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  Special Interest Group on e-Governance (CSI-SIGeGov) has been set up within CSI to focus on
e-Governance activities in the country. SIG activities include Knowledge sharing with all stake holders through holding conferences, Knowledge sharing summits, e-Governance Awards etc. For more Details Visit
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arrow Hearty congratulations to CSI-Nihilent team for continuing the ‘recognition’ journey for over a decade gaining acceptance and value for the practitioners. The awards have already become a benchmark for the quality of assessment in the e-Governance domain.

MD Agarwal
Past President,
Computer Society of India

arrow The CSI Nihilent e-Governance Awards have been monitoring and evaluating the efforts of government departments at Center, States and District levels in achieving good governance using ICT. The awards are a reflection of the good work of these institutions.

L C Singh,
President and CEO,
Nihilent Technologies

arrow Having been closely associated with the Awards process, I see a lot of value is being attached to these awards by Government establishments/ agencies. It is important that e-Governance projects, particularly G2C type, have to make a significant impact to the citizens while providing the services. But it is also important to present the case, the learning to the other members of the e-Gov community, so that every one gets benefitted. The CSI Nihilent Awards continue to be a good platform for show casing the best e-Governance initiatives.

Piyush Gupta,
National Institute of Smart Government

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