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IT expo in Kochi from Nov 30

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Kochi , Nov. 3

IT 2006 Kochi, the four-day all-India IT exhibition, organised by the Indian Computer Education Society (ICES) will be held here at Town Hall from November 30 to December 3.

Various multinational companies such as Intel and Microsoft and national companies such as LG Electronics and Airtel will participate in the expo to be held for the fourth consecutive year.

Mr D. Philip, President of ICES, said that there would be seminars, product launches, All Kerala IT Quiz competition and chat with IT professionals.

Leading companies will exhibit its products and technological innovations in its stalls and the seminar sessions will be attended by qualified personalities in the IT field.

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