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                                            Aegis Graham Bell Awards

                   28 February, 2020 




Aegis Graham Bell Awards (AGBA) is set to create a milestone with it's 10th year of honouring innovations in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) domain. In the year 2010, Aegis School of Business, Data Science, Cyber Security and Telecommunication established Aegis Graham Bell Award as a tribute to the father of telephony, Alexander Graham Bell. This award, is intended to promote innovations in the ICT domain to provide recognition for outstanding contributions by the innovators. The awards work on a self-nomination basis where ICT organisations select the categories to compete their innovations in, for the AGBA title. For the 10th edition, AGBA has added a few new categories for the wider coverage of innovations like Innovation in Robotic Process Automation, Innovation in Block chain and other domain related innovation listed on the official website www.bellaward.comThe award is known for its stringent process & evaluation criteria which includes Innovativeness, Market Potential, Social Impact, Sustainability and Interoperability of the innovation. The 10th Edition of AGBA will be hosted in two jury phases. The nomination submission deadline for the 1st phase is 14th August 2019 and the jury round for the same will be held on 16th September to 21st September 2019. Whereas the deadline for 2nd phase nomination submission is 15th October 2019 and the jury round for the same will be held on 20th January to 25th January 2020.? The grand award ceremony is scheduled on 28th February 2020. 

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