E-Governance and its Implementation


  • University of Mysore, University Computer Center, Mysore, Karnataka, India
  • Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Department of E&CE, Bangalore, Karnataka, India


Information and communications technologies (ICTs) are playing an increasingly vital role in the daily lives of people, revolutionizing work and leisure and changing the rules of doing business. In the realm of government, the ICT application of E-Governance is a powerful tool for bringing about change to government processes in the developing world. E-governance operates at the cross roads between Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and government processes, and can be divided into three overlapping domains: e-administration, e-services and e-society. In order to be successful, e-governance must be firmly embedded in the existing government processes, must be supported, both politically and technically, by the governments, and must provide users with reasons to use these on-line domains. In order to maximize the impact, process change needs to be considered part and parcel of e-governance. E-Governance applications in the recent past have demonstrated the important role the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) play in the realm of rural development. Several e-Governance projects have attempted to improve the reach, enhance the base, minimize the processing costs, increase transparency, and reduce the cycle times. This paper presents a brief review of the technologies of egovernance, its applications and the issues associated with rural e-Governance.


Information Technology, E-Governance, Rural Development.

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Library Management

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