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Robust Digital India 2.0 in works

DNMUM437991 | 6/20/2019 | Author : Mansi Taneja | WC :567

The project aims to make India a truly digitally literate society, expand reach of earlier programmes

The government will soon unveil Digital India 2.0 with an aim to make India a trillion dollar digital economy.
Five strategic pillars have been identified for Digital 2.0, which will be an extension of the government’s ambitious programme launched in its previous term.
The idea is to expand the reach of the earlier programmes to more number of people, bring in new technologies, connect people through internet and make India a truly digitally literate society.
The second leg of Digital India will be implemented through segments which include Digital Services, Digital Inclusion, Digital Economy, Digital Infrastructure and Digital Confidence.
Digital Services will involve setting up of Aadhaar Seva Kendras, platform for go
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