In a webinar today, Prime Minister Narendra Modi elaborated on the transformative potential of new-age technologies and how they can play a role in reshaping government’s interactions with various sectors and citizens. have been The webinar titled ‘Unleashing the Potential: Ease of Living Using Technology’ kicked off today, February 28, and the Prime Minister discussed the issues that technology can solve, including reducing compliance costs for small businesses, creating taxes. discussed a wide range of Improving the faceless system and complaints and redressal mechanism.
PM Modi spoke about the role of technology in breaking barriers.
PM Modi said that technology will help India achieve its goal of becoming a developed country by 2047, as he announced a large and innovative digital infrastructure to ensure that the benefits of the digital revolution reach all citizens. Mentioned infrastructure. He also stated that the government wants to reduce compliance costs for small businesses.
“We want to reduce compliance costs for small businesses. Can you (industry) list the unnecessary compliances that can be cut. We have completed 40,000 compliances,” Modi said.
He said that India is building a modern digital infrastructure, and ensuring that the benefits of the digital revolution reach every section of society.
Giving examples, he said that technology is being used to make the tax system faceless to solve the problems of taxpayers.
Technologies like 5G and AI (Artificial Intelligence) are now leading the conversation and are poised to transform fields like medicine, Educationagriculture, and many other sectors, Modi said that the inclusion of technology made one nation one ration, and the JAM (Jan Dhan Yojana, Aadhaar and Mobile Number) trinity helped benefit the poor.
“Now there is no person between your complaints and redress, only technology,” he said.
The Prime Minister urged the stakeholders to identify 10 problems faced by the common man that could be solved by AI. He said that 21st century is based on technology and it cannot be limited to digital only Internet Technology
“everyone Budget The past few years have emphasized the ease of living for people with the help of technology. This year’s budget also prioritizes technology and human connectivity.”
He highlighted that government interventions are now reduced and citizens do not consider the government as a hindrance. The Prime Minister asked the various departments to think collectively about using technology to solve their problems and reach global standards.
“Going a step further, we can identify areas where communication with the government can be further facilitated,” he added.
Further, he emphasized the need to keep updating the training process under ‘Mission Karmayogi’ and highlighted that changes based on citizen feedback can lead to significant improvement.
PM Modi suggested creating a system where feedback can be easily shared to improve training. He mentioned Digi Locker Services for organizations where companies and organizations can store their documents and share them with government agencies. He suggested finding ways to expand these services so that more people can benefit from them.
Highlighting the role of technology, Modi pointed out that it can help create a finished product that can help capture the global market.