DIGITAL INDIA

Digital India project was launched by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 1st of July in 2015. It is an effective scheme to transform India for better growth and development of the people and country. Digital India week (from 1st July to 7th July) was inaugurated by the PM on Wednesday in the presence of senior ministerial colleagues and leading companies CEOs. It aims to give India a digital push for good governance and more jobs. The PM of India has tried his best towards digitizing campaign for India in order to bridge the gap between government services and people. Digitization was the need to be implemented in India for bright future and grow more than any other developed country. Following are the benefits of digital India campaign:

  • It makes possible the implementation of digital locker system which in turn reduces paper work by minimizing the usage of physical documents as well as enabling e-sharing through registered repositories.
  • It is an effective online platform which may engage people in governance through various approaches like “Discuss, Do and Disseminate”.
  • It ensures the achievement of various online goals set by the government.
  • It makes possible for people to submit their documents and certificates online anywhere which reduces physical work.
  • Through e-Sign framework citizens may digitally sign their documents online.
  • It may ease the important health care services through e-Hospital system such as online registration, taking doctor appointments, fee payment, online diagnostic tests, blood check-up, etc.
  • It provides benefits to the beneficiaries through National Scholarship Portal by allowing submission of application, verification process, sanction and then disbursal.
  • It is a big platform which facilitates an efficient delivery of government or private services all over the country to its citizens.
  • Bharat Net programe (a high-speed digital highway) will connect almost 250,000 gram panchayats of country.
  • There is a plan of outsourcing policy also to help in the digital India initiative.
  • For better management of online services on mobile such as voice, data, multimedia, etc, BSNL’s Next Generation Network will replace 30-year old telephone exchange.
  • National Centre for Flexible Electronics will help in the promotion of flexible electronics.
  • Large scale deployment of Wi-Fi hotspots has been planned by the BSNL all across the country.
  • There is a Broadband Highways in order to handle all the connectivity related issues.
  • Open access of broadband highways in all the cities, towns and villages will make possible the availability of world-class services on the click of mouse.