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Continuing with preparing the Patna Smart City proposal, analysis of key concerns expressed through various interactions are summarized as – “Citizens of Patna opine to co-create and preserve their rich heritage through behaviorally transforming and modernizing their vibrant capital city in all respects offering improved quality of life, improved governance, inclusivity and seamless mobility.” Patna needs […]View Blog Post
A home to more than one billion people, India is a land of vast human diversity, consisting of more than four and a half thousand anthropologically well-defined populations. Each population differs in terms of language, culture, customs, physical features and genetic architecture, which is determined by DNA— the hereditary material that is passed on from one […]View Blog Post
The contest for design of Logo and Tagline for National Capital Region Transport Corporation Ltd (NCRTC) was hosted on MyGov portal. It received stupendous response from Citizens and more than four hundred entries were received. The creative expression of citizens received through these entries not only made the contest a success but also allowed […]View Blog Post
The dream of a Digital India began in the year 2014 with our Honourable Prime Minister Shri NarendraModi’s far-reaching vision of leveraging digital technology for accelerating growth and development. PC adoption has played a crucial role in driving digitization by bridging the skills gap, enabling upward socio-economic mobility, and achieving universal digital literacy in the […]View Blog Post
The distinct features of the Atal Mission for Rejuvenation and Urban Transformation (AMRUT) arise from the address of the President to the Parliament – “By the time the nation completes 75 years of its Independence, every family will have a pucca house with water connection, toilet facilities, 24 X 7 electricity supply and access.” This […]View Blog Post
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Participative governance is a paradigm where the citizens and government come together to collectively deliberate all aspects of national development. In this section, senior officials of the Government of India and acknowledged experts in different domains, will periodically deliberate and discuss their vision, ideas, mission and goals with an aim to enrich the national discourse.