According to Dataquest-IDC e-Gov Survey 2008, Delhi is the best e-Governed state of 2007 followed by Goa, Tamil Nadu and Kerala.
Maharashtra, Himachal Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Punjab featured in the top 10. Maharashtra, of which Mumbai is the capital, was ranked sixth overall. Meanwhile, Jharkhand was named the worst e-Governed state of 2007, preceded by Gujarat and Haryana. The study also shows that Gujarat had the most drastic fall ending at number 19 in 2007 from number 4 last year. With citizens and businesses reporting low satisfaction levels, the overall e-Governance scores of Karnataka, Uttarakhand and Haryana also fell as compared to last year. The study also shows that the citizens of Delhi are most satisfied with e-Governance initiatives. Delhi has topped nine of the 14 parametres in the category. Himachal Pradesh bagged the second spot followed by Chhattisgarh, Rajasthan and Maharashtra.
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