Digital India technologies which include cloud computing and mobile applications have imerged as catalysts for rapid economic growth and citizen impowerment across the globe. Digital technologies are being increasingly used by us in everyday lives from retail to government offices. They help us to connect with each other and share informations on issues and concern faced by us. In some cases they also enable resolution of those issues in real time. More
Low cost helthcare is monitoring through mobile phones and innovative packaging. Inclusion of digitally illiterate through voice-based interactive solutions with IVR junctions. Municipal services made easy for reporting of civic infrastructure concerns with the CityZen apps and mobile-enabled police services. More
Impowering more than 5 million youth every year to get free access of software and software tools including digital and livelihood training. The objective of the digital india is to come out with innovative ideas and practical solutions to realise true vision of Digital India. More
Digital India is an initiative of the Government of India to ensure that government services are made available to citizens electronically by improving online infrastructure and by increasing internet connectivity. It was launched on 1 July 2015 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The initiative includes plans to connect rural areas with high-speed internet networks. Digital India has three core components. These include:
1. The creation of digital infrastructure
2. Delivering services digitally
3. Digital literacy
A two-way platform will be created where both the service providers and the consumers stand to benefit. The scheme will be monitored and controlled by the Digital India Advisory group which will be chaired by the Ministry of Communications and IT. It will be an inter-Ministerial initiative where all ministries and departments shall offer their own services to the public Healthcare, Education, Judicial services etc. The Public–private partnership model shall be adopted selectively. In addition, there are plans to restructure the National Informatics Centre. This project is one among the top priority projects of the Modi Administration.