Indian Government In 2014

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1. Introduction of JIO, an Indian mobile operator in the market

1.1. Provide Internet connectivity at the lowest rates, Internet services became affordable for the people

1.2. acquired 16 million subscribers in its first month, and is increasing ever after.

2. Introduced various Apps Impact of Social Media and Internet on Indian Society

2.1. AgriMarket App Application to connect Farmers of India, create awareness about various government incentives.

2.1.1. Online banking became more prominent among Indian Society.

2.1.1.1. BHIM (Bharat Interface for Money) Focused to create a cashless society

2.2. Online education was given prefernce

2.2.1. ePATHSHALA Worked to promote online education

2.3. People now have access online medications.

2.3.1. DIGITAL AIIMS Provide unique health identification number to every patient, digital medical services.

3. Introduced Digital India Campaign

3.1. Improve online infrastructure by increasing internet connectivity.

3.2. Campaign to ensure government services are available to citizens,making the country digitally empowered in the field of technology(Digital India,n.d.)

4. Narendra Modi is the third most followed political leader in the world after Barack obama and Donald Trump(Use of Twitter by public figures,n.d.)

4.1. It is estimated that between 2016 and 2018 alone, the number of Indians using social networks grew from 168 million to 326 million,(Nikhil Imamdar,2019)

5. In 2014, YouTube India had only 16 channels with more than one million subscribers. Now, there are over 300 channels passing that milestone, and the platform claims it is adding two more almost every single week(Mitter,S.,2019).

5.1. The demand for Hindi videos has gone up significantly since the launch of Reliance Jio in 2016. In fact, overall online video consumption in India can actually be categorised into pre-Jio and post-Jio phases.

6. Narendra Modi Prime Minister

7. References Digital India.(n.d.). Retrieved from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_India Jio. (n.d.). Retrieved from Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jio Jio., R. (n.d.). Jio Logo. Retrieved from http://jio.com Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, G. o. (n.d.). Retrieved from Digital India: https://digitalindia.gov.in/infrastructure Mitter, S. (2019). How YouTube India spurred a thriving content economy cutting across genres, languages, demographics. Retrieved from YOURSTORY: https://yourstory.com/2019/03/youtube-india-thriving-content-economy-yi37d6xy4u Modi, N. (n.d.). Retrieved from Twitter: https://twitter.com/narendramodi News Track, Government of India(n.d.).Retrieved from Digital India: https://www.digitalindia.gov.in Use of Twitter by public figures. (n.d.). Retrieved from Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Use_of_Twitter_by_public_figures

8. (News Track, Government of India)

8.1. (News Track, Government of India)

9. Education in India

10. Internet has developed e-commerce in India