July 2013

A vision for e-Governance in J&K

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The eGov Knowledge Exchange-Srinagar
transpired at The Lalit Grand Palace, Srinagar,
from May 23-25, 2013. The three day residential conference on e-Governance was attended by several key ministers and officials from Centre and State Governments. The representatives of several private companies that are engaged in providing ICT solutions to the government departments were also there. The Forum provided a friendly and supportive environment for the key decision makers to interact with each other and exchange knowledge on the crucial area of e-Governance. In the pages that follow we provide a succinct coverage of the eGov Knowledge Exchange-Srinagar
L to R: Prakash Kumar, Bipul Pathak, Dr Killi Kruparani, Omar Abdullah, Feroz Ahmad Khan, J Satyanarayana, Dr Ravi Gupta
Today e-Governance has taken root in India. The world is talking about the success that India has achieved in the area of e-Governance. This success is the result of the seeds sown by our leader Shri Rajiv Gandhi during 1980s.Now it
is the responsibility of each one of us to take Rajiv Gandhi’s vision forward and create even better systems for e-Governance

Dr Killi Kruparani, Minister of State, Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, Government of India
netThe Government of Jammu & Kashmir is now focusing on developing IT industry in the state and implementing several e-Governance solutions. I had the honour of inaugurating our State Data Centre only last month, in April. The SWAN is also in the offingFeroz Ahmad Khan, Minister of State (Independent Charge) Information Technology, Science& Technology,Government of J&K
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