Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Digital India Week 2022 in India on Monday. Apart from inaugurating the event in Gandhinagar, PM Modi also launched four new digital programs in India. These schemes are Digital India Bhashini, Digital India Genesis, Indiastack.global and MyScheme. Also Read – Foxconn Chairman Meets Prime Minister Modi to Discuss Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Plan in India
Digital India Bhashini Program
This program will enable easy access to internet and digital services in Indian languages, including voice-based access. It will also help in creating content in Indian languages. In addition to this, the program will focus on creating AI-based language technology solutions for Indian languages, as well as creating multilingual datasets. The government says the Digital India Bhashini program will enable massive citizen engagement to create these datasets through a crowdsourcing initiative called BhashaDaan. Also read – Petrol and diesel are getting cheaper: Here’s how much you have to pay now
GENESIS of digital India
Digital India GENESIS stands for Gen-next Support for Innovative Startups. It intends to create a national Deep-tech startup platform, with the aim of discovering, supporting, developing and creating successful startups in Tier II and Tier III cities of India. This scheme has a total expenditure of ₹750 Crore. Also Read – 6G connectivity will come to India by the end of this decade, says Prime Minister Modi on TRAI’s 25th anniversary
Indiastack.global is a global repository of key projects implemented under India Stack like Aadhaar, UPI, Digilocker, Cowin Vaccination Platform, Government e-Marketplace (GeM), DIKSHA Platform and Ayushman Bharat Digital Health Mission. This offering of India to the Global Public Digital Assets Repository will help position India as a leader in building digital transformation projects at population scale and will prove to be of immense help to others. countries seeking such technological solutions.
MyScheme is a service discovery platform that facilitates access to government schemes. It aims to offer a one-stop search and discovery portal where users can find programs for which they are eligible. Along with this program, PM Modi also announced the Meri Pehchaan program which aims to provide a single set of credentials to multiple online applications or services.
Finally, PM Modi also announced the first cohort of 30 institutions that will be supported under the Chips to Startup (C2S) program. In particular, the C2S program aims to train the workforce in the field of semiconductor chip design at bachelor’s, master’s and research levels, and to promote the growth of startups working in the field of semiconductor design. -drivers in India. It offers mentorship at the organizational level and provides institutions with state-of-the-art design facilities.
“India is working towards the target of bringing electronics manufacturing to over $300 billion in the next three-four years,” Prime Minister Modi said on the occasion.
“India wants to become a chipmaker from a chipmaker,” he added.
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