Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Digital India: An Analysis of its Impact on Economic, Social, and Environmental Sectors
Dr. Sumanpreet Kaur, Sajad Ahmad Mir
The Indian government’s long-awaited "Digital India" programme to bring fast Internet to the country’s outlying areas officially kicked off on July 1, 2015. The name "Digital India" refers to an initiative to improve the country’s economy, workforce, and telecom infrastructure with digitalization. The primary objective of this commercial was always to increase demand for technical expertise in India and foster a more open, accountable, and proactive administration. Primarily the Bharat Broadband Network Limited (BBNL) is managing this project. After its implementation, the campaign has produced commendable outcomes, proving its worth. Several challenges and issues persist, though.There, such as the average citizenry’s lack of knowledge about technology and the internet. For this effort to succeed, several challenges and roadblocks need to be overcome, but,despite its challenges, the programme has affected every sector. Thefocalpurpose of thestudy is to analyse the impact of Digital India on Economic, Social and environmental sectorsapart from this some major challenges of this remarkable endeavour has been discussed
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