Microsoft recognises India as a “growth opportunity”, a senior company executive has said…
Healthcare IT Taskforce formed by NATHEALTH-NASSCOM NATHEALTH extended its support and appreciated Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s endeavour to go digital. Sushobhan Dasgupta, President, NATHEALTH said, “PM’s efforts to transform India into a connected knowledge economy and offering world class services at the click of a mouse through Digital India programme, is truly commendable. Initiative of […]
We need to measure the success of ICT in schools and facilitate the scaling up of innovations that have a demonstrated impact on student learning.
On July 1, the Centre launched its Digital India push, aiming to empower lakhs of Indians in the country’s remotest corners, and boost economic growth. What is the existing base in the states over which this edifice will stand?
PM Narendra Modi said his government wants India to emerge as the innovation hub where the next big ideas emerge, driven by the power of technology.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a Digital Dialogue with tech enthusiasts tomorrow in which he will talk about the Digital India initiative.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday said that the ‘overwhelming’ response he has received on the ‘Digital India’ initiative has inspired him to hold a ‘Digital Dialogue’ with the tech enthusiasts of the country.
Digital India: Tata Trusts, chaired by Ratan Tata, has tied up with Google and Intel to help women access the Internet in large numbers under this initiative.
Digital India Week: Digital Locker, National Scholarship Portal, eHospital, eSignature, MyGov Mobile App, Swachh Bharat Mission App, others were launched by PM Narendra Modi at Digital India Week inauguration on Wednesday.
National Optical Fibre Network project is way behind schedule and unlikely to be completed by its deadline of December 2016.
The Digital India initiative, launched by PM Narendra Modi on Wednesday, could potentially translate into a business opportunity of $3-4 billion annually for the Indian IT industry, which already has the experience of implementing large scale and complex government projects in the country.
In a show of support towards the government’s Digital India push, members of India Inc on Wednesday announced a total investment of Rs 4.5 lakh crore towards various projects which their companies would be undertaking in the next few years.
Resolving problems vital for transformational project
Narendra Modi said, “I dream of a Digital India where the world looks to India for the next big idea”
Digital India week, being launched later on Wednesday, will involve citizen awareness programmes.