In his Independence Day discourse, the Prime Minister of India talked about Digital India, where each resident has admittance to Internet availability and there is great administration through eGovernance.
Computerized India project is an umbrella system to get ready India for an information based change. It means to give greatly required push to the nine mainstays of development, to be specific – broadband parkways and other initiatives for electronic conveyance of administrations; data for all; gadgets fabricating; data innovation for employments; early collect projects.
Broadband for all Rural:
Digital India Mission will cover 250000 gram panchayats for broadband connectivity till December 2016. In first year, It will approach 50000 villages and net 2nd and 3rd year the target to expand in 200000 villages. The total budget granted is 32000 crore. Department of Telecommunications is implementing this mission on the ground of reality.
Broadband for all Urban:
For urban development, Digital India mission will provide Virtual Network Operators for service delivery. Digital India mission will change the rule to facilitate corporate and business needs and develop essential communication infrastructures to cater the global requirements.
National Information Infrastructure (NII):
Digital India mission plans to develop a strong national information infrastructure till the March, 2017. INR 15,686 Cr. for this planning has been granted. Department of electronics and Information Technology is the nodal body to implement this plan.
To make a highly efficient Broadband Highway, department of electronics and Information Technology popularly known as DeitY has divided this development into 3 parts;
State Wide Area Network (SWAN)
Under the umbrella of this project, specialized and monetary help are being given to the States and Union Territories for setting up SWAN to unite all State/UT Headquarters up to the Block level by means of District and sub-Divisional Headquarters, in a vertiginous various leveled structure with a base data transmission limit of 2 Mbps per connection link. Each of the State/UT can upgrade the data transfer capacity up to 34 Mbps in the middle of State HQ and District HQ and upto 8 Mbps in the middle of District HQ and Block HQ relying on the use.
National Knowledge Network (NKN)
The National Knowledge Network (NKN) is a progressive cutting edge multi-gigabit container Indian asset sharing network system went for digitally joining every national universities, schools and research foundations to make ‘nationwide virtual classrooms’.
National Optical Fiber Network (NOFN)
There is an arrangement to join all the 2,50,000 Gram panchayats in the nation. This will be finished by using existing filaments of PSUs like Baharat Sanchar Nigam Limited, Indian Railways’s Railtel and Power Grid Corporation and laying incremental fiber to unite with Gram Panchayats wherever fundamental. Dull fiber arrange in this way made will be focused by suitable innovation therefore making adequate transfer speed at the Gram Panchayats. This will be known as the National Optical Fiber Network (NOFN). Therefore availability hole between Gram Panchayats and Blocks will be filled.
The NOFN undertaking is assessed to cost about Rs. 20,000 Cr. It is proposed to be finished in 2 years’ chance. The venture will be subsidized by the Universal Service Obligation Fund (USOF).