Celebrating the Good Governance Day, the Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) launched key projects for the IT, telecom and postal departments.
Some of the key projects are Time Stamping of Digital Signature, Integrated Indian Languages Virtual Keyboard for Android, PARAM Shavak (Super computer in box solution), .bharat domain in Gujarati and Bangla, e-launch of Support International Patent Protection in Electronics & IT scheme (SIP-EIT), Disbursements under Modified Special Incentive Package Scheme (M-SIPS), Electronics Manufacturing Clusters (EMC) disbursement, Gyansetu – an internet-based real time ICT system to provide e-Services to the rural population of India, MTNL Apps for Android smart phones and e-Governance Competency Framework (e-GCF).
The Minister of Communications & Information Technology, Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad said that on the pillars of participation, accountability, transparency, responsiveness and efficiency, Good Governance can be effectively achieved through the vision of Digital India.
“In the last six months, Government has taken a number of landmark initiatives. The Digital India programme is committed to take the cause of Good Governance forward in letter and spirit,” he said.
Highlighting a number of initiatives, RS Sharma, Secretary, DeitY said, “The department has taken many initiatives like MyGov (Citizen participation platform), Aadhaar Enabled Biometric Attendance System, Jeevan Pramaan, e-Greetings, e-Sampark, National Digital Literacy Mission, e-Governance Competency Framework, etc. to promote Good Governance in the country and to give impetus to the Digital India programme.”