How to have a web conference in a city where you can’t afford it?
The Hyderabad City Council is considering a proposal for a new web video conferencing service, to be run by the Hyderabad Web Conference Council.
The service would be offered through an online conference application.
The council, in a bid to increase the attendance at its monthly conference, has started its own Web Conference portal for its citizens to attend.
There is also a portal where citizens can find the nearest location for a web event.
In order to make the conference more affordable, the council has suggested that web conferences be hosted on an on-demand basis.
This, the Hyderabadi Times reported, will enable the council to raise funds to pay for the hosting costs.
The meeting of the council on Monday had decided to start the process of setting up a web-based conference service.
The move has attracted the attention of the Hyderabi IT, Media, Entertainment and Culture Ministry.
The ministry has directed the council members to submit a proposal to the departmental management for setting up an online platform for conference registration and hosting.
“The ministry is keen to promote the city’s reputation as a hub for technology and innovation.
We are currently working with local media, IT, software and communication companies to set up the platform.
The portal is expected to be operational by October,” a departmental spokesperson told The Hindu.
“We have also invited various stakeholders to participate in the creation of the portal,” the spokesperson added.
A few weeks back, the government announced a plan to set an online portal for web conferences, which would provide information about the location of conferences, and how to register for one.
However, the portal has not yet been operational.
A video conference is a web meeting of two or more people, where the speakers discuss a given topic.
There are no limits on the number of people present.
The website for web conference registration, which was launched by the government on October 5, said, “Registration for web event registration is free.
The registration fee is Rs. 25, for which the online portal is the portal.”
The council has asked for a fee of Rs. 5,000 for web registration and Rs. 1,000,000 to host web conference.
It is not clear if the council plans to offer a discount for the participants.
The site for the web conference also lists the conference venue and dates of the event.
The government had announced that the government is looking into the feasibility of using web conferences for the government’s business purpose.
The official website of the government has stated that, “The government has been looking at ways of increasing the availability of government-to-government digital services.
For this purpose, it has sought a web conferenced conference.
This will provide more opportunities for the public to interact with government officials and the Government through video conferences.”