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DIGITAL INDIA – Redesigning the Future

Start Date: 01-07-2019
End Date: 01-07-2022

DIGITAL INDIA – Redesigning the Future

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DIGITAL INDIA – Redesigning the Future

The Digital India initiative was launched by the Hon’ble PM of India, Shri Narendra Modi on July 1, 2015 with the aim to digitally empower the country and its people, improve infrastructure, introduce a better quality of life and raise India’s stature in the global scenario.

To emphasize upon the core 3 areas of the DIGITAL INDIA programme i.e Digital Infrastructure | Digital Literacy | Digital Delivery of Services, various projects and initiatives have been launched across various states. Some of these include MyGov.in, Digi Locker, e-hospital, National Scholarship Portal (NSP), BharatNet, Wi-Fi Hotspots, Digital Identity (Aadhar Card), Digital Transaction (BHIM App) et al.
Digital India emphasizes on 9 key areas to fulfill the objective of designing India’s “digital” future.

1. Broadband Highways
2. Universal Access to Mobile Connectivity
3. Public Internet Access Programme
4. eGovernance
5. eKranti (Electronic Delivery of Services)
6. Information for All
7. Electronic Manufacturing
8. IT for Jobs
9. Early Harvest Programmes

Digital India is particularly keen to transform the rural and remote sections of our country by introducing high speed internet connectivity, knowledge and skill level and by bridging the gap between government and citizens. In the state of Arunachal Pradesh, the government has dedicatedly tried to bridge the connectivity gap and improve the socio-economic growth by ensuring effective e-governance, digitization of various government services, connecting rural areas with high speed internet connectivity. Some of the important IT initiatives under Digital India in the state include:

• CM Dashboard
• E-Office at Arunachal Pradesh Civil Secretariat
• Arunachal eService under NIC service Plus Platform
• National Scholarship Portal (NSP)
• Free Wi-Fi Hotspot in Akashdeep & Ganga Market, Itanagar, DC Office & Market Area, Kanubari, Longding, DC Office & Market Area, Tawang, ADC Office & Market Area, Dirang, West Kameng.
• e-ILP
• e-HRMS
• e-education
• Digital Locker
• Jeevan Pramaan
• Websites for Government Departments

As technology continues evolving, it also continues to impact numerous aspects of our life. While the digital revolution is one thing that is taking the world by storm, it is the power of connectivity that is making more and more people align towards this shift. From e-governance to e-commerce, digital connectivity is empowering the way we think, feel and act.
MyGov Arunachal Pradesh invites citizens to share their views on how digitization has been transformational in their lives and share suggestions on how to strengthen the DIGITAL ARUNACHAL initiative.

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Alok Sahoo 5 months 2 weeks ago

Internet connectivity in Arunachal should be given more focus.As it is a hilly & forest area, network issue is common. So more focus should be there on it to solve it permanently & give citizen the access to High Speed Internet. Moreover a special dedicated site must be made functional where all citizen centric activities going on in India should be vigilant & people from north east all can give suggestions & participate & can know a lot of things & simultaneously can advice their govt.

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Gagan kaur 7 months 1 week ago

भविष्य हमारा डिजिटल ही है और डिजिटल ही होंगे हमारे सारे काम धीरे धीरे स्वस्थ भी डिजिटल हो रहा है जो मेडिकल साइंस के लिए वरदान बन रहा है आम जन तक वह जानकारी मिल रही है जिस को ढूढने के लिए एक्सपर्ट की जरूरत होती थी आज के डीजी युग मे बैंक हमारे मोबाइल बन गए है और समझदार भी

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Deepak Singhal 9 months 6 days ago

In 2015,the Government of India launched a massive campaign named "Digital India".This was done to make the government services accessible in various parts of the country. The main aim was to improve access to technology to the people of the country. The government worked on improving internet connectivity and made sure that it was easily accessible to the remote and rural parts of the country.Under this initiative, almost all services are made available online such as managing a bank account

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Nasim Kutchi 9 months 1 week ago

This is true that if we want to live in GOOD,BETTER AND EXCELLENT INDIA,than we have to create a digital INDIA, Where every single life will be costly and creativity. when ever we think of new idea? It comes as INDIA.And this is true that our dreams will come true when we all will work together with a positive attitude for the country and country men. we can't make anything unless we tell or work on anything. Digital INDIA saves time, energy, and make secure every thing. Real man works.

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V K TYAGI 10 months 1 day ago

डिजिटल इंडिया भारत के लिए आवश्यक है जो भविष्य के लिए जरूरी है डिजिटल इंडिया से भ्रटाचार काम होता है पैसा का आदान प्रदान आसानी से हो जाता है इससे अधिकांश समस्याओं का समाधान हो जाता है

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Bhawna 10 months 3 weeks ago

The US has begun allocating some of this support by using a reverse auction which harnesses market forces and a diverse array of technologies to maximise the impact and efficiency of this investment, Pai said.

Just this week, FCC authorised USD 167 million in universal service subsidies to connect 60,000 unserved rural homes and businesses in some of the hardest-to-connect corners of the US.

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Bhawna 10 months 3 weeks ago

"To meet these targets, they're pursuing bold strategies such as installing two million public Wi-Fi hotspots in rural areas and redesigning and expanding the Universal Service Obligation Fund," he said.

Pai said despite the good news, millions of Indians and Americans still live in rural areas where there is currently no case for the private sector alone to build broadband networks.

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Bhawna 10 months 3 weeks ago

"I commend Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi and the Indian government for their ambitious goals of universal Internet access by 2022 and fixed broadband access to 50 per cent of households by 2022," Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said at the India Ideas summit of US-India Business Council here on Wednesday.