Digitization is more than just technical implementation. It includes the use of technology to transform businesses, enterprises, and governments to make the experience better, communication more effective, and work simpler. Although ambitious, these efforts marked a major paradigm shift in governance and service delivery planning.
The National Urban Digital Mission aims to establish a shared digital infrastructure to strengthen the scale and speed of the urban ecosystem to solve complex problems. It is a public product that provides basic digital building blocks, ready-to-use platforms, standards, specifications, and frameworks for ecosystem participants. Soon, the Indian government will implement the National Urban Digital Mission in Jharkhand, because the new plan will be discussed by a four-member team from the National Institute of Urban Affairs and the Minister of Urban Development and Housing.
This will include many services including taxation, cleaning, trade permits and map approvals that are online in all our institutions. In addition, there is a system for tracking solid waste management in the National Urban Digital Mission Committee. On this occasion, Hitesh Vaidya, Director of the National Institute of Urban Affairs, said: “We will celebrate this achievement at the national level. The delivery of technology-based urban facilities in more than 4,400 municipal institutions across the country has improved the transparency of municipal facilities. , To enable the central and state governments to have accountability and equal cooperation in fulfilling this mission, thereby bringing about positive changes in the standard of life,” which will boast a centralized digital infrastructure that will be used in the urban areas of the state to provide all Citizen-centric services, which will also help monitor and provide timely citizen services to improve urban governance.
The central portal will be part of the proposed national urban digital mission and will be implemented in the state through the state urban development department. The plan was discussed at a meeting between officials of the National Urban Development Department and a four-member delegation led by the director of the National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA) Hitesh Vaidya. Through digitalization, government services can reach citizens in the most remote areas.
Due to the physical infrastructure, digitization is driving progress in our country and filling in the gaps. Jharkhand is also one of those states that often stay the same, but through the National Urban Digital Mission, it will definitely be recognized and gain more development in digitalization.
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