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1 INVITATION TO World Electronic Forum India 2008 1-5 December, 2008 New Delhi, Republic of India

2 The World Electronics Forum (WEF) is a voluntary gathering of CEOs and Directors of electronics industry associations worldwide. Founded in 1995, WEF meets annually to discuss major topics of common interest to the various associations, exchange information on services and data and strengthen relations between associations for the benefit and service of our industries The 14th Annual World Electronics Forum (WEF) will be held in New Delhi, Republic of India from December 1-5, 2008. The host association for the 2008 WEF is The Council of Electronic Hardware Associations (CEHA). CEHA or Council of Electronic Hardware Associations is a voluntary body formed by the top five all India Electronic Hardware Associations. The Convenorship of CEHA rotates between the five constituents. At present TEMA is the Convening body for CEHA with Mr NK Goyal, its Chairman Emeritus being the Convener for CEHA.

3 Conference Theme Sustainable Development through Green and Energy Efficient Technology

4 About New Delhi Dilli Hai Dilwalon Ki “Delhi belongs to people with Big Heart”

5 New Delhi New Delhi, the capital and the third largest city of India is a fusion of the ancient and the modern. Standing along the West End of Gangetic Plain, the capital City, Delhi, unwinds a picture rich with culture, architecture and human diversity, deep in history, monuments, museums, galleries, gardens and exotic shows. Comprising of two contrasting yet harmonious parts, the Old Delhi and New Delhi, the city is a travel hub of Northern India. It generates a mesmerizing charm reflecting well-composed and spacious streets under the shade of beautifully lined avenues of trees and tall and imposing Government buildings. New Delhi has expanded and now encompasses residential and commercial development to the west and south, plus the satellite towns of Noida, Gurgaon and Faridabad. There is an amazing range of activity from cultural walks, talks, theatre productions and art exhibitions to films by Indian and foreign Directors.

6 New Delhi Area : 1483 sq. Kms Altitude : 239 m above sea level Population : 1,3782976 (2001 census) Males : 51.21 million Females : 42.49 million Literacy rate : 81.82% Density : 9294 persons per sq. Km. Languages : Hindi, English, Urdu and Punjabi Winter : December – February Maximum Temperature : 20 Degree Celsius in December Minimum Temperature : 08 Degree Celsius in December Best time to Visit : October to March

7 Hotel (Option I) Intercontinental Eros

8 Hotel (Option II) Hotel Samrat

9 Venue Hotel –Intercontinental Eros Nehru Place Hotel is a 5 Star Hotel and is 21Km from the International & Domestic Airport, 8km from down town. –Hotel Samrat is also a 5 Star Hotel and is 15Km from the International & Domestic Airport, 9KM from Down Town Check-in/Out (Guest arriving before 1 st and leaving after 5 th – please inform us) –Check in : 1st December 2008 –Check out : 5th December 2008 Option I - Hotel Intercontinental Eros : Superior Room –Single/Double Occupancy –INR 14,500 plus taxes @ 12.5%+0.625% Option II - Hotel Samrat : Deluxe Room –Single/Double Occupancy –INR 9,500 plus taxes @ 15% Facilities –Complimentary buffet breakfast –Fruit Basket, Munchies, Gift Hampers etc in room (Courtesy CMAI) –Unlimited Bottled Water (Courtesy CMAI) Last Cut off date for Room Reservation is 10 th August, 2008

10 Conference Seating U Shape Seating for Delegates

11 Conference Venue  India Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, New Delhi  2 nd December 2008 – Amaltas  3 rd December 2008 – Amaltas  Distance from Hotel – 25 Minutes (Option I) 10 Minutes (Option II)  Facilities include  Tea/Cofee/Snacks/Lunch (Veg/Non-Veg) [No Beef/Pork]  Laptop Charging Facility  OHP/Screen  Wireless Microphone/Collar Mike  Theater type Seating for Inauguration & U Shape for Conference

12 Program for Delegates DayDateWEF Program Monday1st DecArrival of Delegates to New Delhi.  Welcome Dinner (Spouse to Join) Tuesday2 nd Dec10.00-11.00 AM Inaugural Meeting ( Welcome/Keynote Speech) 11.00-11.30 AM Coffee/Tea Break 11.30 AM- 1.00 PM Session I: Green IT & Sustainable Environmental Presentation by Mr. Miyagi 1.00-2.00 PM Lunch Break 2.00-5.00 PM Session II: Trends & Issues of Interest, Services/Best Practices of Assn. Presentation on IPV.6 from Australia 8.00 -10.00 PM Industry meet and Dinner (Spouse to Join)

13 Program for Delegates… Wednesday3rd Dec9.00-11.00 AM  Indian Presentations 11.00-11.30 AM  Coffee/Tea break & Group Picture 11.30-1.00 PM  Meeting & Presentations …continued 1.00-2.00 PM  Lunch & WEF Secretariat Businesses 2.00 – 4.00 PM  Visit to Indian Electronic Market 8.00 PM  Farewell Dinner (Spouse to Join) Thursday4 th DecVisit Taj Mahal at Agra Friday5 th Dec9.00 AM  Check-out & leave luggage in hotel and Free Time  Departure

14 Program for Spouse 1 st December 2008 : Dinner for all guest who have arrived 2 nd December 2008 10:30 Hrs -Leave Hotel 11:00-13:00 Hrs - Yoga/Meditation Program (Courtesy CMAI) 13:00-14:00 Hrs -Indian Traditional Lunch 15:00-18:00 Hrs-Visit to Heritage Site/Tourist Place, Delhi Haat 18:30 Hrs -Back to Hotel 19:00 Hrs Onward-Networking Industry Meet and Dinner (with Spouse) 3 rd December, 2008 10:30-13:00Hrs-Cookery Classes (Courtesy CMAI) 13:00-14:00 Hrs-Lunch 14:00-17:30 Hrs-Visit to State Emporia for Shopping 18:00 Hrs-Back to Hotel 19:30 Hrs onwards-Farewell Dinner in typical Indian Village scenario (with spouse) 4th December 2008 07:15 Hrs-Leave hotel for Agra with spouse after early breakfast 11:30 Hrs-Arrive at Agra 11:30-13:30 Hrs-Visit Taj 13:30-14:30 Hrs-Lunch (with Spouse) 14:30-17:00 Hrs-Local Shopping 17:00 Hrs-Start to Delhi 20:00 Hrs-Dinner at Highway (with Spouse) 22:30 Hrs-Back to Hotel 5 th December, 2008 Check-out and free time

15 Arrangements envisaged Air-port Pick-up and Drop, In-house Help Mr. Pankaj Narayan, (GSM: 93 137 76486) will be at the Airport to receive and arrange transportation and coordinating welcome of each delegates and onward transportation to Hotel. (Courtesy – CMAI) Mr. Rajeev Nayan Jha (GSM: 98 119 96411) will be at Hotel Reception to coordinate and receive and guide the guest for easy check-in. Hotel will do traditional Indian Welcome to all guest and a separate Desk for documentation at the Hotel Lobby. Mr. Jha will also be coordinating activities and movements of Spouse for local transportation/shopping etc (Courtesy – CMAI) Mr. Deepak (GSM: 99 996 66058) will be available as a in-house hand support for getting any essential supplies for the guests like additional special toiletries, cosmetics, eatables, munchies, water, napkins, flowers, souvenirs etc (Courtesy – CMAI)

16 Arrangements envisaged…. Doctor/Hospital/Emergency Dr. Ashok Gupta MBBS, MS (GSM: 98 100 81185) and Dr. Anita Gupta MBBS, MS (Gynecologist GSM: 98 110 96 139) will be Doctor on call. (Courtesy – CMAI) GM Modi Hospital Saket, New Delhi would be the referral hospital for any emergency. Dr. Ashok Gupta will be the contact person.

17 Arrangements envisaged…. Well-being/Holistic/Recreation services Mr. Acharya B Sharma, Pradhanachrya, Organization for Excellence in Yoga and Rikki at 98 682 18160 ( of which President is Mr. NK Goyal) will be available for free consultation and tutorial lessons and practical on Yoga, meditation, Reiki, Acupressure, Pranic Healing. It is proposed to organize a capsule program by Mr. Sharma for Spouses on 3 rd December. Others by appointment in Hotel Premises. (Courtesy CMAI) In case, delegate wish specific treatment for chronic illness then Acharya Sharma can be contacted in the month of November for fixing up one to one meeting on chargeable basis. Ms. Sarbani to coordinate this activity

18 Arrangements envisaged…. Mrs. Anjali Verma (GSM: 99 999 48533), food specialist will give practical training for Indian food (1 starter, 1 drink, 2 main course, 2 dessert) at designated premises for which separate arrangements would be made. Cost to be shared by all participants. Ms. Sarbani to coordinate and confirm participants for this activity. Complimentary transportation would be arranged. Paid Traditional Indian Ayurvedic Massage (Kerala Massage) can also be arranged to destress and general well being. Mr. Mehul Bhandari to coordinate and confirm participants for this activity. Complimentary Joy Rides/Amusement Park, Zoo, Boat Ride, Rail/Aircraft Museum for Children can be arranged. Complimentary transportation/light snacks will be provided. Ms. Sarbani to coordinate and confirm participants for this activity.

19 Arrangements envisaged…. With compliments Traditional Mehandi decoration on Palm during visit to Dilli Haat on 5th December, 2008. (Courtesy CMAI) To unwind, hit the happening bar/disco contact (couple entry). Mr. Mehul Bhandari to coordinate and confirm participants for this activity. All the visitors will be welcomed by Traditional Indian Ponnadai (Kind of big traditional colourful big scarf around, which can be used later by spouses) Traditional Indian Bindi/Bangles will be provided to the spouse with our compliments. (Courtesy CMAI) On 5th December, 2008 evening, arrangement will also be made for Spiritual blessings from an Indian Religious Guru Temple, wherein visitors can offer garland to the deity and fruits/food to the less privileged/handicap. Complimentary transportation would be provided. Shri D P Nair to coordinate and confirm participants Facilitation for visits to Church, Bahai Temple, Indian Temple etc would be provided. Mr. Mehul to coordinate and confirm this activity. Escorted Early Morning Walk facility will be available for 3rd, 4th and 5th December from 5.45 to 6.30 am (Courtesy CMAI)

20 General TIPS as a Tourist Always change Foreign Currency at Hotel, designated Banks. Delegate can take help of Mr. Rajiv Jha (GSM: 98 119 96411). Do not hand over Foreign Currency to any body. Do not get lured to 5 or 7 star massage advertisements in News Papers. They are mostly cheats and illegal too. TIPS generally range between 5% to 10% depending up on the service. No tip expected by Tax Driver, Fast Food Counters. Generally tip to Bell Boy in Hotel (Rs.10-20), Restaurant Tip (Rs. 50- 100). No tip expected at Hotel Check out cashier level generally. Do not tip without seeking advice as some services may include tips Bring proper winter clothing's and a good pair of sport shoes Carry enough energy bar/water, sun glasses, cap Pork/Beef not served during any Lunch or Dinner

21 Taj Mahal Symbol of Eternal Love Enjoy a tour of the Taj Mahal, an enchanting monument to love, built by the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan for his beloved wife Mumtaz Mahal after her death in 1631. The tomb, made of white marble and situated on the banks of the Yamuna River, is an unforgettable sight. Taj Mahal is situated 203KM from Delhi reachable by a Five Hours Road Journey. Taj is of the Seven Wonders of the World

22 Contact Mr. NK Goyal, Chairman Organizing Committee Chairman Emeritus TEMA President CMAI; +91 98 111 29879 For any urgent or priority Message. SMS/Email/Voice Phone – All Welcome 24x7x365. Mr. Anthony C. Chica CEA – WEF Secretariat, Mr. DP Nair, Additional Director TEMA, & Project Officer WEF @ CEHA +91 98 733 73459 Ms Sarbani Dasgupta, Senior Manager (Finance) Logistics/Hotel/Travel/Leisure/All the requirement for Spouse + 91 98 189 33121 Mr. Mehul Bhandari, Manager (Business Development) Agenda/Documentation/AV + 91 99 580 11150 Copies of all communications to be sent also to Mr. N K Goyal for better coordination

23 Atithi Devo Bhava : “Guest is God” Welcome to Incredible India! Thank You

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