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Digital India Programme 2015 Digitally Empowered Nation

Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya Scheme
Mukesh Jindal
Written by Mukesh Jindal

Digital India Programme2015 Digitally Empowered Nation – There is a program for which the government has set a budget of 133 million crores. Under this program, the goal of connecting six lakh villages, including 2.5 lakh Panchayats with broadband, is to achieve this target by the government’s plan till 2017. So far, 55 thousand Panchayats have been added under this scheme.
Digital India Programme 2015 Digitally Empowered Nation

A budget of Rs. 70 thousand crores are proposed for connecting these panchayats with broadband. With this, it is also aiming to create 1.7 lakh IT professionals. For this, the Central Government has started an electronic skill development scheme which is helpful in connecting people directly to the government. However, the options are specified in this case and that is the reason that the options are also wider. This scheme plays a very important part in the whole process of digital education where the individuals are perfectly aware of the processes going on.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants Indian farmers to get benefit from the IT sector. The comparative study of world prices of agricultural production, soil specifications, and sale prices, these three should be combined together. If we have details of sown seed, then we can detect the nature of production. They believe that now there is a need to technically upgrade government employees in India. To increase every record it has become necessary to place every detail in the database in order to improve performance, safety, maintenance.

Digital India Programme 2015


  • All schools should have central servers, which will be connected to the Central Cloud, complete with all types of e-training material (both for teachers and students). All students above class 6 should be given tablets, such as Sky. But these tablets worth around Rs 3000 should be of good quality which they can easily connect to their school server. All e-content should be in regional language and English language. 100 percent subsidy should be given only to those people who are totally unable to do this. Using digitization, the digitization of services is critical in bringing transparency, responsibility, and quick changes. To tell people about its importance and its widespread use will ensure private sector involvement, such as the introduction of a passport process by TCS.
  • RFID means that radio frequency identification is a technique similar to barcode recognition. It can be integrated with small electronic chips and is used in individual phones for identification of a single user, in transactions made by him, purchases, travel, travel, hotels and restaurants, bill, electricity, water, gas Bills related to bus, train, airplane, yachting etc. are payable in one place.
  • Free WiFi should be activated throughout India for better communication, sharing information and digitization of our country.
  • E-service centers should be set up in village Dakak so that all government services can be made available to the people at one place. When we connect the services benefited by electronic means to as many people as possible, naturally people will be attracted towards it. After reaching a certain level, some services will be available only in electronic medium. Kerala’s ‘Akshay Kendra’ model has been extremely successful in providing a large number of services at all places. People can go there and apply for services, which are processed electronically and will be made available within a certain time. No bribe, no worry.

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  • Connecting the systematic system to the digital platform and connecting it with the Police Department, CBI, Forensics etc. to avoid the unwanted and complex process.
  • E-Voting gives students the right to vote. Going abroad, students who are not studying cannot vote due to the distance at the time of the election. Even many students could not vote in this election. A separate website should be started for e-voting. If a student requests for online voting with their correct documents, then a password should be sent so that it can be e-voting.
  • The Government has already taken a right step in the form of ‘Indian Citizen Identification Card’ (ICIC) project. In this central database, all information related to all citizens, such as birth date certificate, educational certificate, voter identity card, ration card, driving license, PAN, passport, gas, electricity, telephone consumer ID, bank account number, Biometrics, insurance, vehicle registration, etc. All citizens should be given a single digital ICIC or a number. People should remember this number. That card or number must be made compulsory for all types of needs, whether the children are enrolled in school, at the time of hospitalization, traffic checkpoints, the time taken insurance, rail-air tickets, buying color TVs.
  • All government or private bodies will have to verify the ICIC number through an easy mobile application (application) in which the details of the citizens can be seen when applying for the ICIC Number in the application. This application (application) could also work with thumb impressions. (This is possible through technique). This will not only help citizens but also help in reducing corruption. The ambitious project that Prime Minister has set up to operate these works smoothly, is known as Digital India.

It is a program to create a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy (knowledge-based economy). It was started during the Prime Minister’s meeting on 7th August 2014 and this program will be implemented in a phased manner from 2014 to 2018. The Digital India program is of transformational nature, which will ensure that public services are available electronically to the citizens.

Contact Details:

Webmaster, Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology. The government of India Electronics Niketan, 6, CGO Complex, Lodhi Road, New Delhi: 110003.

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Conclusion :

In the 21st Century, India will endeavor to fulfill the aspirations of its citizens, where the government and its services are available at the doors of the citizens and contribute towards the long-term positive impact. The aim of the Digital India program is to use the ability of IT to transform India into a digitally powerful society and knowledge economy. With a better objective and better process, this scheme is something that can be availed by the people living in the remotest parts of India. Such well organized in the quality of it.

About the author

Mukesh Jindal

Mukesh Jindal

My name is Mukesh Jindal, and I am from New Delhi, India. I am an engineer by profession. I am employed by an IT company in which I work. My topics of interest include technology, mobile, and apps.

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