Rs 1 crore winner India customer of Central Bank in Lucky Draw

A central Bank customer wins One Crore in Lucky Draw under Lucky Grahak Yojana. This change has come in person life by doing a transaction of Rs 1,590 . The lucky bounty of Rs 1 crore under the government’s promotional scheme to popularize digital payments has been given to the customer.The winner was selected by President Pranab Mukherjee from the 100th draw of lots under digital payments promotion schemes at Rashtrapati Bhavan  during a ocassion.

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Centre of Excellence launched to support digital India by HP

HP Inc on Wednesday launched its first ‘Centre of Excellence’ (CoE) in India to promote digital India mission.The CoE is the fifth in the world and first in India for HP Indigo. With southern states contributing to almost 50% of its business, the company is looking drive adoption in multiple sectors including photography, packaging and labelling on-demand and customized printing. Besides the company’s digital offset presses, it will also showcase pre-press, post-press and web to print solutions. » Read more

Pm asked people to teach Bhim App to 125 people

Corruption free India is a new Campaign these days. Pm has already taken so many steps in order to make India corruption free. Digital Payment Declaration is one of those .Declaring digital payments will help fight corruption and proliferation of black money.Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday also asked help of people in this campaign  said each citizen should teach 125 persons how to use the Bharat Interface for Money(BHIM) digital payment app.

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Use DigiLocker Service to Drive Free without Carrying Driving Licence & RC

Now there is no need to keep your original driving license and vehicle registration certification (RC) when you are driving your two wheelers or four wheeler vehicle on the road. Now the residents of Delhi can drive free without carrying your driving license and vehicle registration certificate.

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Mumbai Central Become Digital India’s Giant Step by Google Free Wi-Fi Service

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In fast growing information technology, the Indian Railway Minister Suresh Prabhu has launched a free high-speed public Wi-Fi service on Friday with the help of technology giant Google at Mumbai Central Station. The Mumbai Central has India’s first station in the country to get free high-speed Wi-Fi service.

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Google to provide affordable Internet WiFi services in India’s 100 railway stations

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Google has announced to establish a new campus for providing affordable Internet WiFi services in India’s 100 railway stations by the end of next year. The two-day visit to India Google’s global CEO Sundar Pichai met with Arun Jaitley, Minister Suresh Prabhu and Communications and Information Technology Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad on Wednesday.

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What is Digital India Programme?


For the last two-three days the most trending topics is the Digital India Programme, and seems to be attracting every individual not only from the nation but the entire world. The programme is also taking the interest of the leaders of the bigger nation. It seems India is on the way to change something big which takes the attention of the entire globe to know more about it.

Even in the facebook we can also see thousands of people celebrating and participating the Digital India Programme by changing their profile picture after CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Prime Minister Narendra Modi did so and urged other to follow suit to support the Digital India initiative. Top industrialists like RIL Chairman and Managing Director Mukesh Ambani, Tata Group chairman Cyrus Mistry, Wipro Chairman Azim Premji and many others, were among the business honchos who shared their ideas of taking digital revolution to the masses.

Well for those who are not aware of Digital India Programme, here the the things you should know about the Digital India Programme:

Digital India Programme is the new initiative taken by the Indian government under the leadership of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to ensure that government services are made available to citizens electronically by improving online infrastructure and by increasing internet connectivity. The initiative includes plans to connect rural areas with high-speed internet networks. The projected is aspected to be completed by the year 2019.

The program is launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on July 1, 2015 and is projected at Rs 1,13,000 crore which will prepare the country for knowledge-based transformation. Digital India has three core components namely:

  1. The creation of digital infrastructure
  2. Delivering services digitally
  3. Digital literacy

Major projects under Digital India Programme are:

  1. Manufacturing of electronics:
  2. Provide public access to internet:
  3. Highways to have broadband services:
  4. Easy access to mobile connectivity:
  5. e-Governance:
  6. IT Training for Jobs:
  7. e-Kranti:
  8. Global Information:
  9. Early harvest programs:

Benefits of Digital India Programme:

Digital India Programme is expected to give high benefit and will be transforming India into a digitally empowered knowledge economy. This benefit 120 Crore Indians in IT competence. The programme will also be helping in reducing paper work. Some of the facilities which would be available through this initiative are Digital Locker, e-education, e-health, Digital Signature and national scholarship portal.