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Promoting e-Governance through Right to Information: A Case-study of India
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Author(s)
Shalini Singh
KEYWORDS
e-Government, Public Information Kiosks, ICT, Right to Information Act.
ABSTRACT
Reinventing government has been a dominant theme since 1990s, wherein governments world over are attempting to improve the systems of public service delivery. Rapid strides made in the field of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) have facilitated the reinvention of governments and prepared them to serve the needs of a diverse society. In other words, the information age has redefined the fundamentals and transformed the institutions and mechanisms of service delivery forever. The vision is articulation of a desire to transform the way the government functions and the way it relates to its constituents. The concept of electronic governance, popularly called e-governance is derived from this concern.
References
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[4] Recently the SEBI has allowed filing of specified documents online by the listed companies vide, SMD/Policy/Cir-17/02 dated 3rd July 2002.

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[10] CHRI: Commonwealth Human Rights initiative website http://www.humanrightsinitiative.org/programs/ai/rti/india/states/jharkhand.htm

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