Mr. Vivek Kumar Porwal
District : Jabalpur
Views on implications and impact of ICT in Districts
The explosive potential of digital world lies in the fact that any form of information-be it data, voice or video-can be converted into series of 0’s and1’s which can be processed to a variety of applications for business and government.1. ICT has to be used in socially sustainable manner as to maximize its impact
2. ICT process should not be just digital replication of existing paper processes
3. Unreformed Process + ICT = Expensive Process
4. ICT process should replace a paper process. The ICT process should replace manual otherwise it becomes duplicity of work.

Dr. Roshan Jacob
District : Gonda

Views on implications and impact of ICT in Districts
ICT is driving national development efforts worldwide and a number of countries in both the developed and developing world are exploring ways offacilitating their development process through ICTs within their economiesand societies.

1. Emergence of ICTs on the national agenda and the announcement of ICTs
2. Policies by various state governments have recognized the “Convergence of Core Technologies and e-Governance” as the tool for sustainable development and globalization of economy
3. The Internet, which allows intangible information and ideas to be traded andexchanged instantly, across any distance, is the most recognizable symbol oftoday’s global, knowledge-driven economy.

District: Sirsa (Haryana) 

Views on implications and impact of ICT in Districts:

A digital, literate society is the way forward for the world at large. The dynamics of how we communicate and work have changed the people to being classified as digitally literate / digitally illiterate.

1. However, two issues, viz., “the digital divide between the urban and the rural areas” and the “issue of functional literacy” need to be addressed simultaneously.
2. By enhancing the digital literacy skills of the youth, it is possible to increase the employment opportunities and active engagement in the digital world.

Mrs. Jaishri Kiyawat
District : Jhabua (Madhya Pradesh)

Views on implications and impact of ICT in Districts:

1.To deliver e-Governance services and Social Inclusion with cost effective ICT implementation approach.
2.To use ICT effectively in improving governance practices in Jhabua.
3.To bridge rural-urban digital divide and improve connectivity with cost effective technology.
4.State wide area networks (SWAN) must continue to run smoothly with better understanding.

Dr. Ashok Kumar Bhargava 
District : District: Shahdol (Madhya Pradesh)

Views on implications and impact of ICT in Districts:

1.Digital literacy is the ability to effectively and critically navigate, evaluate and create information using a range of digital technologies.
2.It requires one “to recognise and use that power to manipulate and transform media to distribute pervasively and to easily adapt them to new forms.”
3.Digital literacy does not replace traditional forms of literacy. It builds upon the foundation of traditional forms of literacy.

Mr. J.B. Vora
District: Patan (Gujarat)

Views on implications and impact of ICT in Districts:

1. The onset of the information age in India is associated with the digital revolution. Our nation has various types of ideology, methodology and implementation process of public oriented activity.
2. To make it simple, transparent and cost effective technological changes, we need public awareness and involvement at a grassroots level.

Mr. J.K. Jain
District : Raisen (Madhya Pradesh)

Views on implications and impact of ICT in Districts:

1. The ability to work with ICT is becoming as essential to education, life and workplace.
2. In order to keep pace with the developing world and also to excel in one’s job, everyone needs a basic understanding of ICT and how to make productive use of it.
3. People should be taught to be competent basic users of digital tools, so that they can be successfully participate in modern technical society.

Mr. Rajat Aggarwal
District: Ludhiana (Punjab)

Views on implications and impact of ICT in Districts:

1. In the contemporary times, the concept of literacy goes beyond simply being able to read or write.Being literate also includes digitally literacy i.e.being able to locate,organise,understand,evaluate and analyse information using various digital technologies.
2. A digitally literate society would be one where majority of individuals are able to access public services at any place through various digital media.
3. This includes two fold efforts: a) Investing in development of ICT infrastructure and computing hardware. b) Investing in individuals’ digital skills.

Mr. Rajkumar Beniwal,
District: Mehsana(Gujarat)

Views on implications and impact of ICT in Districts:

Information and Communication Technologies for development refers to the use of ICT in the fields of socio-economic development, international development and human rights.

1. ICTs enable societies to produce, access, adapt and apply information in greater amounts, more rapidly and at reduced costs and offer enormous opportunities for enhancing business and economic viability.
2. Citizen satisfaction measurement is a key focus for public service delivery and should be incorporated in an ongoing journey for continuous service improvement.
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