CDAN celebrates 1000 days of unity and also CAPITA AP State Association formed

Posted by News Room On Thursday, August 21, 2014 0 comments
CDAN (Computers Dealer Association of Nellore) completed its 1000 days and that was the celebration day on 17th August 2014 when the dealers of Nellore came together at Hotel Yeshpark to celebrate 1000 days of unity. The morning event addressed a gathering of 150 members comprising of local dealers/service engineers/tot dealers, president/secretary of  nearby district associations and sponsors. The guest of honour were Karthikeyan, president of SIITA and Kuberan, treasurer of SIITA. The event was sponsored by HP, Lenovo, Asus, Toshiba as main sponsors and D-Link, Desmat, Canon, Quickheal, Dell, Ricoh, Bluestreak and Viranchi Marketing as co-sponsors.

As most of the leaders from IT associations of Andhra Pradesh attended the event, it was also decided to form a state association of AP on the same day. After lunch, the evening session started with a serious meeting on how the state association could come into reality, also the leaders from neighbouring districts were given time to discuss and give their presentations. Finally, it was unanimously decided to form a state association for AP with Murali, the president of Vijita as the president of the new state association to be named as CAPITA. It was also decided to give one post to every district association so that all associations get the chance to serve in association activities. Karthik and Kuberan shared their views and discussed with all the IT associations by giving confidence to extend complete support in future.

It was a happy moment to all the CDAN members, because the event ended successfully with the achievement of forming CAPITA in CDAN's event. This is a life time achievement for all of us who took part to make this possible. On the same day, it was also announced by CDAN to build a toilet in a backward school in Nellore. To support this Nalin  Patel, Vice-President of SIITA announced Rs. 21,000/-  from his side,  Satya Prasad, President of AIT-Bengaluru and CELLIT announced Rs.10,000/- each. We are happy that we are the first IT Association in South India who got inspired by PM’s address on Independence Day there by taking an initiative for the welfare of the society, says, BV Deepak. President, CDAN.


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