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  • Slide 1 - Ministry of External Affairs Investments & Technology Promotion Division Nov 2015 Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 2 - What is Digital India? Providing high-speed internet, mobile phone and bank account enabling participation in digital & financial space; shareable private space on a public cloud, and creating a safe and secure cyber space. Seamless integration across departments/jurisdictions Ensuring availability of services in real time from online and mobile platforms for ease of doing business, leveraging geographical information systems (GIS) etc. Take digital literacy to the next level Providing digital resources in Indian languages, citizens not required to submit physical documents, etc. To make India ready for a knowledge-based future. Focus of the Rs 1.13 lakh crore (appx. US$ 17 billion) initiative is on using technology to create a participative, transparent and responsive government. Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 3 - 9 Pillars of Digital India Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 4 - Broadband Highways Broadband for All – Rural: 2,50,000 village Panchayats to be covered under the National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) by Dec 2016. Broadband for All – Urban: Virtual Network Operators would be leveraged for service delivery and communication infrastructure in new urban developments and buildings would be mandated. National Information Infrastructure (NII): NII would integrate the network and cloud infrastructure in the country to provide high speed connectivity and cloud platform to various government departments up to the panchayat level. 2. Universal Access to Phones Plan seeks to provide mobile coverage in a phased manner to the remaining 55,619 villages in the country. The total project cost will be around Rs.16,000 Cr (appx. US$ 2.3 billion) during 2014-18. 3. Public Internet Access Programme Common Service Centres (CSCs): CSCs would be strengthened and increased from the current 135,000 to 250,000. CSCs – one in each Gram Panchayat, would be made viable & multi-functional end-points for delivery of government services. Post Offices as Multi-service centres: 150,000 Post Offices to be converted into multi service centres. Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 5 - 4. E-governance: Online applications and tracking, Form simplification and field reduction. Online repositories - Use of online repositories (e.g. for certificates, educational degrees, identity documents, etc.) so that citizens are not required to submit these documents in physical form. 5. E-Kranti: The biggest programme within Digital India and focusses on a mobile-first approach. Integration of services and platforms e.g. Aadhaar platform of Unique Identity Authority of India (UIDAI), payment gateway, Mobile Seva platform etc.  There are 44 Mission Mode Projects under e-Kranti, which are at various stages of implementation. E-education: Free wi-fi in all schools and providing massive online open courses (MOOCs) E-healthcare: online medical consultation, online medical records, online medicine supply, pan-India exchange for patient information, etc.  Technology for farmers: real time price information, online ordering of inputs and online cash, loan, and relief payment with mobile banking. Technology for security: Mobile based emergency services and disaster related services on real time basis. Technology for cyber-security: National Cyber Security Co-ordination Centre would be set up to ensure safe and secure cyber-space within the country. Technology for financial inclusion: Through use of mobile banking, Micro-ATM program and CSCs/ Post Offices. Technology for Justice: e-Courts, e-Police, e-Prosecution etc. E-Kranti: Transforming E-governance for Transforming Governance Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 6 - 6. Information for all: Open Data platform: http://data.gov.in facilitates proactive release of datasets in open format by the ministries/departments for use, reuse and redistribution. Provides open and easy access to information for citizens. Engagement through social media: Pro-actively engage through social media and web based platforms to inform and interact with citizens.  MyGov.in: This  website crowdsources ideas from the public for design of programmes such as better traffic management, using big data for making cities smarter etc. Online messaging: Online messaging to citizens on special occasions/programs would be facilitated through emails and SMS. 7. Electronics Manufacture: This pillar focuses on promoting electronics manufacturing in the country with the target of NET ZERO Imports by 2020 as a striking demonstration of intent. Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 7 - 8. IT for Jobs: This pillar focuses on providing training to the youth in the skills required for availing employment opportunities in the IT / ITES sector. Components of this pillar include: Train 10 million students from smaller towns & villages for IT sector jobs over 5 years. Setting up BPOs in every north-eastern state to facilitate ICT enabled growth in these states. Training 300,000 service delivery agents as part of skill development to run viable businesses delivering IT services. Training 500,000 Rural Workforce on Telecom and Telecom related services 9. Early Harvest Programmes: IT platform for sending messages. E-greetings portal on Mygov.in Biometric attendance. Wi-fi in all universities. Secure email for government officials. Standardized government email design. Public Wi-fi spots in all cities with 1 million population and at tourist hubs. School books to be e-books. SMS-based weather information and disaster alerts. National portal for lost and found children - http://khoyapaya.gov.in/mpp/home Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 8 - Digital India Initiatives Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 9 - A 12-digit unique identity for every Indian individual, including children and infants. Establishes uniqueness of every individual on the basis of demographic and biometric information. Aadhaar will provide a universal identity infrastructure which can be used by any identity-based application (like ration card, passport, etc.) Coverage: 925 million and growing Direct Benefit Transfer: LPG Scholarships PDS scheme AADHAR Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 10 - E-Sign facilitates digitally signing a document by an Aadhaar holder using an Online Service. Aadhaar is mandatory for availing the eSign Service. E-Sign is envisaged as a giant leap towards large scale adoption of digital signature and hence paperless transactions. Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 11 - With a view to make all Government services accessible to the citizens, through common service delivery outlets and ensure efficiency, transparency and reliability of such services at affordable costs, the government has created a common platform with a facility to make online payment using net banking, credit cards and debit cards. PayGov India offers a range of payment options through which a payment can be made by the citizen to avail a service. The different options available to a citizen are: Net banking (approx. 65+ banks) Debit card Credit card IMPS Cash Cards/ Wallets Mobile Wallet NEFT/ RTGS PayGov Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 12 - Digital Locker DigiLocker is a service launched by Government of India in February 2015 to provide a secure dedicated personal electronic space for storing the documents of resident Indian citizens. The storage space (maximum 1GB) is linked to the Aadhaar number of the user. Advantages: Help citizens to digitally store their important documents like PAN card, passport, mark sheets and degree certificates. Provide secure access to Government issued documents. Eliminates the use of physical documents and enables sharing of verified electronic documents across government agencies. A dedicated personal storage space in the cloud to citizens, linked to citizens Aadhaar number. Reduce the administrative overhead of government departments and agencies created due to paper work. Easy for citizens to receive services by saving time and effort as their documents will now be available anytime, anywhere and can be shared electronically. To sign-up for your Digital Locker, one needs an Aadhaar card & a Mobile number that is linked to that Aadhaar card Number. https://digitallocker.gov.in/ Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 13 - ettal is a web portal for dissemination of e-Transactions statistics of National and State level e-Governance Projects including Mission Mode Projects. It receives transaction statistics from web based applications periodically on near real time basis. eTaal presents quick analysis of transaction counts in tabular and graphical form to give quick view of transactions done by various e-Governance projects. E-TTAL Promotes healthy competition amongst: Sates/Union Territories Departments and Mission Mode Projects / e-Governance initiatives Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 14 - Biggest financial inclusion initiative in the world. Date of launch: 28th August 2014 193 million accounts opened till Nov 15, 2015 Features of the scheme include: No minimum balance required. Interest on deposit. Accidental insurance cover of Rs.100,000. Life insurance cover of Rs.30,000/-. Easy Transfer of money across India. Beneficiaries of Government Schemes will get Direct Benefit Transfer in these accounts. Overdraft facility of up to Rs.5000/- will be permitted (only one account per household, preferably lady of the household), after satisfactory operation of the account for 6 months RuPay Debit Card will be provided (must be used at least once in 45 days.) Access to Pension. Jan Dhan Yojana Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 15 - “Digital Literacy is the ability of individuals and communities to understand and use digital technologies for meaningful actions within life situations” Two levels of training under the SCHEME Level 1: Appreciation of Digital Literacy Citizens will be trained to operate digital devices, like mobile phones, tablets, etc., send and receive emails and search Internet for information, etc. Level 2: Basics of Digital Literacy Citizens would also be trained to effectively access the various e-Governance services being offered to the citizen by the Government and other agencies. Eligibility Criteria Level 1 : Non-IT literate - Illiterate and up to 7th standard pass Level 2 : Non-IT literate with at least 8th standard pass Age : 14 to 60 years National Digital Literacy Mission Making one person in every family digitally literate Project to cover 5.25 million Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 16 - 7,00,000 kilometres of optical fibre to be laid to connect 250 gram panchayats in 3 years. Utilize existing fibres of PSUs (BSNL, Railtel and Power Grid) and laying incremental fibre to connect to Gram Panchayats wherever necessary. Non-discriminatory access to NOFN for all Service Providers. Service providers like Telecom Service Providers(TSPs), ISPs, Cable TV operators and Content providers can launch various services in rural areas – e-health, e-education and e-governance etc. Public Wi-fi spots. All villages will be provided with internet connectivity. NOFN is estimated to cost about Rs. 20,000 Cr and will be funded by the Universal Service Obligation Fund (USOF). For more information on USOF visit: http://www.usof.gov.in/ National Optical Fibre Network Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India
  • Slide 17 - E-Bhasha Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India All government websites: Will move from bilingual to multilingual Digital India website: Available in 12 languages…Work in progress to cover all 22 constitutionally recognized languages
  • Slide 18 - Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India Building broadband infrastructure Creating identity solutions, payment systems, web or mobile based delivery structures etc. Cybersecurity Healthcare - telemedicine and remote health Smart Cities – 100 smart cities program already announced. Make in India - Electronics Manufacturing - For India to transition to a digital future, it is imperative that a greater proportion of its consumption is serviced locally. Digital India investment opportunities Investments in support of Digital India Reliance Industries Ltd: US$ 39.3 billion Bharti Airtel: US$ 15 billion Aditya Birla Group: US$ 7 billion Vedanta (Sterlite Tech): US$ 6 billion Vodafone: US$ 2 billion ADA Ltd: US$ 1.4 billion
  • Slide 19 - Investments & Technology Promotion Division, Ministry of External Affairs, Govt. of India Thank You For queries, write to: diritp@mea.gov.in
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