The Deputy Director General (DDG) National Informatic Centre (NIC) M Moni has emphasised the need for a digital signature system in e-Governance for transparency and simplification of procedures.
Addressing a workshop on 'e-Governance standards', he said the system should be operative by April 2007 for the growth of e-Governance within the country and it should work for the common man. He said that since 1,500 educational institutions in the country were teaching computer science and hence they need to develop standards for quality products in the educational institutions. He also emphasised the need for removing the 'disclaimer' clause in the government websites. The NIC would provide a range of services to all the government departments at the Centre, states and districts, he added.
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