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Introduction of e-Governance:

2 Introduction of e-Governance E-governance can be defines as use of information & communication by government to enhance the range, quality of information & services provided to the citizen in an cost effective manner.

According to World Bank:

3 According to World Bank E-Government refers to the Use of information technologies That have the ability to transform relations with citizens, businesses, and other arms of government . These technologies can serve better delivery of government services to citizens.

Why E-Governance:

Why E-Governance citizen service provide access to information to empower citizens so that they can make better lives, for themselves and for the next generation.

Components Of E-governance:

5 Components Of E-governance Technological Component Social Component Political Component Service Component

Types of Interactions in e-Governance:

7/6/2011 Presented By :Anupama Shelly Shilpa 6 Types of Interactions in e-Governance

Benefits Of E-Governance:

7 Benefits Of E-Governance Better access to information and quality services for citizens. Simplicity, efficiency and accountability in the government. Expanded reach of governance.

E-Governance Challenges Specific to India:

8 E-Governance Challenges Specific to India Lack of Integrated Services Lack of Key Persons Population Different Languages

Its Relevance to India:

9 Its Relevance to India Governance Public services Management

National E-Governance Program :

10 National E-Governance Program Agriculture Municipalities Gram Panchayats (elected village administration) Common Service Centers (CSCs)

Poll Results :

7/6/2011 Presented By :Anupama Shelly Shilpa 11 Poll Results Classification Percentage Total Success 20% Partial Failure 30% Total Failure 50%

Understanding e-Government Success and Failure :

12 Understanding e-Government Success and Failure Limitations in the methods used. Operational and Technical aspects Design-Reality Gap Model


13 CHALLENGES Low literacy Low per capita income Administrative and Political Problem Digital Divide


14 SUGGESTED MEASURES It needs to be conducted to train the users at gross root level. seminars needs to be conducted Manuals needs to be generated Audio / visual aids needs to be used in exhaustive education The people with different types of disabilities must be dealt with great importance.


15 CONCLUSION A vision is required to implement the e-government in India. To meet the vision the challenges in the implementation of e-government should be overcome. Then the environment needs to be developed for the effective implementation of e-government in India.

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