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There is a very little impact of digital programs on marginalized groups in India

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Provide relief in any form to small farmers as a direct benefit transfer

Provide relief in any form to small farmers as a direct benefit transfer

New Delhi: June 18, 2017 Credit flows to agriculture under Priority Sector Lending-PSL display considerable seasonality not explained by cropping patterns. The Task Force on Credit Related Issues…

The e-Governance services promised in rural India is still in their infancy

The e-Governance services promised in rural India is still in their infancy

ICTpost Governance Bureau When the focus on e-Governance started in the late nineties in India, the Internet connectivity was abysmally poor. In rural India, there was practically no…

Develop an international mechanism in combating cyber crime

Develop an international mechanism in combating cyber crime

By Denis Sverdlov Recently Russia has become one of the leading internet powers of the world.  Today in the terms of the use of users of the internet…

eSchool

There is a very little impact of digital programs on marginalized groups in India

There is a very little impact of digital programs on marginalized groups in India

ICTpost Governance Bureau Marginalized communities are communities in underserved areas, both urban and rural, that…

Invest in girls’ education to break cycle of poverty

Invest in girls’ education to break cycle of poverty

PTI  NEW DELHI: Investing in education of girls, especially the most marginalized, is required to…

Reduce poverty by tackling 3Es – education, employability and employment

Reduce poverty by tackling 3Es – education, employability and employment

ICTpost Education Bureau India has a formidable set up of engineering and technical institutions. However,…

Indian B-schools grow only in quantity, not quality

Indian B-schools grow only in quantity, not quality

ICTpost Education Bureau Private education is big business in India. KPMG pegs the industry at…

India’s mobile phone e-learning transformation

India’s mobile phone e-learning transformation

ICTpost Education Bureau Smart-phone use is nearly ubiquitous among young adults. About 32 percent of…

Health IT

Broadband: A future direction in Indian healthcare

Broadband: A future direction in Indian healthcare

By ICTpost eGovernance Bureau As health care moves into the digital age, high-speed access to the Internet will become increasingly important for both health care providers and patients.…

How Cloud Computing in healthcare can serve disaster response

How Cloud Computing in healthcare can serve disaster response

ICTpost Cloud Computing Bureau Natural disasters provide an absolute reminder that medical imaging providers need to have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan that accounts for data protection, as…

Health literacy: Addressing the health and education cleft

Health literacy: Addressing the health and education cleft

ICTpost Healthcare Bureau Millions of people in India are at risk for not understanding health instructions. We know the crisis exists, but we haven’t developed strategies to move…

GIS gives opportunity to send real-time data in healthcare

GIS gives opportunity to send real-time data in healthcare

ICTpost Health IT Bureau  Geo-spatial technologies can be instrumental in more than one ways to help public healthcare activities throughout their life-cycle. As shown in the figure, GIS…

BFSI

Provide relief in any form to small farmers as a direct benefit transfer

Provide relief in any form to small farmers as a direct benefit transfer

New Delhi: June 18, 2017 Credit flows to agriculture under Priority Sector Lending-PSL display considerable seasonality not explained by cropping patterns.…

The problems in Indian banking system lie into policy and structure

The problems in Indian banking system lie into policy and structure

New Delhi: June 3, 2017 Banking is hobbled by policy, which creates double financial repression, and by structural factors, which impede…

Financial Education in India: Basics and Beyond

Financial Education in India: Basics and Beyond

By S. S. Mundra, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India Customers who are financially literate would demand information and thereby play an…

Smart City

Why one should adopt FOSS at all?

Why one should adopt FOSS at all?

By Mr. M. K. Yadava  The Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) movement to me means adoption of GNU/Linux based computing devices and systems in all walks…

SecureIT

Taking on cyber threats in Indian Banking – The Sensible way

Taking on cyber threats in Indian Banking – The Sensible way

 By  Harun R Khan, Deputy Governor, Reserve Bank of India For the financial sector specifically, there is a need to look into the extant IT environment, since there…

mHealth

How Cloud Computing in healthcare can serve disaster response

How Cloud Computing in healthcare can serve disaster response

ICTpost Cloud Computing Bureau Natural disasters provide an absolute reminder that medical imaging providers need to have a comprehensive disaster recovery plan that accounts for data protection,…