 25th October at NDMC Convention center in New Delhi. The awards honored the best innovations in the field of TIME. This award was initiated by Aegis School of Business and Telecom & Convergence India, supported by COAI (Cellular Operators Association of India), mUniversity as Powered partner, Ontario Canada as International Partner and PwC is the Knowledge Partner for validating the awards.

On this august occasion, Mr. Rajan Mathews, Deputy General, Cellular Operator Association of India (COAI) delivered the welcome speech at the award. Mr. Sivarama Krishnan, (Exec. Dir. PwC India) explained about the rigorous and transparent methodology and selection criteria used by PWC. He spoke about the decision matrix being used to validate awards on various parameters and evaluation by prominent jury members based on the presentation given by the participating companies.

At Aegis Graham Bell Awards mUniversity launched India’s first MOOC(Massive Open Online Course). mUniversity’s online-interactive-education marketplace was made available for enterprises, academicia, government and for learners, www.muniversity.mobi.

TIME industries, media, academician and government’s eminent personalities graced the occasion with their presence.

Aegis Graham Bell Awards intends to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in the fields of Telecom, Internet, Media & Edutainment, and provides recognition for path-breaking contributions by the awardees. This initiative is also intended to honor the best brains that can be groomed as leaders and scholars. This year we received over 140 nominations from over 80 companies in two jury rounds, and the nominations were evaluated by jury consisting of eminent personalities and PwC – the Knowledge Partner to validate the awards.

This initiative was also supported by Flytxt, ZohoCorp, ISIDentsu, Tikona Digital Services, Aegis TV, Freshersworld.com, Wimax Forum, mUniveristy, Telecom Era, Telecom Lead, General Daily, Digital Terminal, Telecom Talk, Telecom Watch, Offeradda, Techadda, Vijaychowk.com, My Mobile, Walking Media, Telecom Uncovered, Communication Today, TelecomBlogs, Telecom India Daily, CIOL, PCQuest, & Light Reading India.

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