CELEBRATION OF DIGITAL INDIA WEEK @GTU


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Digital India-A programme to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy
 
Digital India is a Programme to prepare India for a knowledge future.
 
The focus is on being transformative to realize IT + IT = IT
 
The focus is on making technology central to enabling change
 
To contribute actively in the Digital India Mission, Gujarat Technological University celebrated Digital India Week Successfully. GTU requested all its affiliated colleges to celebrate Digital India Week. Many GTU affiliated college celebrated Digital India Week between 1st to 7th July 2015 by organizing a Workshop, an Expert Lecture, a Poster Competition, a Quiz Competition, an Essay Competition, a Webpage/Blog Design completion or any other creative activities on any of the one day between 1st July 2015 to 7th July 2015.
Let us all work together for a Digital India!, by keeping this in mind Gujarat Technological University organized concluding session of Digital India Week on 8th July at its Chandkheda Campus. Around 80 Students, Faculty Members and Entrepreneurs participated enthusiastically in this Concluding Session. Mr. Devesh Kumar, GM (IT) of BSNL and Dr.Kalpesh Parikh-IT Advisor of GTU were invited as an experts for the Concluding Session of Digital India Week.
 
Concluding Session of Digital India Week, started with the welcome address by Shri J C Lilani- I/C Registrar of GTU. He explained that Aim of the programme is to spread awareness in the society. We have to play a vital role. After that Prof.Krutika Bhagwat explained about the various activities done by GTU during Digital India Week. GTU had organized various Hackathons, Contests, Seminars, Workshops etc to contribute towards Digital India Mission
 
Mr. Devesh Kumar, GM(IT) of BSNL,Chief Guest of this event, gave insights on the ‘Changing Scenario of Broadband’. He represented BSNL’s plans for Digital India which included Wi-Fi and though which all can enjoy high internet speed up to 20 Mbps at various public places like River front or Kankaria on phone by 2017.
He further explained that, now a revolution will be seen in next couple of years in internet speed on smart phone. All Telecom operators, including BSNL is starting wi-fi service. As far as BSNL is concerned test is completed and tested 20 Mbps speed on mobile phone on wi-fi media. BSNL has decided Hot Spots across the country. Because speed requirement and technology up gradation both in wire line and wireless segment, definition of Broad Band (BB) connection was revised by Government in the year 2013 and minimum speed with 512 Kbps will be considered as BB connection. So in BB in wire line speed up to 100 Mbps is available on fibre and in BB on wireless segment speed up to 20 Mbps will be available in near future. At present Total BB connections in the country are 61 million plus with wired BB connections as 14 million and rest in wireless segment, he added.
 
Now any citizen can get land/house records, can book online complaints to any corporation authority, State Govt/Central Govt authority, Pay online tax, Bills of Electricity, Gas, Telephone, book Air / Railway /GSRTC tickets, use online banking to transfer fund, print pass book, make fixed deposits , book LPG etc. Meaning to say all these works can be carried out irrespective of time constraints, any time in the day say 2 o’clock in the morning one can pay tax, one can book railway ticket and that too without any Human Involvement. This saves lots of time, energy, fuel and saved time and energy can be used for other productive work by which you can increase your income their by increasing GDP of the country, he elaborated.
 
Digital India is an initiative of the Government of India to integrate the government departments and the people of India to ensure effective governance. Ultimate goal is to ensure that the government services are made available to citizens electronically by reducing paperwork at all levels by connecting all Gram Panchayats through NOFN. (National Optical Fiber Network) On its completion, NOFN is expected to facilitate broadband connectivity to over 600 million rural citizens of the country by connecting 2.5 Lakhs Gram panchayat on fiber by 100 Mbps speed. BSNL has major role in providing connectivity to all Gram Panchayats across the country, he said.
 
 
 
 
Dr. Kalpesh Parikh, IT Advisor of GTU said that for making Digital India we have to move from passive mode to active mode. He spoke on 6th Pillar of Digital India-Information for All. We all are information hungry person, none of us looks for information, information comes to us. He emphasized that we have to see all technology give us final output. We all need to have Digital Identity. The Online World will be connected by Internet and human beings may become Devices or technical entities.
 
 
 
Dr. Rajul Gajjar, Officiating Vice Chancellor said in the Ceremony that the movement has already started. She became happy to see all young faces during the events, as young India is able to make Digital India. She explained that, Wonderful transition is going on. There will be lots of other opportunities. Many larger pictures to be evolved. Just imagine one pillar of zero electronic import. After crude oil, electronics is the second largest goods, which are being imported. This will be courageous decision. If we become totally self-reliant, it will be momentous road for every domains like electronic, computer, electric, mechanical, civil, chemical etc. It will touch & transform our lives. After that Faculties for various GTU affiliated colleges gave brief presentation on How Digital India Week had been celebrated at their colleges. Students, Entrepreneurs gave presentation about Digital India related Projects. Students also presented their Projects and Posters related to Digital India.
 
 
Dr. Akshai Aggarwal-Hon’ble Vice Chancellor of GTU has always been driving force behind any such event. He inspired and motivated the entire Digital India Week keeping in tune with Government of India’s similar programme.
 
Concluding session of Digital India Week had been successfully coordinated by Mr. Naresh Jadeja, Mr.Sanjay Trivedi,Toral Vandara, Nidhi Thakore,Krutika Bhagwat,Rutika Ghariya, Hemal Nayak, Raj Hakani, Tosha Shukla,Mitesh Solanki and Conference Section of GTU. Session ended with the vote of thanks and distributions of certificates to all participants.
 
Dr. Akshai Aggarwal-Hon’ble Vice Chancellor of GTU has always been driving force behind any such event. He inspired and motivated the entire Digital India Week keeping in tune with Government of India’s similar programme.
 
Concluding session of Digital India Week had been successfully coordinated by Mr. Naresh Jadeja, Mr.Sanjay Trivedi,Toral Vandara, Nidhi Thakore,Krutika Bhagwat,Rutika Ghariya, Hemal Nayak, Raj Hakani, Tosha Shukla,Mitesh Solanki and Conference Section of GTU. Session ended with the vote of thanks and distributions of certificates to all participants.
 

 

 

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