Govt okays deputation of group A officers to TCIL

TCIL is implementing Pan-African e-Network in 48 countries

GN Bureau | November 17, 2017


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 The cabinet has approved the proposal for deputation of group A officers of department of telecommunications (DoT) and other ministries with telecommunication and information technology background to Telecommunications Consultants India Ltd. (TCIL).

TCIL, a Miniratna PSU, is a premier telecommunications consultancy and engineering company with a strong base in telecommunications & IT. It was established by the government to provide world-class technology and Indian expertise globally in all fields of telecommunication, to sustain, expand and excel in its operation in overseas/ Indian markets by developing proper marketing strategies.
 
TCIL is implementing Pan-African e-Network in 48 countries which would provide tele-education and Tele-Medicine to African union member countries through optical fibre and satellite links since 2009.
 

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