E-Governance for Smart Cities by T. M. Vinod Kumar (eds.)

By T. M. Vinod Kumar (eds.)

This booklet highlights the digital governance in a wise urban via case reviews of towns positioned in lots of nations. “E-Government” refers back to the use via executive organizations of knowledge applied sciences (such as broad zone Networks, the web, and cellular computing) that experience the facility to rework kin with voters, companies, and different hands of presidency. those applied sciences can serve various various ends: greater supply of presidency providers to voters, superior interactions with enterprise and undefined, citizen empowerment via entry to info, or extra effective govt administration. The ensuing advantages are much less corruption, elevated transparency, larger comfort, profit development, and/or rate discounts.
The booklet is split into 3 parts.
• E-Governance state-of-the-art stories of many cities
• E-Governance domain names Studies
• E-Governance instruments and Issues

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There are loans available to procure computer. In Kerala, Information Kerala Project was adopted to computerize and network about 1,214 local bodies. In this state, a district panchayat of Ernakulum has adopted a model of E-Governance that provides guidance to three village panchayats in the district to build an information network covering information related to land holdings, age structure, health, tax payments. It gave internet access to cooperative societies and aids to deliver information relating to agriculture, health and education to the people by creating networked ‘facilitation booths’ in these villages.

This is also true in urban middle class dominated India where voting percentage has been low in comparison with rural areas. The advent of AAP party in Delhi had pushed up the voting percentage in Delhi in recent election using social media for such mobilization. It implies greater and more active citizen participation and involvement enabled by ICT in the decisionmaking process. The objective of e-democracy can be grouped in the following two categories: (a) Passive access-related objectives: To provide citizens access to information and knowledge about the political process, about services and about choices available.

JNNURM is such MMP for municipalities which is expected to provide a major fillip to India’s urban reform E-Governance for Smart Cities 15 agenda. The vision of the National MMP for E-Governance in municipalities is to leverage ICT opportunities for sustained improvement in the efficiency and effectiveness of the delivery of municipal services to citizens. The MMP intends to achieve the following goals: • Provide single window services to citizens on an anytime, anywhere basis. • Increase the efficiency and productivity of Urban Local Bodies (ULBs).

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