Digital India has been launched to transform the country and make it a digitally empowered and knowledgeable country. This ensures to provide help online every government services would provide electronically.
The main pillars for digital India are broadband highways, E-governance, access to mobile phones, open internet services, delivery of services, information for all, jobs for people connecting people digitally will help a lot these pillars are essential now providing mobile services to everyone will help people out there to be connected from poor’s to middle class to rich the access to mobiles are important.
Internet services are important as over a while the use of the internet surely has hype and to be digitally strong the internet should be accessed by all. Government services digitally have helped a lot much police over a while have surely given a chance.
Key Projects of Digital India program:
- Digital Locker System which aims to minimize the usage of physical documents and enable sharing of e-documents across the offices. The sharing of the e-documents will be done through registered portals ensuring the authenticity of the documents online.
- MyGov.in has been implemented as a platform for citizen engagement in governance, through a “Discuss”, “Do” and “Disseminate” approach.
- Swachh Bharat Mission Mobile app would be used by people and Government organizations for achieving the goals of Swachh Bharat Mission.
- eSign framework would allow people to digitally sign their document online using Aadhaar authentication or any other mandatory authentication
- The Online Registration System under the eHospital application has been introduced. This provides services such as online registration, payment of fees and appointment, online diagnostic reports and much more.
sectors such as education, healthcare, and banking which are unable to reach out to the people due to obstructions and limitations such as middleman, illiteracy, poverty, lack of information and many more. These have led to an imbalanced growth in the rural and urban areas with the marked difference in the economic sector. The use of mobile devices is highly useful as it will be a passage to public service delivery. The poor literacy rate in India is due to the unavailability of physical infrastructure in rural and remote areas. This is where m-Education services can play an important role by reaching remote masses. This will help to connect the masses and will surely help in further development.