Pratima Suryawanshi, Vani N. Laturkar


We all know that India is becoming a technological hub with a great contribution to the massive demand of changing technological requirements. Therefore, to come in this mainstream Govt. of India introduced its one of the flagship program called Digital India that covers all Government ministries and Departments. It bounds together countless and considers into a solitary, huge vision so that each of them can be brought into reality as one of the feature of this objective. Digital India needs need to be brought into reality by all Government machineries with the help of coordination by Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY). And this digitization is definitely going to add value to the working of Government mechanism in the hotcake development zones. Each of those zones is actually a perplexing system and therefore cuts over various ministries and departments. This review makes an endeavor to comprehend the part of Digital India as a program to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy in real sense. This review paper additionally also makes an attempt to know the nine main pillars of Digital India and its present status in the nation and furthermore to grasp the key projects and initiatives if Digital India.


Digital India, e-Kranti, Nine pillars, Transformation, Digilocker, Digital projects


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