CSI Seminar – “E-Governance”: 22 November 2017

The National Commission on Women sponsored a Quiz competition which organized by the Women Cell of the College. The theme was the quiz was competition was Legal Rights of the Women. This was organized as per the guidelines of NCW, where the quiz was given to the students containing 40 questions. The event was organized on 24th November 2017, which was attended by 70 students. Before the quiz, a Conference was held; the speakers were Mr. Subhash Sharma, Artist, Nagar Nigam, Udaipur, Dr. Rashi Mathur, Ms. Raksha Sharma and Shamil Shekh. The bstudents were given brief notes in hard copy and detailed lecture in soft on Smart Campus. Eight students were given cash prize amounting Rs 8500 by the NCW. 

A seminar on “E-Governance” was organized by CSI Student Branch 22nd November 2017 the expert speaker was Dr Mazher Hussain, Additional District Officer, National Informatics Centre (NIC), Collectorate Udaipur. Dr Archana Golwalkar, CSI SBC shared the objective of the session as to make the students aware of e-governance setup, objectives, initiatives, applications and more. Dr Khan stressed on the past, present and future of e-governance in India and shared the journey of transformation till date and urged the youth to make the most of the facilities showcased by the government and the ground-breaking efforts. He also discussed the technology involved and its working along with the digital divide and the urban and rural modalities. Transparency, ease of use and other benefits. The session was very interactive and participants came to know the e-governance initiatives taken by the Indian Government for public interest.

A seminar on “E-Governance” was organized by CSI Student Branch 22nd November 2017 the expert speaker was Dr Mazher Hussain, Additional District Officer, National Informatics Centre (NIC), Collectorate Udaipur. Dr Archana Golwalkar, CSI SBC shared the objective of the session as to make the students aware of e-governance setup, objectives, initiatives, applications and more. Dr Khan stressed on the past, present and future of e-governance in India and shared the journey of transformation till date and urged the youth to make the most of the facilities showcased by the government and the ground-breaking efforts. He also discussed the technology involved and its working along with the digital divide and the urban and rural modalities. Transparency, ease of use and other benefits. The session was very interactive and participants came to know the e-governance initiatives taken by the Indian Government for public interest.

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