February 2011

Right to Services – February 2011

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EDITORIAL
Jago Nagrik Jago

GOV TALK
E-TRANSFORMATION OF SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMME, DINESH WAGHMARE
The e-Scholorship system will see continuous enhancements

COVER STORY 
INSTITUTIONALISING EFFICIENCY

RIGHT TO SERVICES, The proposed right to services legislation in some states of the country will make government officers pay for delay in service provision. Will it really work?

TECHNOLOGY
UID SETTING TREND FOR TRANSPARENT GOVERNANCE
The UID will help unlock value dormant in existing databases

INTERVIEW
ARVIND THAKUR
On NIIT ’s key government verticals

TECHNOLOGY
HOW MULTISPECTRAL IMAGING MAKES CITIZEN ID MANAGEMENT POSSIBLE

How Identity management projects deliver reliable performance

OPINION
TRANSFORMATION, NOT TECH IS THE ESSENCE 

Successful e-Gov rollouts are about government process re-engineering

ANALYSIS
VIDEO CONFERENCING-STICKINESS GROWS
Economic considerations drove some quick adoption

INTERVIEW
AJAY CHOWDHRY
On product-oriented approach to system integration

INTERVIEW
AMOD KUMAR
On monitoring mid-day meals scheme through cloud telephony

ANALYSIS
A TOOL FOR SMART GOVERNANCE

Widespread adoption of DMS can cut down processing time

HEALTHY WATCH
TOWARDS EFFICIENT HEALTHCARE MODEL
Mobile phones are set to change the way healthcare is delivered

FURTHER READING

INDIA NEWS

NEWS WORLD

INDUSTRY NEWS

NEWS

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