Sunday, 29 March 2015

A Step Closer To The Future! - Digital India

Note: All the charts/statistical representation, characterization and graphs are my original products.
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As we take a step towards a better future, one which is reliable, faster and much more convenient, we take a look at how it would help us, how it has grown over the years, and the different fields where the digital advancements can be carried out. Having said that, let us begin with a basic question of all: What is E-governance?

To jump onto the description of E-governance, I’ll first, brief you with the term governance.
Governance can be short-scripted by saying that it is a compound mixture of how government works, or how it shares a large amount of information, or how the projects and their services come into their delivery status.

More precisely, governance can be inducted by three points:-

  • The way government works.
  • Sharing of Information
  • Conclusions of services.
The Structure Of Governance.




Jumping from there, we look for a change. We look for faster methods of communication, sharing information or making government’s work more efficient, faster and convenient for all the service users. Thus, there comes one of the revolution which would mark the beginning of a Digital India. A much more reliable way to introduce India to the world of technology, so that in a sphere of translating the world, E-governance plays a major role.

Some of the points where E-governance proves to be a vital tool

Features of E-governance
PixelatedCam - Digital India (Intel)

  1. It’s faster. In today’s changing times where the world is developing into a modernized scheme of digital data, and technologies completing a particular work in mere time, it becomes inevitable to hold back this system in the orthodox style of management.
  2. It’s reliable. With a new dimension of security and analysis, there is a cloud of data hovering in the sphere of networking. Thus, with an approach of faster work methods, and secure work methods – E-governance sounds most reliable.
  3. It’s convenient – The technology which has been made compact over the years, makes just everything about it convenient.





Features of E-governance & step closer to Digital India!


With an ever increasing amount of Internet users in India, and vastly increasing industries of networking – It becomes inevitable to sail on these lines. The statistical calculation shows a humongous growth in last 5 years.
Let’s have a look!

PixelatedCam for Digital India (Intel).


The trend line relating to the Internet Users seems to be rising every year while there is a constant growth of new users per year. The graph specifically denotes the internet growth for India.


The reflection from this statistical data clearly depicts the power of Internet in a developing India. 


The Difference Of Being Digital India!

Now there comes a simple and a straight-forward question in our minds: What difference does the E-governance makes?

Here is a pictorial representation that I have made specifically for this purpose!


To elaborate more about these certain aspects:


  • Transparency plays one of the major roles in transforming the sector into a fluid mechanic of making work done. The issue of assurance allows people to put forth their steps without further obstacles of having any hindrance with the rise of new technology.
  • Coming off late, in a country where population and resources are inversely proportional to each other, cost efficiency is one of the most looked after aspect in recent times. With such resources and implementation of them, the Digital India campaign marks one of the brighter spots in today's time.
  • Any misinterpretation of data, or the handling of it becomes Government's area of interest and answer. Thus, the transparency ultimately plays a huge role in developing and honest field of work.

Strategies for Implementation!

To develop something bigger, there has to be a plan equally strong and emphasizing. 

One of the leading strategies to implement in the IT sector is having people who can deliver on to the technology. The fundamental behind this is - India has a reservoir of people who are amazing in IT field, but somewhere lacking their presence in government sector.

Looking at the number of IT graduates per year, and the advancements in the same sector - We can efficiently pick a large number of those in the field stipulated in working towards Digital India. The appointment of more talented people, and in a more larger number, will greatly affect the working of infrastructures.

Talking about infrastructures, it also forms one of the major keys in building a network capable of transferring and linking of data with their categorical fields.
The documentation with this process is then greatly boosted, and transparency comes into play.

Infrastructures mainly requires Government to make deepening laws on this emerging technology. The laws help it make more judicially under control and hence more reliable.



Let's continue our journey with Mr. Helper...

To give you a more clarified look into the matters of Digitization and E-governance, I'll call my digital expert - Mr. Helper. 








So I hope you liked Mr. Helper's illustrations of Digital India's absence and its presence. 

But before you depart, I would like to speak specific of Intel's Digital India aim, and their campaigns which have been putting a stimulus in the same.

Intel's Support to Digital India Vision

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Intel India had launched its program of "Digital Skills for India" last December, starting from the capital of the country. They had aimed to empower more than 5 million individuals with the skills to compete in the digital global world. 

We, as an individual of this country hold responsible for its growth and helping campaigns to come to reality of their aims.

I hope you found this article informative, and could well-frame the view point of leading India towards a better global podium, which would in-turn help India economically.

Visit them: http://www.intel.in/
Support this move by: #DigitalIndia

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Thank-you for reading,
Tanishq Sharma


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