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E-governance in emerging economy
Saibal K. Pal, Rajan Gupta, Sunil K. Muttoo, 2017, scientific monograph

Abstract: E-Governance has proven to be instrumental in the expansion and evolution of how the Governments interact and deliver services to its citizens. India with no exception officially started its campaign in 2006 through NeGP and by now have developed lot of commendable services electronically. With EGDI rankings of India in a report by UN being so low, it makes it mandatory to evaluate the services on a more granular level. This will make it pragmatic for the policy makers to identify the strong and weak areas of the India on E-Governance front and make an inclusive development plan for overall improvement of the development in the country.
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Summary of found: ...India on E-Governance front and make an inclusive development plan for overall improvement of the development...
Keywords: e-governance, EGDI, United Nations, development assessment index
Published: 31.03.2021; Views: 868; Downloads: 0
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E-governance in India
Saibal K. Pal, Sunil K. Muttoo, Rajan Gupta, scientific monograph

Abstract: This book on E-Governance in India has got three major things on offer—introduction to E-Governance, status of E-Governance in India through various measures, and finally the progress of E-Governance initiatives in India through various case studies.
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Summary of found: ...e-governance, India, public sector, development assessment index, United Nations...
Keywords: e-governance, India, public sector, development assessment index, United Nations
Published: 01.04.2021; Views: 762; Downloads: 6
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Regional e-governance development index for developing nations
Saibal K. Pal, Rajan Gupta, Sunil K. Muttoo, 2020, original scientific article

Abstract: E-governance has proven to be instrumental in the expansion and evolution of how governments interact with and deliver services to their citizens. The United Nations (UN) E-Governance Development Index (EGDI) is the most widely used metric for assessment of e-governance development; however, this metric is not appropriate for assessment at the regional level, especially for developing nations. Therefore, the authors have studied various factors in the context of developing nations, such as the Online Availability and Performance Index, Telecommunications Index, Human Capital Index, E-governance-related Infrastructure Index, and E-governance Performance Index, with the aim of analyzing the success and implementation rate of e-governance activities across the different regions of a developing nation like India. The results showed that the UN's EGDI is not suitable for assessment at a regional level and that adding new components to the model helps to achieve better results for around 30% of the regions under study. The rankings, which were calculated through the new model and compared against other standard indices, obtained good correlations, proving the validity of the new model. India, as a developing nation, was the region selected for the experimental work. Central governments, state governments, investors, stakeholders, and government consultants can obtain benefits through this research.
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Keywords: e-governence, India, e-governance development index
Published: 01.04.2021; Views: 698; Downloads: 20
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