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TITA Launches Membership Drive for 2022

TITA Launches Membership Drive for 2022

The association announced in its Governing Council notification issued on Tuesday that the term of TITA GWC 2022 is ending on December 31, 2021 and the new members can join the committee for the next term.

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Hyderabad: Telangana Information Technology Association, which has not only spread its presence in the Telugu speaking states but also across India and worldwide, has initiated a fresh membership drive for 2022. TITA has also called for active participation in its Global Committee 2022.

The association announced in its Governing Council notification issued on Tuesday that the term of TITA GWC 2022 is ending on December 31, 2021 and the new members can join the committee for the next term. Those who are working in the IT Industry, Corporates, NRIs, students, IT faculties, IT affiliated industry professionals, government staff working in the IT field, startups can become members.

The tech association which has 20,000+ memberships is looking for new committee members for this term. The governing council in its announcement sought Global Committee, State-level and District committees to work towards the new membership drive.

Those who are interested can apply for membership through the link http://bit.ly/joinTITA, while those who want to send their nominations for the new committee can apply through http://bit.ly/tita nomination. TITA asked to call at 8123123434 or email to telanganait@gmail.com for any queries.

Speaking on the occasion TITA Global President Sundeep Kumar Makthala said the association which played a key role in the formation of Telangana State has also taken several initiatives after the State formation. The association also supported many State government initiatives that were aimed to improve the IT sector.

Several initiatives such as encouraging village adoption to achieve digital literacy, encourage cashless transactions through digitization, roll out of ambitious Digithon, Connecting Government school students with IT Industry through Digital Yatra & Industry Tours, coding literacy, Internships, supporting innovations by creation of innovation cells in academia etc.

Makthala said, looking at the initiatives of the association, several chapters were established both in India and worldwide. To keep the momentum on, the association is now looking for enthusiastic members who are ready to contribute and take responsibilities to take the association to the next level.

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