e-Governance - Need
The need for good governance for a country’s development is widely accepted. The global business environment and specifically the enormous growth witnessed in India over the last few years have triggered a compelling need to seek new avenues that will enable the government to provide good governance.Enquire Now
e-Governance - Scope
Government to Citizen relationship is the most basic aspect of e-Governance. In modern times, Government deals with many aspects of the life of a citizen. The relation of a citizen with the Government starts with the birth and ends with the death of the citizen. A person transacts with the Government on every corner of his life. May it be birth registration, marriage registration, divorce or death registration.Enquire Now
e-Governance - Advantages
Speed – Technology makes communication speedier. Internet, Phones, Cell Phones have reduced the time taken in normal communication.
Cost Reduction – Most of the Government expenditure is appropriated towards the cost of stationary. Paper-based communication needs lots of stationary, printers, computers, etc. which calls for continuous heavy expenditure. Internet and Phones makes communication cheaper saving valuable money for the Government.Enquire Now
The Government of India (GOI) has embarked upon an ambitious initiative to provide a Aadhaar Number to every resident of India and has constituted the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) for this purpose. The timing of this initiative coincides with the increased focus of the GOI on social inclusion and development through massive investments in various social sector programs, and transformation in public services delivery through e-Governance programs.Enquire Now