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It is the basic concept of the digital india.. its all about what the digital india is.. about its 9 pillars its challenges its impact and its methadology..

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  1. 1. DIGITAL INDIA  The Digital India program is a flagship program of the Government of India with a vision to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.  It aims at ensuring the government services are made available to citizens electronically by reducing paperwork.  It also includes plan to connect rural areas with high-speed internet networks.  The Electronics and IT department will be the implementing agency.  The programme will be implemented in phases from 2014 till 2018.
  2. 2. VISION
  3. 3. VISION 1. Infrastructure as Utility to Every Citizen  High speed internet shall be made available in all villages.  Digital identity- unique, lifelong, online and authenticable.  Mobile phone and Bank account enabling participation in digital & financial space.  Easy access to common service centre within their locality.  Shareable private space on a public cloud.  Safe and secure cyber space.
  4. 4. VISION 2:Governance & Services on Demand  Seamlessly integrated services across departments or jurisdictions  Availability of services in real time from online & mobile platforms  All citizen entitlements to be portable and available on the cloud  Digitally transformed services for improving ease of doing business  Making financial transactions electronic & cashless  Leveraging Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) for decision support systems & development
  5. 5. VISION 3:Digital Empowerment of Citizens • Universal digital literacy • Universally accessible digital resources • Availability of digital resources / services in Indian languages • Collaborative digital platforms for participative governance • Citizens not required to physically submit Govt. documents / certificates
  6. 6. Nine Pillars of Digital India 1. Broadband Highways 2. Universal Access to Phones 3. Public Internet Access Programme 4. E-Governance – Reforming government through Technology 5. eKranti – Electronic delivery of services 6. Information for All ElectronicsManufacturing 7. Electronics Manufacturing – Target NET ZERO Imports 8. IT for Jobs 9. Early Harvest Programmes
  7. 7. Pillar 1. Broadband Highways 1 YR : 50,000 G.P 2 YR : 1,00,000 G.P 3 YR : 1,00,000 G.P Changes in Rules to facilitate. Integration of SWAN, NKN, NOFN. To be implemented in 2 years
  8. 8. Pillar 2. Universal Access to Mobile connectivity • Coverage: 55,619 villages not having mobile coverage • Timeline: FY 2014-18 • Cost: Rs 16,000 Cr • Nodal Dept: DoT Universal Access to mobile connectivity Ongoing Programme Increased network penetration & coverage of gaps Providing coverage in phase manner Special focus on north east states.
  9. 9. Pillar 3. Public Internet Access Programme – National Rural Internet Mission •Coverage: 2,50,000 villages (now 1,35,000) (1 CSC in each gram panchayat) •Timeline: 3 Years - March 2017 •Cost: Rs 4750 Cr •Nodal Agency: DeitY CSCs – made viable, multi- functional end- points for service delivery •Coverage: 1,50,000 Post Offices •Timeline: 2 Years •Nodal Agency: D/o Posts Post Offices to become Multi-Service Centres Ongoing Programme Reach of Govt. services to all GPs This should be long term vision for POs
  10. 10. Pillar 4. e-Governance: Reforming Government through Technology  E-GOVERNANCE  refer to the governing of a Country/State using ICT.  therefore means the application of ICT to transform the efficiency, effectiveness, transparency and accountability of exchange of information and transaction. • this exchange of information and transaction is mainly : 1. between Governments, 2. between Government agencies, 3. between Government and Citizens 4. between Government and businesses  aims to empower people through giving them access to information.
  11. 11. Pillar 4. e-Governance: Reforming Government through Technology  Using I.T. in Government Process Re-engineering makes it simplified and efficient  for transformation of effective delivery of government services across various domains.  Needs to be Implemented by all Ministries/ Departments.  Guideline principles are : • Form simplification and field reduction • Online applications and tracking • Online repositories - e.g. for certificates, educational degrees, identity documents, etc. • Integration of services and platforms .
  12. 12. Pillar 5. eKranti - Electronic Delivery of Services  Technology for Education – e-Education  Technology for Health – e-Healthcare  Technology for Planning  Technology for Security  Technology for Farmers  Technology for Security  Technology for Financial Inclusion  Technology for Justice Ongoing Programme (NeGP) – will be revamped to cover these elements
  13. 13. Pillar 5. eKranti - Electronic Delivery of Services • There are 44 Mission Mode Projects under e-Kranti, which are at various stages of implementation with the vision of “Transforming e-Governance for Transforming Governance”.
  14. 14. Pillar 6. Information for All  Online messaging  Open data platform and online hosting of data and documents  Government shall pro-actively engage through social media
  15. 15. Pillar 7. Electronics Manufacturing Target NET ZERO IMPORTS by 2020  Target NET ZERO import by 2020  This goal requires coordinated action on many fronts a. Taxation, incentives b. Economies of scale, eliminate cost disadvantages c. Incubators, clusters d. Skill development e. Government procurement f. Focus areas – Big Ticket Item :- Set top boxes, VSATs(Very Small Aperture Terminal), Mobiles, Consumer & Medical Electronics, Smart Energy meters, Smart cards, micro-ATMs.  Existing structures are inadequate to handle this goal and need strengthening
  16. 16. Pillar 8. IT for Jobs  1 Cr students from smaller towns & villages will be trained for IT sector jobs over 5 years ( by DeitY)  BPOs would be set up in every north-eastern state to facilitate ICT enabled growth in these states ( by DeitY)  3 lakh service delivery agents would be trained as part of skill development to run viable businesses delivering IT services( by DeitY)  5 lakh rural workforce would be trained by the Telecom Service Providers (TSPs) to cater to their own needs ( by DOT)
  17. 17. Pillar 9. Early Harvest Programmes  Biometric attendance  Wi-Fi in All Universities  Secure Email within Government  School Books to be eBooks  SMS based weather information, disaster alerts  National Portal for Lost & Found children  Public Wi-fi hotspots
  18. 18. Institutional Mechanisms at National Level
  19. 19. Composition of Monitoring Committee on Digital India  Prime Minister – Chairman  Finance Minister  Minister of Communications & IT  Minister of RD  Minister of HRD  Minister of Health
  20. 20. ESTIMATED COST - Costs of Digital India Rs 1 Lac Cr. in ongoing schemes.  Rs 13 Cr. for new schemes & activities. Rs 4.5 Lac Cr is total investment promised by Private Sector. Estimated cost is Equivalent to ¼ of the National Budget 76% 4% 1% 19% National Budget Invested on other Scheme Invested By Govt. Invested On New Scheme Invested By Private Sector
  21. 21. ECONOMICAL IMPACT… As we have seen total investment is equivalent to quarter of country’s Budget. Huge amount and purposes pledged by Govt. of India and Private Sector(list of some of the industries) are as follows :-
  23. 23. CHANGES  e-SIGN Framework  National Scholarship Portal  e-Hospital  Digitize India Platform  Bharat Net  Wi-fi Hotspots  Next Generation Network  Centre of Excellence on Internet of Things (IoT)  Digi Locker
  24. 24. INTIATIVES AND IMPLIMENTATIONS  Digital Locker  Digital Life Certificates  Digital Boost to MGNREGA  Twitter Samvad  Madad (Help)  Cyclone Warning System  Online Facility for File Single Return  Online facility to Issue PAN Card in 48 hours  eMoney  PRAGATI IN CHANDIGARH:  VAT for businesses through e- registration,  Local excise and taxation department forms online soon.  E-stamps in place, physical stamp papers to go soon.  Administration plans phased rollout of 60 public services under eDistrict  Mission Mode Project, 16 to go online soon  PUNJAB  Department of Governance Reforms created in 2012 to work on  e-governance.  Power bills can be paid online at the PSPCL website.  Corporations in bigger cities have started some online gateways.
  25. 25. Approach and Methodology for Digital India Programme are:  Ministries / Departments / States would fully leverage the Common and Support ICT Infrastructure established by GoI. The existing/ ongoing e-Governance initiatives would be suitably revamped to align them with the principles of Digital India. e-Governance would be promoted through a centralized initiative to the extent necessary, to ensure citizen centric service orientation, interoperability of various e-Governance applications Successes would be identified and their replication promoted proactively with the required productization and customization wherever needed. Public Private Partnerships would be preferred wherever feasible to implement e-Governance projects with adequate management and strategic control. Adoption of Unique ID would be promoted to facilitate identification, authentication and delivery of benefits. Restructuring of NIC would be undertaken to strengthen the IT support to all government departments at Centre and State levels. The positions of Chief Information Officers (CIO) would be created in at least 10 key Ministries
  26. 26. References • ment.pdf • watch/egovwatch-budget-2015-focuses-on-digital- india-programme/9879/ • divide-pros-and-cons-of-modi-s-latest-big-initiative- 1435856952.html • • pillars • Ref. PIB Press Release dated 20 Aug 2014