DigiLockerMeriPehchaan (NSSO) is a user authentication service in which single set of credentials provides access to multiple online applications or services. The platform offers various benefits such as strengthening password policy, reducing risk of data breach, centralized access control, reduced IT workloads and most importantly ease of doing business. Also, it reduces authentication infrastructure and identity management complexity, subsequently, decreasing the cost while increasing the security.Over 196 million users are registered and over 1992 services had been implemented across the country through DigiLockerMeriPehchaan platform.

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API Setu : Open API Platform

APISetu is an Open API Platform from Ministry of Electronics and IT, Government of India. One the major objectives of the platform are to build open and interoperable digital platform to enable seamless service delivery across government silos. One of the aims of the platform is to enable and promote safe and reliable sharing of information and data across various e-Governance applications and systems.API Setu aims to bring digital transformation. It is based on Government’s Open API policy to ensure swift, transparent and secure exchange of information across diverse digital domains.

APISetu hosts a vast number of APIs that are published and consumed by various government and private entities, who in turn can develop user-centric innovative products for various sectors such as health, education, business etc. As on date APISetu has more than 1800 partners with more than 4200 published APIs. The platform records approximately 6 Crore transactions every month.

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India Stack Global

India Stack Global has been launched to showcase the India Stack and its building blocks globally. At present, 15 key projects/platforms namely (1) Aadhaar, (2) UPI, (3) Co-Win, (4) API Setu, (5) DigiLocker, (6) Aarogya Setu, (7) Government eMarketplace (GeM), (8) UMANG, (9) Diksha, (10) E-Sanjeevani, (11) E-Hospital, (12) E-Office, (13) E-Court, (14) POSHAN Tracker and (15) NCD Platform. The informational service made available at the portal of India Stack Global in all UN languages.

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National AI Portal (INDIAai)

The National AI portal ( was launched on May 30,2020. The portal is the constant and dynamic source of knowledge on AI and related topics. The portal is focused on creating and nurturing a unified AI ecosystem for driving excellence and leadership in India’s AI journey, to foster economic growth and improve lives through it. INDIAai on the regular basis publishes AI related articles, news, government initiatives, research reports and case studies. INDIAai now has a user generated content feature, contributing 15% of submissions to our content pipeline.

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Poshan Tracker

The ‘Poshan Tracker’ is a mobile based application rolled out by the Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India on 1st March 2021 through National e-Governance Division (NeGD), Poshan Tracker is an important governance tool. Technology under Poshan Tracker is being leveraged for dynamic identification of stunting, wasting, under-weight prevalence among children and last mile tracking of nutrition service delivery.

Job-aid to the Anganwadi worker for efficient delivery of services along with reflection of their efforts.
Critical and beneficiary-centric service delivery Application under POSHAN Tracker Promote real time data with analytics.
13,96,946 Anganwadi Centres with 10.12 Cr beneficiaries registered

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User Experience for Government Applications (UX4G)

An initiative under the Digital India Programme, is prioritizes the needs of Users’ by implementing a citizen-centric approach to User Experience (UX). It aims to ease the users’ journey when availing services digitally; facilitating personalized digital interfaces that are visually appealing, efficient, and accessible. The main goal is to promote better UI/UX practices and provide ready-to-use standard digital mock-ups, prototypes, CSS, images etc, and reusable Design Components. Additionally, UX4G is to support Product Managers, and UI/UX Designers Team from Government Departments by providing necessary handholding to improve the quality of User Experience.

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The MeitY Quantum Computing Applications Lab

Quantum Computing Applications Lab identifies quantum computing problem statements for experimentation from central and state government ministries, government agencies, research institutions, start-ups and academia. This is MeitY’s first initiative in the country to provide scientific, academic, and developer communities with access to a quantum computing development environment in the cloud.

This Quantum Computing Applications Lab enables the scientific, research and developer community with access to quantum computing on cloud and provides access to a fully managed quantum computing service on the AWS cloud that helps researchers and developers get started with the technology to accelerate research and discovery. The Lab provides selected applicants with no-cost access to quantum computing hardware, simulators, and programming tools on-demand, including access to the broad range of AWS Cloud services, enabling them to build algorithms, conduct advanced simulations, and run experiments.

The objective of the MeitY Quantum Computing Application Lab is to:

  • Accelerate India’s progress in quantum computing R&D including skilling.
  • Demonstrate social impact through cloud quantum computing technology by supporting experiments and development of prototype solutions across sectors such as financial services, chemical engineering, material sciences, agriculture and healthcare domains and others.

Till now, two rounds of call for proposals have been invited.

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Capacity Building

“Vision is to empower Central and State Governments to augment Digital India transformative initiatives.”

The division is entrusted with a crucial mission to augment of the competency requirements of the Government officers of Central line Ministries & State/UT, which help for the speedy implementation of the Digital India transformative initiatives. The projects aim to build internal capacities in Government to enable Digital Governance as a larger reform of Government service delivery and functioning. Progressive technologies such as AI, Blockchain, Data Analytics, Drones, Cloud etc. have become a critical facilitator for Governance.

It has a highly profound role in driving optimization and efficiency across all sectors.

  1. The comprehensive training programmes encompass a range of topics, including the implementation of e-Governance processes, the adoption and adaptation of Digital India initiatives/platforms, the utilisation of emerging technologies in government operations, the examination of national and international technological landscapes, the development of capacities for roles such as CIO/CISO/CTO etc., the orientation of national policies/guidelines/frameworks, consultative workshops, virtual masterclasses focused on preparedness for the future, as well as long and short term courses covering relevant subject areas.

A total of 192 training programmes/workshops have been organised, with a cumulative participation of over 20, 043 participants.

  1. The State e-Mission Team (SeMT) comprises a group of experts who are attached with the IT department of a State or Union Territory. Their primary role is to offer technical and professional assistance to the State’s decision-making and policy-formulating entities, known as the State Apex Committee. The establishment of these entities has been undertaken within the framework of the governmental structure with the aim of augmenting the internal professional capabilities. The goal is to enable States/UTs to effectively implement e-Government programs, leading to improved service delivery, transparency, and efficiency in governance.
  2. The Learning Management System serves as a platform for enhancing the technological competencies of Government officials. It is designed to facilitate the implementation of the ‘Karmayogi Programme’, which aims to revolutionise capacity building in the Government sector by equipping officials with future-oriented skills and knowledge. Currently, the platform is being utilised by over 4.45 lakh learners.

In pursuit of these goals, the division strive for excellence, innovation, and collaboration. It work closely with stakeholders, including decision makers, managers, implementer, and States/UTs, to ensure that training programs and support initiatives are tailored to their specific needs. The expertise of the team and forge partnerships with relevant organizations to provide the highest quality resources and guidance.

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Awareness and Communication Project

Awareness and Communication (A&C) project is an integral component of the Digital India Programme. A&C performs the crucial role of generating and raising the level of awareness about Digital India, related services and schemes amongst diverse stakeholders across the country. The main objectives of A&C activities are:

Expand visibility of Digital India Programme : Project’s aim is to inform, educate, communicate to the citizens about various initiatives under “Digital India Programme”, thereby empowering them and establish the brand “Digital India”  by way of effective branding exercise across various platforms- Mass media, Rural Outreach,  Social media, events etc.

Help citizens understand benefits of Digital India initiatives

Facilitate demand creation for various services leading to more adoption of services:

  • Increase in downloads of app based services
  • Increase in likes on Social Media platforms

There are various activities that are conducted under the A&C project as mentioned below:-

Events: end to end event management of national and international events including branding, stage management, interviews, social media, publicity through advertising in Newspapers, Radio, Outdoor Media etc.

  • International: G20 DEWG Meetings, GPAI 2023, GCCS 2017
  • National: Digital India Week, Padma Awards, Inter-Ministerial Conference on Cyber Security

Social Media Posts

  • Twitter (DI: 2 Million )
  • Facebook (DI: 4 Million)
  • LinkedIn (DI: 56k)
  • Koo (DI: 6K)
  • Youtube (DI: 53k)
  • Instagram (DI: 478k)

MeitY Channels

  • Twitter (MEITY: 3k)
  • Facebook (MEITY: 154k)
  • Koo (MEITY: 1k )
  • Youtube (MEITY: 433)

NeGD Channels

  • Twitter (NeGD 10k)
  • Facebook (NeGD 12k)

Mass Media Activities across Electronic (TV & Radio) and Print Media

Outdoor Media

Content Creation

  • Press Releases
  • Website Content
  • Social Media Posts
  • Newsletter

Video Production

  • Testimonial Videos
  • Production of Short Videos on key initiatives/services of Digital India
  • Video on Digital India Programme for PM Events
  • Designing
  • Social Media Posts
  • Brochures
  • eBooks
  • Flyers
  • Standees, Banner and Backdrops
  • Website Page
  • Logos

Outreach Campaigns

  • Van based outreach campaigns
  • Digital India Awareness Campaign at Universities & Colleges
  • Digital India Awareness Campaign at Delhi Metro Stations

Other Work

  • Digital India Tableau
  • Digital India Experience Zones Exhibits
  • India International Trade Fairs


    • Procurement of Digital India branded collaterals- Bags, Pens, Note Pads, Mugs, Pen Drives, Caps, T-Shirts etc.

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Learning Management System (LMS)

 Learning Management System (LMS) in e-Governance is a pioneering project under Digital India Programme initiated by the Government of India in 2015, with a vision of transforming India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy by leveraging IT as a growth engine.

Learning Management System (LMS) is a software application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting and delivery of electronic courses (e-learning) and training programs.

As a capacity building tool, LMS facilitates efficient administration of e-learning and training for various government officials both at centre and states/union territories. It has the objective of enhancing knowledge and skills of users as per their roles envisaged in the e-Governance Competency Framework (eGCF).

  • 5537539 Beneficiaries, 30468 e-Content, 9623 Learning sessions and 117 departments

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Digital India Corporation has developed, a digital marketplace that showcases exquisite handmade products while fostering economic empowerment and preserving India’s rich cultural heritage. It is an initiative of the Ministry of Textiles to showcase some of the world’s oldest and most traditional crafts in India. The main motive behind this online eCommerce portal is to provide a platform for weavers and artisans to sell their handloom and handicraft items online in India, paving the way for their financial and social empowerment. This will also help in promoting the skills of artisans and weavers while eliminating the intermediaries.

These crafts are not only a source of livelihood for many communities but also represent the unique and vibrant spirit of India.

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With the initiative of the National Rural Livelihoods Mission (NRLM) by the Ministry of Rural Development (MoRD), the Government of India, SarasAajeevika, has been developed to enhance the livelihood of rural people. This online platform showcases the products made by self-managed Self Help Groups (SHGs) and federated institutions.

SarasAajeevika’s mission is to curate authentic handcrafted products nationwide. This online portal gives customers access to 100% authentic handcrafted products emerging straight from the heart of India. Along with this online platform, Digital India Corporation is well on its way with a solemn goal to provide economic upliftment for the rural artisans who are involved in preserving the heritage of the handicraft industry in India.

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Visvesvaraya PhD Scheme

Visvesvaraya PhD Scheme-Phase-I:  To enhance the number of PhDs in the country in Electronics & IT, Visvesvaraya PhD Scheme was initiated in March 2014 by MeitY with Cabinet’s approval, for 9 years (extended till March 2024) with outlay of Rs. 466 Cr. The scheme is being implemented by DIC. The scheme has covered 97 institutions in 25 states & 4 UTs. 512 full time & 100 Part Time PhDs are completed whereas 170 Full Time & 100 Part-Time PhD theses submitted. 223 Full Time & 200 Part Time candidates are pursuing PhDs.158 Young Faculty Research Fellowships awarded, 3 are currently pursuing. 5750 Research Papers have been published & 82 Patents have been filed.

Visvesvaraya PhD Scheme-Phase-II: The 2nd phase of the scheme was approved in September 2021 for 9 years with budget of Rs. 481.93 Cr. to support 1000 Full Time and 150 Part Time PhD Candidates, 225 Post-Doctoral Fellowships & 50 Young Faculty Research Fellowships.  Selected 250 Full Time PhD candidates would get opportunity of 6 months visits to labs abroad. DIC will enter into agreement with the selected Labs. 120 Full Time PhD candidates are currently pursuing at 53 institutions. 200 more Full-time PhD seats have been allotted to 57 institutions where the Candidates are being enrolled. Proposals for 200 Full-time and 30 Part-time PhD seats have been received.

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Based on directions of Hon’ble PM, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs requires a platform for periodic performance reporting by ULBs across India under different performance indicators e.g.  Political & Administration; Citizen centric services; Planning; Basic Services; Finance. This would promote peer learning amongst ULBs. The dashboard would cover around 4500+ULBs across the country. The project was started by DIC in November 2022 for a period of 5 years with a budget of Rs. 39.43 Cr.

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Tech Support and Development to NCW Women Helpline, NCW Website, NCW- Her Legal Guide App App

  • NCW Women’s Helpline

NCW Women Helpline is intended to provide Digital Complaint Registration System for women affected by violence through referral (Linking with appropriate authority such as police, One Stop Centre, hospital) and providing information about women related government programmes across the country. This Helpline is being operated from the premises of the National Commission for Women, New Delhi.

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  • NCW- Her Legal Guide App App

“NCW- Her Legal Guide” Application focuses on various rights and statutes pertaining to women in India. The App will legally empower women with just a click. This Mobile App will act as a new friend of women in difficult situations and will aware them about their rights. It also contains details about the helplines pertaining to women.

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NCW Women Safety Audit Platform

The objective of the project is to design and development of a data collection / market survey platform (web & mobile app) intended to be used by surveyors of the identified institution for conducing survey for NCW and to facilitate maintenance and technical support for the survey platform. During the period DIC has been developed the Mobile application for data collection and web portal for all web related activity.

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Customization, Enhancement & Deployment of Digital Solutions for Empowerment of Citizens of North-East India

A project has been taken up by ‘R&D in IT Division’, MeitY through Digital India Corporation (DIC) as an integrated approach to enhance the potential technologies (developed by DIC) in the area of ICT in Agriculture, Embroidery & Weaving and Differently Abled which for customisation, enhancement to meet the local requirements in each state & its deployment in the North-Eastern States for the benefits of farmers, women, embroidery artisans, weavers and teachers of special schools.

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The project has been taken up in partnership with Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) with an objective to facilitate farmers by providing location specific ‘Demand Based Tele Agriculture Advisories’ in their local languages though  the KrishiVigyanKendras (KVKs).

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