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E-governance: different initiatives by government

 E-governance: Different Initiatives by Government And Goals of e-Governance

The e in e-Governance stands for ‘electronic’. Thus, e-Governance is basically associated with carrying out the functions and achieving the results of governance through the utilization of ICT (Information and Communications Technology).

E-Governance is no more and no less than governance in an electronic environment. It is both governances of that environment and governance within that environment, using electronic tools.

Goals of e-Governance:

Better service delivery to citizens

 Ushering in transparency and accountability

Empowering people through information

 Improved efficiency within Governments

Improve interface with business and industry.

Some Initiatives in the same field:

Computerization of Land Records: In collaboration with NIC. Ensuring that landowners get computerized copies of ownership, crop and tenancy and updated copies of Records of Rights (RoRs) on demand.

Bhoomi Project: Online delivery of Land Records. Self-sustainable e-Governance project for the computerized delivery of 20 million rural land records to 6.7 million farmers through 177 Government-owned kiosks in the State of Karnataka

E-Seva (Andhra Pradesh): This project is designed to provide ‘Government to Citizen’ and ‘e-Business to Citizen’ services.


 

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