Digital India was a campaign that was launched by the Narendra Modi led government on 1st July 2015 in an endeavour to make the country digitally empowered. Digital India would ensure that the Government services are available to the Indians electronically through better online infrastructure. Through the initiative, the Government of India would ensure that the rural areas are connected with high-speed internet networks. The Digital India initiative has three major components – development of secure and stable digital infrastructure, delivering government services digitally, and universal digital literacy. There is a huge number of services that would be made available to the Indian citizens under the Digital India initiative.
mygov.in is a platform which would enable sharing of ideas and inputs on matters of government policies. ehospital application would make important services like payment of bills, online registration etc through the portal. eSign allows Indian citizens to sign any document using the Aadhar authentication. To enhance the transparency in government offices, attendance.gov.in was launched to keep a track record of the attendance in government offices on a real-time basis. eSampark was the initiative to have the email portals like Gmail, Microsoft Office, Rediff offer their services in local languages in order to have more Indians in the rural areas with their own email ids.