Airtel Bharti and Reliance India, two mobile operators will come in the e-Governance programmes of India. TCS and Wipro like software vendors are already involved in preparing computer based applications for delivering government services in India.
Central Government is preparing road map for delivering government services through a wireless medium for which telecom operators could prepare and host mobile based e-Gov applications. Additionally, the roadmap will implement the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) through a wireless medium, which is being actively considered by the department of information technology (DIT). The government is also setting a working group to build standards for mobile based e-Gov applications. These services include national ID, income-tax, passports/visa and immigration, pensions, banking, and insurance, land records, property registration, transport, police and employment exchange. The proposed working group will determine the MMPs that can be used for m-Gov.