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Haryana, e-governance, SARAL, e-services, Manohar Lal Khattar

Haryana adds six more e-governance services to SARAL e-services platform

Haryana has added six more e-governance services to its online platform SARAL. With this now as many as 100 citizen-centric services pertaining to 12 departments of the state are available on a single platform.
Infosys says that it will follow the culture and ethos of Infosys, especially its culture of adhering to high corporate governance standards which was championed by its founder Narayan Murthy. (Photo/Agency)

Culture of high corporate governance championed by Narayana Murthy will be followed: Infosys Board

Infosys reiterated that it will follow the culture and ethos of Infosys, especially its culture of adhering to high corporate governance standards which was championed by its founder Narayan Murthy.
Lakshmi Narayanan, Vice Chairman of the Board, Cognizant

Lakshmi Narayanan and Thomas M. Wendel to say good bye to Cognizant board

Lakshmi Narayanan and Thomas M. Wendel will not be seeking re-election at the company’s 2017 annual meeting, said Cognizant
The Union Minister for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Nirmala Sitharaman along with the Minister of State for Finance and Corporate Affairs, Anurag Singh Thakur arrives at Parliament House to present the General Budget 2021-22. (Photo: PIB)

Budget 2021 hinges on augmenting economic recovery with emphasis on self-reliance: Top CXOs

Union Budget 2021 hinges on augmenting economic recovery while laying emphasis on self-reliance. This year’s Union Budget has a strong focus on healthcare with increased spending, says industry leaders.
Union Budget, Union Budget 2021, Budget Speech, Budget 2021 highlights, Budget 2021 Announcements, Nirmala Sitharaman, Finance Minister

‘Budget 2021 is more of infrastructure, healthcare and disinvestment budget’

Fiscal Deficit, Disinvestment, Expenditure & Administrative Reforms were the theme of the budget 2021 speech of the Finance Minister, Nirmala Sitharaman.
Digital Senate

Digital Senate 2021

Public Sector The awards categories are open to all kinds of public sector organisations including government departments, PSU and state corporations. BFSI In BFSI, Banks, Insurance Companies, NBFCs, MFIs, Housing Finance Companies and Corporates providing services or solutions to the BFSI sector can apply. Cyber Security Organisations that are dealing in cyber security space such as cyber security companies and government organisation can nominate their projects. Individual Other than the organisations, Digital Senate will also recognise and confer awards and recognition to technology leaders who have immensely contributed for the promotion of innovation, excellence and use of technology under CIO, CXO, CISO and GovTech categories. Enrich your knowledge on latest development in technology Network and connect with experts, speakers and attendees Chat with your peers and share your views Download brochures and other exhibit materials Give your feedback on each session Replay on demand sessions at your convenience Selfie-Booth for social media promotion Connect with target...
IT minister Ravi Shankar Prasad launched NIC Centre of Excellence (CoE) on Blockchain Technology at Bengaluru. (Photo: Twitter/@rsprasad)

IT Minister vouches for blockchain technology to improve govt schools education

Ravi Shankar Prasad asked NIC, an e-governance arm of Ministry of IT to come up with innovative blockchain technology-based solutions
Maha govt launches Aaple Sarkar chatbot to deliver e-gov services

Maha govt launches Aaple Sarkar chatbot to deliver e-gov services

The Government of Maharashtra has partnered with Haptik to develop a chatbot for the purposes of effective information dissemination, as part of the Right to Services Act of 2015.
Why 2019 will be the year of Blockchain?

Why 2019 will be the year of Blockchain?

Blockchain sector raised over $20 billion in 2018 to create the fastest profitable Unicorn in history and this is likely to further grow in 2019.
Dan Sommer, Global Market Intelligence lead at Qlik

Top 5 BI Trends 2019: Analytics to become more pervasive

In 2019, analytics will be more pervasive, and even re-shape business processes and also focus will shift from simply putting data in one place, to having one view of the data, says Dan Sommer, Market Intelligence at Qlik
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