IJMTES -INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY WITH DIGITAL INDIA IN AGRICULTURE DOMAIN

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : INFORMATION COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY WITH DIGITAL INDIA IN AGRICULTURE DOMAIN

Author’s Name : Samruddhi Suresh Khandare | Prof. Sushopti Gawadeunnamed

Volume 04 Issue 02 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 41-45

Abstract – The digital world that we stand today is due to the different advancements in automation and sciences, modernization and latest innovations. At present, each and every country wishes to be totally digitized so that the nation will be legitimized in a superior way. The term Digital India depicts the concern of using the various Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) such as mobile phones, personal computers, Tabs, televisions, etc. The Digital India Campaign is the visionary venture of the Indian Government to revamp our country into smart, economy cautious and digitally legitimized nation. The Government of India wishes to rebuild India with excellent and acceptable administration for the citizens and by creating co-ordination and synchronization of responsibilities among the citizens. The Digital India Campaign aims in connecting the people of India digitally and to transfer the various Government services and programs with the help of ICT.

KeywordsICT, Agriculture, Digital India, Online National Agriculture Trading Market, e-sagu; Digital Green

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