ICEGOV 2017

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  • 1st Call for Papers: 20 July 2016
  • 2nd Call for Papers: 21 September 2016
  • Decision notification: 28 November 2016
  • Author registration deadline: 15 December 2016
  • Final submission deadline: 19 December 2016
  • Conference starts: 7 March 2017
  • Conference ends: 9 March 2017
  • Doctoral Colloquium: 10 March 2017

The emergence of Information and Communication Technology
(ICT) has provided an easy, effective, economic and efficient way
to provide various government services and welfare schemes at
grass root level. Indian government is also moving towards e-
governance, via use of ICT. But, India is a country with huge
diversity. As per Socio Economic Caste Census (SECC) 2011,
rural India accounted 73 percent of households. People living in
these household are having poor literacy rate and not much aware
of government’s initiatives for upliftment of their lives. These
people are engaged in cultivation, casual or manual labour. Lack
of awareness, access to ICT and shabby Digital Literacy is
preventing them from availing various government schemes and
creating the problem of digital divide. We carried out a survey to
study this reality check at the ground level and suggested a
solution model for bridging the gap of Digital Divide in rural
India.

ACM DL Author-ize serviceA Step Towards Empowerment and Digital Inclusion of Rural Public in India


Author: Harish Kumar


ICEGOV ’17 Proceedings of the 10th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, 2017



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Following are the key people for this research work

Mr. Harish Kumar (National Informatics Centre, Govt. of India)

Mr. Iliyas (Fellow at ZFI, India and IAS Aspirant)

Mr. Somendra Poonia (National Informatics Centre, Govt. of India)

Mr. R. K. Chavda (Scientist, National Informatics Centre, Govt. of India)

Mr. Hemant Mehta (Scientist, National Informatics Centre, Govt. of India)

Mr. Deepak Choubisa (National Informatics Centre, Govt. of India)

Mr. Dhiren Makwana (District Vigilance Officer)

Mr. P. G. Mer (Employee in District Tribal Development Office)

Mr. Hitesh Patel (Cyber Security Analyst and pursuing PhD in Cyber Forensic)

Mr. Harsh Joshi (Cyber Security Analyst and listed under world’s top 42 XSS (Cross Site Scripting)

Researchers)

Mr. Milan Patel (A think-tank)

Mr. Bhaumik Shah (Network Engineer, National Informatics Centre)

Mr. Alpesh (System Manager, District Election Office)

Mr. Jigar Patel (Network Engineer, National Informatics Centre)

Mr. Chetan (Software Developer)

Mr. Savan (CSC District Manager)

Mr. Brijesh (Working in Collector Office)

Mr. Mahesh Patel (School Principal)

Mr. Narendra Patel (Business Man)

Mr. Mahendera Patel (School Teacher)

Mr. Narayan Patel (FPS Owner)

Mr. Shubham (Volunteer)

Mr. Ankit Charan (Volunteer)

Mr. Yuvraj (Volunteer)

Warden (Govt. Boys Hostel under TDD)

Warden (Govt. Girls Hostel under TDD)

and many more…

I personally thank all the above people and villagers, who have given their precious time with

valuable suggestions and feedback for our research.

Harish

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