E-Governance

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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

CHALLENGES :

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

SUGGESTED MEASURES:

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.

CONCLUSION:

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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