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Conference on Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) Organized by High Commission of India in Colombo

The High Commission of India in Colombo, in collaboration with Sri Lanka’s Technology Ministry, is set to host a conference on Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) on 26th March, aiming to delve into its transformative potential.

According to a statement issued by the High Commission, the conference will explore how DPI can revolutionize service delivery, foster inclusivity within communities, and boost economic growth through innovation.

The event will kick off with an opening plenary session featuring a keynote address by President Ranil Wickremesinghe. Following this, two panel discussions will take place.

The first panel, titled ‘Accelerating Digital Sri Lanka’, will examine how DPI streamlines governance processes and enhances accessibility for citizens. The second panel, ‘Unlocking the Digital Stack’, will explore DPI’s applications, including in the startup sector, where technology, markets, and governance intersect.

State Minister of Technology Kanka Herath will inaugurate the first panel, while MP Dr. Harsha de Silva will open the second panel. Both panels will feature experts from India and Sri Lanka, offering diverse perspectives and insights from various sectors on digital infrastructure and governance.

The High Commission emphasized that the conference aims to facilitate meaningful discussions and collaborations to harness the full potential of DPI for societal development and economic advancement.

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