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Introduction to HUL291 Course E-Governance IITD

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HUL291 : E-Governance, is a course run by IITD's Humanities department.

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  • 1. HUL 291: Electronic Governance 291: P. Vigneswara Ilavarasan g MS 624 | Ph. 1374 | vignesh@hss.iitd.ac.in egov 1
  • 2. Objective • to gain a critical understanding of electronic governance (egov) from a multidisciplinary (egov) perspective • to learn – the historical evolution & theoretical assumptions of the concept – use of ICTs in the public governance systems; • to understand the designing and the evaluation frameworks • to acquire knowledge on the contemporary trends with a specific focus on India egov 2
  • 3. Syllabus (Open for modification!) • Definitions Concepts government & Definitions, Concepts, governance • ICT for Development, Historical evolution • Theoretical assumptions or foundations – transparency, efficiency, empowerment, economic gains, decentralization • Implementation – telecenters, state data centers telecenters, centers, public- public-private partnership, web portals • Critical success factors – Inter governmental relationship, organizational change, stakeholder participation, coordination, e-readiness, social e- networks. • Barriers – legislations, technology, cultural g , gy, factors f • Evaluation – measurement, impact, trends • India specific case stud es d a spec c studies egov 3
  • 4. Teaching • Lecture in all classes • There are no correct answers! • Based on book chapters & articles • Material @ Sharma Photostat, Nalanda • Reading load: 20-40 pages / week 20- week. • Course is NEW to me as well! egov 4
  • 5. Tutorials • 14 assignments (11/12 Nos) 11/ Nos) – 1, 2, & 3 marks – Converted for 15 marks – Inadequate work; Done during class q g • To be announced in the lecture class – Multimedia, field visits, write ups, library visits, work, group discussions work • Strict deadlines • May be modified ~ class strength egov 5
  • 6. Evaluation • Minor I & II – 40% 40% • Major j - 35% 35% • Tutorial Assai - 20 % • Participation – Class - 5% • Above 80% ---- 80% A • B l Below 30% ---- 30% F • In between ---- Relative grading • No mercy passing!! • Audit pass – 35% 35% egov 6
  • 7. Minor & Major Tests • Semi-open book Semi- – Two pages, A4 sheet size, & pages A4 size handwritten ONLY. – Should not be shared in the exam hall • Number of questions - Vary • D ’t write your NAME on answer Don’t it scripts & on any written submissions • Marks for answers k f – Importance to reading material egov 7
  • 8. Attendance • 5 marks for lecture class • At instructor’s discretion instructor s discretion. • No attendance after 0810 Hrs • Free attendance if I am d l d + F tt d delayed compensatory class. • Att d Attendance will b shared with th D ill be h d ith the Dean / UG section, if asked. egov 8
  • 9. Class Management • Friendly, yet di i li d F i dl t disciplined • Discipline in Class (late coming, sleeping, SMSs, others’ assignments, Newspapers) assignments • Overcome language problems • Slides – for the class instruction • Reading material – more efforts from your side • Online group – Syllabus; Soft reading material; & references – Communication to the class – Identity protected (Anonymity) • http://groups.google.co.in/group/ egov_iitd egov 9
  • 10. Thesis Option • 20 marks • Replacement for any component worth 20 marks • Empirical research & Small report p p • Will be guided • Deadline: 5 days after knowing Minor I marks. marks. • Space for own learning p g egov 10
  • 11. Bonus Marks • Beyond 100% 100% • Examine what is taught in the class & present to others (5-1 marks) t t th (5 15 k ) • Will be announced in the class egov 11
  • 12. Meeting / Consultation • Most preferred mode of p communication – Email vignesh@hss.iitd.ac.in; vignesh@hss iitd ac in; evignesh@gmail.com • Will be responded within 24 hours • Email E il me f a meeting! for ti ! egov 12
  • 13. Clarifications? Comments? Questions? Q ti ? egov 13
  • 14. • Th k you! Thank ! egov 14