Bringing a new revolution to the IT industry in India and to make the citizens of the nations techno savvy, the Prime Minster of India, Narendra Modi is encouraging everybody to come and be a part of the "Digital India Week", inaugurated in Delhi yesterday by the PM himself. The inauguration ceremony, the presence of the PM, was attended by all big names in the Indian IT sector along with a whopping number of spectators who were pleased and cheerful to attend an event like this in India.
This IT event is being considered as one of the major steps taken towards the uplifting of the Information and technology scenario in the country with every possible measurement to make life easy and enjoyable through the use of IT for people. Modi dreams to make people advanced and derive more from the technologies in the coming years and this is just a beginning of the effort.
Modi said, "I dream of a digital India where high-speed digital highways unite the nation; 1.2 billion connected Indians drive innovation; technology ensures the citizen-government interface is incorruptible."
To be scheduled to be held for one week, the first day of the event brought together some of the top industry houses who are pledging investments worth Rs 4.5 lakh crore in various technology ventures that can potentially add 1.8 million jobs. This IT event will not only boost one to use the IT in their lives, but will also generate a bigger number of employment opportunities for the new generation of the country to be more self dependant and financially sound.
A number of digital programmes which are going to be used by the BJP led government towards better and easier administration were also being announced at the event which include- digital lockers to store documents, e-Sign using Aadhaar, e-Hospital systems, National Scholarship Portal, Centre of Excellence on Internet on Things (IoT) and a high-speed digital highway.
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