E-Governance: E-Governance Implies Smart Governance Part 1

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E-Governance Implies Smart Governance

  • S - Simple
  • M - Moral
  • A - Accountable
  • R - Responsive
  • T - Transparent

E-Governance Aspires to Provide

  • Easy And Accountable Governance
  • Citizen- Centric Government
  • Effective Government

E- Governance Focuses Reforms in Three Areas

  • Governance
  • Public Services
  • Management

History of E- Governance in India

  • In 1977, the National Informatics Centre was set up.
  • In 1980՚s Computers were used
  • In1990, Operation Knowledge
  • In 1999, Ministry of Information Technology
  • In 2006, National e-Governance Plan (NEGP)
  • In 2015, Digital India

Stages of E- Governance in India

  • Computerization
  • Networking
  • On-line presence
  • On-line Interactivity

Interactions in E – Governance

Interactions in E – Governance

E-Governance Objectives

  • To Build a well aware, conscious and informed society
  • To ensure interactions between govt and citizens
  • To ensure people՚s participation
  • To ensure Transparency in governance
  • To make the government accountable and responsive
  • To reduce the cost of governance

Strategies for Promoting E-Governance in India

  • To develop technical infrastructure
  • To develop an institutional framework
  • To develop legal infrastructure
  • To ensure Transparency in online information
  • To popularize E-Governance
  • To promote E-Governance through center and state participation

MCQs

1. Match the following E-Governance Projects with their respective State Governments.

Match the Following E-Governance Projects with Their Respective State Governments
List AList B
E – SevaMadhya Pradesh
BhoomiAndhra Pradesh
GyandootKarnataka
FriendsKerala

A. 1-a, 2-b, 3-c, 4-d

B. 1-b, 2-c, 3-a, 4-d

C. 1-a, 2-c, 3-d, 4-b

Answer: B

2. The National E-Governance Plan (NeGP) contains how many Mission Made Projects MMP՚s?

a) 26

b) 31

c) 33

d) 42

Answer: B

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