Karnataka’s (India) e-governance project – Bhoomi- has won laurels across the globe for its effort to bridge the digital divide. But, that is not enough for the IT-savvy State as there is still a lot of unexplored potential to e-enable interactions between Government, citizens and industry.
In this backdrop, the State Government and Confederation of Indian Industry, Karnataka chapter, have jointly conducted a seminar on “IT for the Common man: E-governance in Karnataka” in Bangalore . Chief Minister S M Krishna inaugurated the event.
The conference delebrated upon how to bring about e-governance standards that will provide benchmarks for others to emulate and adopt. It will focus on rural e-governance, opportunities for the private sector and case studies from various States and Singapore.
The Deccan Herald