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24 Oct. 2007

Sixth International Conference supporting learning & training

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Corporate Art Exhibition on World Mythology
Venue: Taj Rsidency

Exhibition will be for 2 days (11-12th Oct, 07)
Presented by ArtVantage, UK

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From Classroom to Workplace – sharing experience and knowledge

21st Century Techniques and Technologies to Measure Skills and Capabilities

Bangalore India : 11th and 12th October 2007 : TAJ RESIDENCY, BANGALORE

WELCOME to the Bangalore Conference

Speakers included

Bob Bullivant, Deputy Director General, Chartered Insurance Institute

Dr Sudha Bhogle Head, Student Solutions at Eduquity

Gavin Cooney,

Arun Goyal, Vice President and Head,
e-macmillan software services

Mark Kobayashi-Hilary, National Outsourcing Association, UK

Madan Padaki, CEO, MeritTrac (Bangalore)

Prof. Mariamma Varghese,Senior Education Consultant, NAAC

Mr Kaushik Mukherjee IAS, Principal Sec. Education Department, Government of Karnataka

Hariharan S Raman, General Manager - ITES, Manpower Services

Manish Sabharwal. Chairman, Team Lease (Bangalore)

Professor Sadagopan, Director, IIIT-Bangalore

Neil Summers , Calibrand

D. Sudhanva, CEO, EXCELSOFT (Mysore)

Mr Sunirmal Sen, working for HCL Technologies (India)

Prof. Ashoke Ranjan Thakur, Vice Chancellor, West Bengal University .of Technology

Col. Vikram Tiwathia, Chief Information Officer, CII

Mr A Venkatesan, Director, NIC (Bangalore)

Chair: Prof. Kalyan Chakravarti, Business Management School of IIT Kharagpur

Only 30% of IT graduates meet the demands and expectations of India’s IT industry.

Less than 20% of other graduates are suitable for BPO and ITES.

How will India bridge this Skills Gap?

How will India cope with the increasing numbers and the demands of industry, customers and the economy?

How will India recognize and develop the right talent?

How will India derive the maximum benefit from the new technologies of skills assessment and development?

This international conference, brought together experts and experienced practitioners from India and the UK. They shared knowledge, best practice and experience of how to leverage the new tools and techniques of e-Assessment to cost effectively and efficiently identify, evaluate and develop talent and potential.

Assessment Tomorrow manages international conferences and exhibitions primarily aimed at the world of learning and training and the increasing use of e-Assessment, e-learning and other applications of IT to training and education marketplace. This conference, held for the first time in India was project managed by the management team behind the highly successful Assessment Tomorrow Conferences in Dublin (2005 and 2006), Kuala Lumpur (2005 and 2007, Glasgow (2006 and 2007), Hong Kong (2006) and the annual e-Assessment Question in London.

Dr. M. S. Thimmappa ex-Vice Chancellor of Bangalore University formally opened the event at 9.30am on 11th October 2007. This was followed by a response from Mike Connor, British Deputy High Commissioner for South India, Their contribution, and that of all the speakers, is greatly appreciated and was warmly received

“Myths and Understanding”- ArtVantage presents a corporate art exhibition on world myths with a separate sub-section featuring Henry Ford and Levi-Strauss,
11th-12th Oct at Taj Residency, Bangalore




We were delighted to contribute to a series of Breakfast Briefing Seminars earlier this year for senior managers and educationalists in Delhi, Chennai, Pune and Bangalore on the subject of

 e-Assessments - the way forward
How IT can measure skills & knowledge

Admission to these seminars was by invitation only and availability was strictly limited.

Seminars hosted by MeritTrac - India’s Largest Skills Assessment Company


At ASSESSMENT TOMORROW Bangalore 2007, an exciting line up of speakers joined us to discuss the latest developments in the use of Information Technology and Information Communications Technology to measure skills, knowledge and understanding; and how they impact assessment, the learner and the delivery of the learning. This included formal qualifications in the classroom and the workplace including IT Skills Certification, ITES and BPO Skills Assessment.

The objectives for the Conference were

  • Raise the awareness of the importance of e-Assessment, in all its forms from electronic testing to e-portfolio management in measuring Competency, Skills, Knowledge and Understanding
  • Provide a forum in which the benefits and implications of e-Assessment in the Indian context can be discussed and explored.
  • Evaluate the IT required by Education and Industry to measure and develop skills and knowledge and what IT can provide that is fit for purpose and cost effective
  • Bring the strategists, policy makers, practitioners and major players together at one event for an exchange of ideas and to review lessons learnt and opportunities taken,
  • Provide a forum developing the debate on the selection and use of e-Assessment and
  • Identify its’ role within a developing and evolving Assessment programme whether in the classroom, the workplace or in recruitment and selection.


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We were delighted to be working with GURG SOFTWARE SERVICES and would like to thank GURG and all our Sponsors for their support of this event.

See example press coverage of the event and the work of Assessment Tomorrow in India

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Sixth International Conference supporting learning & training

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From Classroom to Workplace – sharing experience and knowledge

21st Century Techniques and Technologies to Measure Skills and Capabilities

Bangalore India : 11th and 12th October 2007 : TAJ RESIDENCY, BANGALORE

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