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CDN Solutions Group Celebrated 18th Foundation Day

Friday, March 9th, 2018

23rd February 2000, the day when two ingenious entrained on a journey to deliver innovative and quality solutions for the software development industry. Here at CDN Solutions Group, our approach focused on developing innovative web and mobile app development solutions for clients across the globe and consistently evolves and leverage latest technologies for the connected world.

So, this year, we had celebrate our 18th foundation day at one of the esteemed auditorium in Indore Ranvindra Natya Grah. Our theme of this year’s foundation was cultural, so everyone was happy by getting a chance to showcase their talent. All the CDNites were invited with their families. The party was filled with several cultural activities to celebrate the occasion. CDNites were invited along with their families.

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The evening was started with the worship of GOD (Ganesh Vandana Dance) as we believe that blesses of God should be taken before going to start something good. So, after the Ganesh Vandana, the evening started with inspirational speeches from the our CEO Mr. Surajit Mitra and CTO Mr. Chetan Naik. In his speech, our CEO spoke about how he and our CTO started CDN Solutions Group with the thought of quality and innovative development in IT. How he got their first big international project and how they successfully delivered that. Apart from this, he also inspire us by sharing his life lessons in which he gave us knowledge of how to motivate our-self in pressure and always make goals for yourself both personal and professional because after achieving it, you will feel always motivated and confident.

So after their speeches, next in queue were sizzling dance performances on Bollywood and Hollywood songs, social, drama and comedy skits, singing performances, musical instrument played from CDNites that set the stage on fire. Finally, after a power-packed night of the dance, skit, music & excellent food, the party was ended. It was an incredibly awesome experience for everyone being a part of the grand event. So here you can watch some glimpse of that evening.

Here you can watch some glimpse

How Information Technology has Reformed Agriculture

Thursday, May 25th, 2017

We are in mid of 2017 and many new technologies and trends are introduced in this year and is still counting. We are a technology lover and crazy talking about information technology. So here we will share our views on how information technology has transformed Agriculture sector. While some people might think that IT is only connected with powerful modern gadgets, Agriculture sector has not remain untouched. Today IT plays a vital role for decision making in Agriculture.

Along with improving the efficiency of farmer’s productivity in agriculture and various activities; the contribution of IT in improving life of farmers by providing timely data for decision making, is remarkable. We all know that agriculture is an important and crucial sector hence its proper functioning is vital for human survival. So lets have a look at some of applications of IT in agriculture :

  • Wireless technologies: There are many applications used in agriculture but the main use of this technology is “Closed circuit television camera system”. Farmers can use this technology according to them.
  • Global Positioning System: Global positioning system provides benefits in Map Making, Geo fencing, surveying etc.
  • Automated systems: Automated systems have reduced the cost of production with perfection with less loss and time.
  • Smartphone mobile apps in agriculture: Some of the very big agriculture organisation give apps to the users. This apps provides useful information about farming, free Voice call, live support, Advance seed updating, soil information, how to use, information about latest equipment and many more.

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  • RFID: The main purpose of RFID technology is provide easier identification to use relevant data for example: bearer’s place, name of breeder, origin of livestock, sex, and dates of movement etc.
  • E-learning: E-learning is offered by Government at free of cost any through which one can learn about agriculture and improve quality of outputs. Professional provide tested information about agriculture and farming to the farmers.
  • E-commerce: E-commerce offer the online purchasing of agriculture goods and equipment at different ranges. User can choose the items according to needs.
  • Agricultural resources and services management.
  • Computer-aided manufacturing and design.

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These applications have given new wings to agriculture opening new door of possibilities. The main purpose of IT in agriculture is to expand agriculture, learn new techniques of agriculture, less input to generate more output, latest updates, smart work, maintain quality, increase productivity, zero loss etc..

It is absolutely clear, Information technology and Agricultural are working together and make new possibilities and advancement in farming. In future we can see next level of evolution in agriculture. May be Artificial intelligence and other new technologies get involved in agriculture, just think about it.

A-Z Solutions of What To Do With 500 And 1000 Rupee Notes

Wednesday, November 9th, 2016

PM Narendra Modi finally throws his trump card on the face of black money savers. The 500 and 1,000 rupee notes is now going to be a thing of the past as Government has scrapped these notes to crackdown on exchange of black money. A proposal for new 500, 2000 and 5000 rupee notes has been cleared by the Reserve Bank of India.

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What to do with your 500 and 1000 Rupee notes: –

  • Deposit them at the bank or post office from November 10th to December 30th without any limit..
  • Exchange them from a bank or post office till 24 November. The limit for exchange is Rs. 4000
  • Take your Aadhaar card and PAN Card when you go to exchange notes
  • After December 30, these can be deposited at the Reserve Bank with a declaration till March 30.
  • Tourists can change the notes at airports.

The 500 and 1000 Rupee Notes will be Accepted Till November 11 Midnight at: –

  • Petrol Pumps
  • Railway, Airlines, Government bus stand ticket booking counters
  • Government hospitals
  • Consumer co-operative stores run by state or central government
  • Crematoriums and burial grounds
  • Milk booths authorized by state governments

How NRIs Can Deal with 500 and 1000 Rupee Notes: –

If you are an NRI and have 500 and 1000 Rupee notes, you can get them converted to local currency (US Dollars or UAE Dirhams or whatever) at Airport only till November 11.

There is no restriction of any kind on non-cash payments by cheques, DDs, debit or credit cards and electronic fund transfer. To know more about this, you can approach the control room of RBI by email. You can mail to publicquery@rbi.org.in or call 022 22602201 / 022 22602944.