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AIITA- All India IT Association

A Pioneer in Computer Literacy Movement

Aiita is a non – profit organization formulated to provide a common platform to the IT and ITES industry in India, it is a forum where companies and individuals engaged in IT business combine and share their knowledge and experiences. Aiita closely interacts with the government agencies on policy matters concerning IT & ITES industry. Aiita facilitates Research & Development in the field of IT through active participation of institutes, corporate, professionals, industries, entrepreneurs, and students at national level.

The objective is achieved by voluntary involvement of the members at national forum and gain substantial by sharing & exchanging worthy development at their levels. Business and trade links are available for the members in software and IT services to enhance the resources in software technology industry.

Computer education programs developed by the IT council have succeeded in balancing with the need of technocrats & skilled manpower required by the industries. Aiita policy makers are fully aware of the forecasted need. Major initiatives have been implemented in the destined direction to provide solutions to the futuristic needs.

The courses are focused to cater the development of fundamental and the understanding of the concepts/principles of computer science.

 Aiita has resolved to disseminate the essential IT education through its various educational endeavors with over 3000 registered members across the country. Aiita is a plate form where the best of Indian IT professionals come together for developing an IT Literate nation.  These programs are delivered to the student through the Academic Institutional Learning center (AILC).These center have state of the art infrastructure to facilitate effective delivery of the programs and are working towards the welfare of the IT community at large.

Aiita is a non-profit making organization founded by the association of likeminded people of the global village linked with IT & ITES and is committed to…

  • To provide strong platform for IT professionals, academicians and students to enhance their    potential. 
     
  • To safeguard constitutional rights and legal security by expertise panel and settle their disputes in an amicable manner. 
     
  • To mobilize IT education through tailor made Job oriented computer course for youths in rural to urban areas at a nominal fee structure. 


    The courses are focused to cater the development of fundamental and the understanding of the concepts/principles of computer science.

 Aiita has resolved to disseminate the essential IT education through its various educational endeavors with over 3000 registered members across the country. Aiita  is a plate form where the best of Indian IT professionals come together for developing an IT Literate nation.  These programs are delivered to the student through  the Academic Institutional Learning center (AILC).These center have state of the art infrastructure to facilitate effective delivery of the programs and are working      towards the welfare of the IT community at large. 

 Aiita is a non-profit making organization founded by the association of likeminded people of the global village linked with IT & ITES and is committed to…

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