Tuesday, October 18, 2022

An Opportunity For Digital India

India is a pioneer in the concept of digital mass products that reach individuals, markets and people.
An Opportunity For Digital India
An Opportunity For Digital India

Governments communicate with each other. Modular applications, big and small, based on Aadhaar and India Stack, we are changing the way we exit.

Get pf, our passport and driving license and check land records to name a few activities. Children have access to QR-coded textbooks. Access to State Boards and Languages, Public Distribution System for Economically Backward People and Government Beneficiaries.

The funds for the schemes are directly transferred to their bank account. India has an opportunity to initiate digital diplomacy to bring digital products made in India to hundreds of emerging economies Worldwide. It could be a strategic and effective response to China's Belt and Road Initiative.

Initially, the code is extremely reusable. Cost of supplementing open source-based high school online learning infrastructure To create a physical infrastructure of high quality roads of less than two kilometers in length across the country. Transport requires investment

Digital public goods are relatively rare and are unlikely to fall into a debt trap. Unlike physical infrastructure such as ports and roads, digital mass products are less conceivable and instantaneous, and have visual effects and gain. The digital infrastructure plug leaked. It weeds out ghost beneficiaries of government services, removes rent-seeking brokers, creates audits

TRAIL makes individual-government-market interface transparent and provides functionality that helps in providing instant return on investment. process is available

Examples include issuance of passport, PAN card and driving license.

Productivity increases and services can be expanded rapidly. Benefits can be scaled up rapidly to cover a larger segment of the population.

Finally, when integrating digital public production infrastructure, reduce physical infrastructure. The mix was for three reasons. One, Of course, the technology evolved on its own. Chips are getting faster, engines are getting more powerful, and gene-editing technology is evolving.

The second reason is the network effect. The more people who use the same technology, the more 'transactions' they use.

Fast - be it a Facebook post or a UPI transaction. And the third reason is the rapid creation of new levels of technology. for example

The Hypertext Protocol created the World Wide Web. The browser was built on top of it, making it easy to navigate the World Wide Web and more.

Thousands of famous new levels have been added, which is what it is today. To give an example, consider the growth of UPI-based payments in India.

Such additions are not compatible with the privileges and privileges used by UPI; This is true for most people who use it

UPI does more. Sunbird, an open source platform built on Diksha, is following the same path as the school learning platform –

Today around 500 million school children are using it. Collectively, the combination ensures that digital delivery is complete.

Emerging economies are characterized by inefficiencies in government service delivery and a consequent lack of confidence digital public.

The products promote speed, transparency, convenience and productivity in the individual-government-market ecosystem and include participation, equity and

The massive development will benefit India's digital diplomacy and welcome all emerging economies from Peru to Polynesia, Uruguay.

From Uganda and Kenya to Kazakhstan.

This technology will slightly change the structure of Indian consulates abroad, including the composition of specialists. Take Promote India's brand position as a global made-in-India digital public product and a leading technology player in the digital age. will be able

Achieving fast, visible and joint benefits for India's partners and good luck to India. And they will set a strong foothold for India To tackle China's most expensive, brick-and-mortar-led Belt and Road Initiative worldwide.

This column was first published in print on 29 December 2021 under the title 'Digital Public Goods'. The author is CEO of Crane Pictures


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