The book ``Information Technology and E-Governance: A Focus on IT Revolution`` has been divided into two parts, as Part One and Part Two. Part One is more concerned with Industry and business, with particular reference to IT Industry, Government with particular reference to its policy and programmes, legal people and professionals and also the general public who would be interested to know the latest IT related developments. Part Two is more students and public oriented and explains how IT can transform the society.
Part One :
* National e-governance action plan. The components of NeGP covering 26 Mission Mode Projects and eight support components.
* Review of Information Technology Act by the Expert Committee and the Information Technology (Amendment) Bill 2006; the key provisions of the Act covering matters like authentication of electronic records using digital signatures.
* E-filing : MCA-21 e-Governance project, providing and overview of MCA 21. How the process of e-filing works?
* E-Secuity: Hazards on the internet via virus or otherwise.
* Online contracts: How online contracts are entered into and how to conclude valid online contracts.
* IT applications in banking/Electronic banking: How IT has become enmeshed as one of the most critical component of the overall strategy of business operations including banking operations.
* IT and Judiciary: Computerisation in courts. How technology will be the enabler for an efficient court relationship management system.
* IT and Business applications: The importance of IT for better corporate management being stressed through chapters on: e-commerce, Internet, Business information, computer application, depository, IPR and Right to Information.
* Business Process Outsourcing: BPO opportunities and clarifying how technology convergence, groupware, broadband networks and workflow applications continue to promote outsourcing of discrete or related business functions.
* Policy and Programmes of the Government based on website www.mit.gov.in
* Current trends and developments: this section helps you posted with key developments in the IT industry and technical advances and other key initiatives undertaken in this sector.
Part Two :
* In the words of the President, a chapter on ``How IT can transform the society`` and another chapter on Dr Kalam`s PURA model (as an instrument of social transformation).
* Elaborate coverage on & E-learning & Practical strategies involved in e-learning, co-relating computer technologies to e-learning concept.
* Key chapters on computer fundamentals totally numbering 23, such as computer software, programming languages, Telecommunications and networks, Electronic commerce etc.
* To supplement learner`s needs, `Know your IT, and `Glossary` have been included, as separate sections.
* Courses, Training and careers: The making of an IT career has been explained elaborately through a detailed section.
* Citizen centric measures : This means ``Taking technology to villages``.
* The coverage relates to various initiatives such as in the area of land records, ``Bhoomi`` in Karnataka and CARD, that is computer aided registration of deeds in Andhra Pradesh, district level FRIENDS kiosks in kerala etc.
* STOP PRESS : Latest developments, such as amendments to IT Act, e-filing in court, tax holiday for IT industry, broadband connectivity at 2 mbps, 10th national conference on e-governance and the introduction of the bill to check IT crimes.
|Book :||Information Technology and E-Governance|
Book ID :16072
ISBN 13 :9788122424546
Year of Publication :2008
Edition :First Edition
New Age International (P) Limited
Weight :1 Kg.