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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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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

WASHINGTON: India is pursuing bold strategies to achieve the ambitious goal of universal Internet access by 2022, a top Indian-American official has said, highlighting the challenges in building broadband networks in rural areas.

The Indian government is working to improve the online infrastructure and Internet connectivity through the 'Digital India' programme with a vision to transform the country into a digitally-empowered society and knowledge economy.

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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

Personalised ads aren’t just making advertising more effective, they’re also creating profound opportunities for change. As ads come to play a bigger role in our lives, we are beginning to wake up to the idea that we deserve a stake in their success — a reward for giving our attention to watching ads.

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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

So what does digital advertising look like in this new media age? Now that’s a tough one to answer, and there’s a reason for that. As our digital lives get more cluttered and chaotic, advertisers have to make their ads meaningful, varied and deeply personal. Whereas adverts that used to break up a conversation, are now becoming a part of them. In short, the seams between advertising and entertainment are becoming harder to spot.

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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

Advertising has entered a new era. With the golden age of newspaper ads and prime time commercial slots behind us, digital advertising is fast filling in the gaps. In India, digital ad spend is already pegged at over $2 billion, and by 2021, is expected to accelerate by 32%.

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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

India's Digital Revolution. Startup india - Redesigning the future of entrepreneurship
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the ambitious ‘Startup India’ Movement to boost digital entrepreneurship at the grassroots level in India. Leaders from Silicon Valley to Japan participated in this grand event to foster entrepreneurship.

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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

Faster exits to be facilitated for startups. Bankruptcy Bill to be introduced in parliament.
· Increased participation of women in startups.
· Tax exemption on investments above fair market value.
· Core innovation programmes in 500k schools.

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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

A mobile App to be launched to facilitate beginning a startup in one day. The App will have a small application form that can be easily filled for registration.
· Easier patent filing norms in the offing.
· Free patent filing planned. Patent fee reduced by 80 per cent.
· Relaxed norms of public procurement for startups.

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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

Profit from start-ups established after April 1, 2016, to be exempted from Income Tax for three years
· No government inspection for start-ups for three years
· A regime promoting self-certification based compliance, including environmental regulation.
· Startup India Hub to be developed as a single point of contact.

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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

TIE President Ram Reddy, Travis Kalanick Founder of Uber, WeWork’s Founder, Adam Neumann and several technology leaders witnessed the launch of this global movement.

Here are the highlights of the government's plan for startups:

· Credit guarantee scheme worth $1.5 Billion for startups in the next four years.
· Atal Innovation Mission to give impetus to innovation and encourage the talent among people

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Bhawna 11 months 4 weeks ago

Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the ambitious ‘Startup India’ Movement to boost digital entrepreneurship at the grassroots level in India. Leaders from Silicon Valley to Japan participated in this grand event to foster entrepreneurship.

Japanese Telecom Soft Bank’s Founder and Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said that “India’s economy might surpass the US and China to become the world’s largest in the next three decades”.