eGovernance in India

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CIC – Potential for greater interaction and networking

Posted by egovindia on June 25, 2006

 

Thanks a lot for your encouragement.  CIC has potential to contribute to NE with large nos. of computer literate rural youths, infrastructure with satellite broad band connectivity, Uninterrupted power supply, a few clients with server etc. A few major websites on CICs i.e. http://cicserver.nic.in(to monitor the activities of CIC), http://cicvisuals.nic.in/(for visual daily attendance) , http://www.cic.nic.in(the centralized CIC portal) and many others. CIC operators are working towards knowledge revolution in rural area and establishing a virtual knowledge Society in NE through their Network. CIC is working as  Rural Knowledge Centre and a Common Meeting Ground  for rural youths/ SHGs etc. Several NGOs viz. North East High Tech Society, People Advance & Rural technology, People for Animals, Subansiri Khabalu Dev Society, Community Development Forum – Dhkk ( constituted by students of CIC) are working  in tandem with  CIC.

Our plan is to introduce  e-governance and other common services in CIC so as to make CIC as a back-end office of  companies/ govt/ educational institutions  in rural area which will create employment opportunities  for educated unemployed rural youths  as well as will be utilized as rural knowledge power house.

 

So far , we would be pleased if you can suggest us how/ where  we can utilized our large pool of computer literate rural youths . Once broad band connectivity is established in rural area ( the progress of (Assam)  State Wide Area Network Project is very slow), we may think for out sourcing services to rural area.

 

Sincerely

 

D. Dutta

 

"D. Dutta" dutta.d@nic.in,

Sat, 14 Jan 2006 13:11:32 -0800

 

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