July 2013

ICT for Effective Healthcare & Education

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33K B Agarwal, Principal Secretary, Higher Education, Government of Jammu & Kashmir, Rajesh Aggarwal, Secretary IT, Government of Maharashtra, Shaleen Kabra, Commissioner/Secretary, Technical Education; Health and Medical Education, Government of Jammu & Kashmir, Dr Rajesh Kumar, Principal Secretary IT, Government of Manipur & R K Goyal, Joint Secretary, Department of Electronics and Information Technology, Ministry of Communications & Information Technology, Government of India
 34Sanjay Jaju
Secretary IT, Government of Andhra Pradesh
 

e-Governance in India has steadily evolved from computerisation of Government Departments to initiatives that encapsulate the finer points of governance, such as citizen centricity, service orientation and transparency. We have standardised processes to replicate human efforts involved in disposing of a particular applications

 35Yudhvir Malik
Financial Commissioner & Principal Secretary, Electronics & Information Technology, Government of Haryana
 

Government of India has given enough support to all the states to move ahead with e-Governance. I think no state would have been able to create State Data Centres or State Wide Area Network without the encouragement of the Central Government

 36Abhay Kumar
State Informatics Officer, National Informatics Centre, Jammu & Kashmir
e-Governance is not merely a technological project, it is also a project for improvement of capacity in government departments. We need to incentivize the government servants so that they become enthusiastic participants in the technological revolution
 37Vimal Wakhlu
Chairman and Managing Director,elecommunications Consultants India Ltd
 

Connectivity is the major challenge not only in the state of Jammu & Kashmir, but all across the country. There are thousands of villages in the country that are not connected by broadband. The good thing is that the Government is now taking many steps to insure that maximum number of villages get connectivity as early as possible

 38J P Pandey
Senior VP, Presto Infosolutions Pvt Ltd
 

e-Governance is a tool for transforming governance. The success of e-Governance in India must ultimately depend on success of various state projects like SWAN , SDC, CSE, e-district, CC TNS, APDRP etc

 39Vikas Utreja
Business Manager, Juniper NetworksThe Government has developed so many applications for the G2C, G2G, G2B areas. Most of these applications are being hosted in State Data Centres or NIC Data Centres. But the problem is that the accessibility of many of these applications is not wide enough

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