Bihar to make its presence felt at Gujarat’s Digital India Week event

The three-day event, called Digital India Week, has been organised by MeitYto celebrate the seven year excellence of Digital India mission. The event will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi today.

Digital India Week

Patna: The Department of Information Technology (DoIT), Government of Bihar, will be participating in the Digital India week event organised by Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (Meity) beginning at the Mahatma Mandir Convention & Exhibition Centre in Gandhinagar, Gujarat, today.

The three-day Digital India Week event has been organised  by MeitY to celebrate the seven year excellence of Digital India mission. The event will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The nation has undergone a spectacular digital transition due to the Prime Minister’s innovative leadership. Through this event, the stage is set for a grand exhibition displaying India’s digital transformation.

The DoIT has come up with a stall at the event, to highlight the numerous eGovernance initiatives successfully launched and completed by the Government of Bihar, resulting in the state’s digital transformation.

A press communique issued by the DoIT claimed that Bihar has experienced multidimensional growth across all fronts and areas. “However, if the State focuses on technology, which is the most dynamic and ever-evolving sector on the global stage, it has the capabilities to develop cutting edge technology and state-of-the-art infrastructure to power the digital growth in multi-sectors,” said an officer.

The state had demonstrated its efficiency to keep pace with the ever-evolving technology-driven world and accelerate the state’s social-economic growth rate. Few of the notable projects that we will be showing at our event stall are: HIT COVID APP, BAAF, Service Plus, Smart Polling Booth, DBT, SDC2.0 and MSDG, said a DoIT officer ahead of the inauguration of the event.

DoIT is setting up a state of the art, IT enabled stall, equipped with a Digital Kiosk, QR Codes and more at the above-mentioned venue. The overarching idea behind participating in this event is to showcase the accomplishments with respect to e-Governance and Good Governance, which has been a key factor in Digital Transformation in Bihar.

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