Chandigarh, (India) administration will promote the IT application for society under its IT Vision 2010. Chandigarh would be an automated city by 2010.
Soon a project named, the Jan Sampark Project would be implemented in the state. The project will involve the setting up of at least 50 Jan Sampark kiosks in Chandigarh. These kiosks would be linked to the Central Data Hub and information relating to the various departments of the administration. Two-way transactions and information transactions would be made possible through this project. Soon, the government will launch e-Governance project in the state. A multi service smart card, which includes driving license, registration certificate, birth certificate, voter identification card, PAN card and identity card, would be given to everyone that would enable him or her to carry out transactions with any department of the UT administration and of the Indian government. The C-TOSS Programme would be extended within Chandigarh. All prominent locations in the city would be WiFi-ed. Villages of Chandigarh will be equipped with e-Centers, providing education, information and primary healthcare related services.
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