DIGITAL INDIA-A NEW PARADIGM SHIFT FOR TRANFORMING RURAL INDIA-A REVIEW
Keywords: digital transformation, virtual process digital technology , marginal citizens.
AbstractThe digital transformation that has upended industries from retail and media to transport and business-to-business commerce is now sweeping to transform the life of rural India. This was inevitable, as ubiquitous computing power, pervasive connectivity, mass data storage, and advanced analytical tools can easily and efficiently be applied to develop the rigidity for development of rural sector of economy . The Digital India programme has been launched with an aim of transforming the country into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. The Digital India would ensure that Government services are available to citizens electronically. It would also bring in public accountability through mandated delivery of government’s services electronically; a Unique ID and e-Pramaan based on authentic and standard based interoperable and integrated government applications and data basis . Digital transformation is the move to online information’s regarding various government schemes for growth and development of general population available over the internet. The advantages for digital transformation are providing more convenient and faster way in creating the new economic system human need to survive and thrive a political and social structure that minimizes the problems of corruption ,injustice and potencial tyranny and that respects the rights of all people. It provides the ability for users to access all services through desktop and mobile . Present paper is based on use of digital technology in rural India and to find out the reason of not using these digital facility by most of the marginal citizens of India and bring out the solution for digital inclusion in Indian rural population.
How to Cite
Singh, D. (2019). DIGITAL INDIA-A NEW PARADIGM SHIFT FOR TRANFORMING RURAL INDIA-A REVIEW. Journal of Global Economy, 15(1 (Special), 158-163. https://doi.org/10.1956/jge.v15i1 (Special.536
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