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Top 10 digital initiatives taken by the Indian government

 

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eMoney: The Department of Posts (DoP) has planned to provide electronic money order service to 70% of its total post offices by December. According to officials, this service will enable India Post to remit money next day to the doorstep that earlier took about a week. Also, it will make the whole process secure and fast. People can send a maximum of Rs 5,000 through e-money order. With this, the department has seen a tremendous growth in commission from money order service to about Rs 600 crore in 2014-15, up from Rs 481.6 crore in 2011-12.

2 responses to “Top 10 digital initiatives taken by the Indian government”

  1. SmartVP says:

    Each of these digital initiatives have already transformed the lives of many of Indians. And it’s only a matter of time of few months and years till lives of most of the Indians are transformed and benefited from these initiatives.

  2. Rajiv Jain says:

    proud to be dizital citizen

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