RHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently conducted a daylong conference on ‘Digital India – Social and Financial Inclusion, Best Practices & E-Start-ups’ in collaboration with Department of Information Technology and JK Bank in Jammu.
Intel has announced the top 10 teams for Digital India Challenge at an innovation event in New Delhi who presented innovative devices and applications in the fields of healthcare, agri-tech, e-governance, and online education.
The government had earlier launched National Digital Literacy Mission or Digital Saksharta Abhiyan (Disha) to make Digital India a reality with an aim to make 5.25 million people digitally literate by 2017.
Taking a step towards Digital India, German software product firm SAP has unveiled 25 national digital literacy mission centres in 12 cities across India in partnership with Nasscom Foundation with an aim to educate and empower citizens with IT skills.
Contributing his part in Digital India and E-learning, Imran Khan, a Sanskrit teacher from a small town Alwar in Rajasthan has developed and donated 52 educational apps to Ministry of Human Resource Development for free.
In lines with digital India programme, the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) will make available OPD appointments, laboratory reports and blood bank stock position on the online registration system web portal, a national platform framework to link hospitals across the country. A person will need to enter his/her Aadhaar or mobile phone number for online appointments through ORS.
Avaya, a business communications technology company, recently organised the three-city techathon to focus on technologies for smart cities, enterprises, banking, healthcare and education.
In lines with Digital India, a two-day national seminar will be organised at Bhopal on the theme ‘E- Education in Digital India’ (NSEEDI-2015).