The announcement of Digital India programme by the Prime Minister is a great step in securing the future of India through good governance and transparency.
Digital India is a program to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.
Under this program the Govt. plans to cover uncovered 42300 villages with mobile connectivity, at a cost of Rs 16,300 cr by year 2018. This effort will go waste unless content providers provide appropriate content for the rural people based on their needs across geographies.
Common Service Centres (CSC) are to be made viable as end point of service delivery by March 2017 at a cost of Rs 4750 Cr to cover 2,50,000 villages. Mobile technology can create efficiencies in the process and the manner in which CSC can reach the farmers and other rural people.
Handygo would partake in this march forward by linking with various stake holders in various sectors, through the intent.