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Indian corporates have always been humble over the years. They’ve also have
Of course, there are several interpretations as how to improve the common man. But the government almost always has botched up every opportunity, except for only a few instances. Our Prime Minister
This too was short lived. The government created partners in the form of middlemen, brokers, allowed every rule in the book become redundant and promoted the greatest aristocratic enterprises (read property dealers and cos). The government, in all it’s
As the prime minister says “But unless the governance of the economy is improved, even further liberalization â€“ which is sorely needed â€“ will be insufficient to sustain growth“. How is the governance going to improve ? Move it to the e-sphere ? eGovernance ? And how to adopt eGovernance ?
Just having a look at a concept papers and working papers from the government’s standardization website –
eGovernance in the Indian context is seemingly difficult. But if there’s will there’s a way to bull doze
One of the finest implementations of eGovernance has been done in MCA –
It has improved the efficiency and has virtually zero scope for corruption in the processes.
“The world has enough to meet everyone’s need, but not everyone’s greed” – M.K.Gandhiji