The forthcoming e-Asia 2009, to be held in Sri Lanka for the first time, is currently offering subsidized rates for public sector and student delegates who register prior to the conference's starting date of December 2, according to Sri Lanka's Information and Communication Technology Agency (ICTA).
Public sector personnel and students can now register for a discounted rate of Rs. 15,000 while private sector and international delegates are being charged Rs. 17,500 and US$ 250, respectively.
More information about the e-Asia 2009 conference and exhibition is available at www.e-asia.org. With ultimate expectations of about 30,000 visitors over its entire three-day period, e-Asia 2009, held at the BMICH, is also expected to host representatives from 24 countries presenting "more than 200 papers from all over the world relating to new models in the information and communication technology sector", according to ICTA Chairman and Senior Advisor to the President, Prof. P.W. Epasinghe.