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Presentation

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Submitted Presented By:


To:
Mrs.Amreen ma’am Diksha Gupta
List of contents :
 What is e-governance?

 According to World Bank

 4 Pillars of e-governance

 Benefits of e-governance

 Top five countries which implemented


e-governance

 India’s initiatives towards e-


governance

 Results of Indian projects of e-


governance
 Results of Indian projects of e-governance

 Major implementation areas in India

 Challenges of e-governance in India

 Importance of e-governance in India

 Limitation of e-governance in India

Complete e-government plan

 Conclusion
What is e-governance?
E-governance is the application of
information Technology to the processes of
government functioning to bring about....

Smart

Moral

Accountable

Responsible

Transparency
According to World Bank
e-government
 refers to the :

Use of information technologies.

That have the ability to transform relations


with citizens , businesses , and other arms of
govern ment.

These technologies can serve better delivery


of government services to citizens.
4 PILLARS of e-
governance
BENEFITS of e-governance
Cost reduction

Less corruption

Increase transparency

Increased economic growth

Efficient service delivery

Elimination of bureaucracy

Equality of access to information


India’s initiative towards
e-governance

Mission 2007 : Connected villages through


wireless services.

E-Suvidha : Provides services like BIRTH


CERTIFICATE , MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE &
INFORMATION relating to AGGRICULTURE.

NATIONAL TAX INFORMATION


EXCHANGE SYSTEM PROJECT.
Major implementation areas
Public Grievances : Ration card , Transportaion
facilities.

Rural Services : Land Records.

Police : FIR registration , Lost and Found details.

Social Services : birth , School , Death certificates.

Public Information : Information about


Employment ,Hospitals, Railways etc,

Utility payment : Electricity , water , telephone


bills.
Challenges of e-governance
in India

Lack of integrated services

Population

Different languages

Lack of awareness
Importance of e-
governance in India
Building strong and effective
information chain.

To bridge the gap between India


and developed countries.

Effective utilization of resources.

Reduction in delays , Red tape and


corruption.
LIMITATIONS of
e-governance in India
Budget.

Poor literacy rate.

Lack of electricity in rural areas.

Privacy problems.
CONCLUSION