-B Swaminathan

Mumbai, Oct 28: Trader’s Association of Information & Technology (TAIT) Mumbai is gearing up for a slew of events after successfully completing its expo- Com-IT. The association is planning a Diwali meet calling all the stakeholders of IT industry in the city. It is also coming up with a new project- ‘TAIT Paathshaala’ -an education initiative which is an attempt to bridge the knowledge gap in specific skill sets. TAIT Paathshaala is scheduled to kick off in November this year.

“A single session of the TAIT ‘Paathshaala’ will accommodate about 30-50 people depending on the venue and total cost of INR 25,000 excluding taxes”, said Rushab shah, president of the association. He also said that TAIT office will arrange promotion of the event, registration, smooth conduct at the venue, refreshments, organize equipment like laptop, projector and more.

He also said that anyone can submit the proposal with the intended coverage to the ‘Paathshaala’ committee to ensure the education value of the program.

Topics spanning hardware, software, solutions, soft skills, and other specialized areas will be covered. These will be conducted after every 15 days at different venues across the city. Shah said this is an opportunity to reach the length and breadth of Mumbai’s IT fraternity.
Rushab Shah