Workshop on Regulation for Innovation

20 May, 2016, Hotel Leela, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi

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Telecommunication is at the heart of Digital India. Mobile phones, being inexpensive, easy to use, are accessible to a common man and have high penetration & adoption, thus making them a channel of choice in India and the very first experience of access to internet.

We are pleased to inform you that ASSOCHAM has been continuously striving towards the growth and benefit of the Indian Telecom Sector through ASSOCHAM’s National Council on Telecommunications & Convergence and has been instrumental in various policy changes for further growth and development of the Indian Telecom Industry.

ASSOCHAM, has been organizing an Industry Forum: TELECOM INDIA with the Official Support of the concerned Ministries, Government of India to discuss the challenges and ways forward for this vibrant sector. To celebrate the World Telecommunication Day and to exchange the views on issues concerning the industry creating a roadmap for future growth, ASSOCHAM proposes to organize the 9th TELECOM INDIA on Friday, 20th May, 2016 at Hotel Leela, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi.

We are pleased to inform you that the Hon’ble Union Minister, Ministry of Communications and IT, Government of India has already confirmed to Address the Workshop.

ASSOCHAM proposes to undertake the following issues in this Summit:

Operators/ Service Providers Track:

The Journey of Simplification- Ease of Doing Business

-    Ease of onboarding with online, paperless eKYC

-    Ease of Operation  (ROW, Tower approvals)

-    Need to Automate  (WPC, SACFA, EMF, LF & SUC payments, eBill)

Health of Telecom Sector

-    Implementation of uniform SUC @ 3% for all Spectrum.

-    Rationalization License fee / reduction in USOF charges.

-    Clarity on definition of AGR.

-    Implementation of LfDS/ automation.

-    Multiplicity of audits.

Smart Resource Allocation

-    Harmonization of 1800 Mhz Spectrum


Infrastructure Track:

  • Challenges regarding the telecom towers roll-out by IP-I
  • Initiative taken by the Government: To realize Digital India/Smart Cities vision
  • Initiative taken by IP-I
  • Opportunities for IP-I going forward
  • Technical challenges faced in the implementation of RET (Renewable Energy Technologies)

Technology Providers Track:

  • Internet of Things
  • 5G
  • Cloud – Opportunities and Challenges for Digital India

Devices and Equipments Track:

Mobile Phone Industry – Torch Bearer of the Make in India and Digital India Initiative

“Enablers to achieve 500 MN volume and INR 3 lakh crores value target by 2019-20”

On behalf of ASSOCHAM, may we take this opportunity to cordially invite your esteemed organization to kindly “Partner” the 9th TELECOM INDIA SUMMIT.