Conclusive Research Design and Development of Digital India Campaign: Scope and Challenges

  • Bakshi D
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The introduction of digitalization is the beginning of the digital revolution. It is the backbone of the fourth industrial revolution. It is a dream built by the BJP Government of India. With this dream the Government made it sure that public services are available to all the citizens of the country, not to leave the remote areas, definitely by improving internet connectivity and online infrastructure. Jio was the example which was initiated by the Government. The mission of the program was to make India stronger digitally and economically. Right from its launch, it has taken a lot of praise from various sectors of the economy. It will encourage people to connect with various sectors and come with new startup ideas and will also encourage entrepreneurship which can solve the major problem of unemployment. But to implement was a major hurdle. There were many speed breakers for successful implementation like illiteracy (digital), bad infrastructure, slow internet speed, etc. The purpose of my study is to study the scope and challenges faced by the country. We will also try to take out the solutions which can be helpful to the Government in the successful implementation of the program and make India a Digitally proven country.




Bakshi, Dr. R., & Watts, Dr. S. (2019). Conclusive Research Design and Development of Digital India Campaign: Scope and Challenges. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(4), 7899–7903.

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