NACOSS 2018 Tech Enterprise Africa conference

The Nigerian Association of Computer Science Students (NACOSS) is a student association as the name implies, present in almost every tertiary institution in Nigeria both private and government-owned institutions.

NACOSS as of April 2012 has grown since from inception to become the largest and most organized student body in the whole of West Africa with over 250,000 registered members present in over 150 local chapters in distinguished institutions of study (universities, polytechnics, colleges of education etc.) spread all over the six (6) geopolitical zones of Nigeria.

The prestigious organisation was inaugurated by the Nigerian computer society (NCS) in the year 1993 with NCS standing as its parent body. The association is fired up with the primary purpose of providing different avenues for students in any IT related field of study where these students can point out and develop solutions for problems found in their locale in a well-organised manner.

Towards the future of advanced technology, NACOSS has organised a conference that will inform you of various innovations that are occurring and how you can be a part of it while having fun. The conference is thoroughly informative with over seven (7) distinguished speakers of many educational groups such as the founder of UPLIFT NIGERIA, a software engineer at InterSwitch group as well as the Hon. Commissioner, the ministry of science and technology for Gombe state.

Registration for the conference covers all of the following conveniences; accommodation, light refreshments, hackathons entry, software exhibition entry, dinner and award night and a host of other comforts for as low as ₦3,500 only.

NACOSS have always organized annual events since its inception titled Tech Enterprise Africa, which has served as a platform for Nigerian youths in the northern region of the country who are intrigued with the world of ICT to examine and test their technical skills and at the end lead to innovations that will help boost the economy of Nigeria.