Vol 3 Issue 1 | January 2014
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New Year, New Expectations
It is the New Year season, the time of year when people pamper themselves with serious retail therapy regardless of their income. It is noted that consumerism is at its peak during this time of the year all over the world. While a small section of the society can afford materialistic happiness, it does not come easy for majority of people in the country.
A number of people from various states are now migrating to metropolitan cities in search of a better livelihood. They come to big cities and get employed for vulnerable jobs. Kapashera (bordering Delhi and Gurgaon) is an area, which has seen an unprecedented growth in the last few years. The area provides cheap accommodation to migrant workers, employed in garment factories, who have little or no guarantee of work or wage. Landowners in Kapashera are making multi-storey buildings for rent purposes to multiply their earnings which leaves no recreational place for children due to construction work going on round the year.
Last week, we established a Community Information Resource Centre (CIRC) in Kapashera. The purpose of this centre is to spread digital literacy amongst the people especially women and offer readymade information from the Internet relevant to these migrant workers.
Another coverage in this issue is on the SoochnaSeva Project, which aims at improving access to information of public schemes in backward districts of India. It is a joint initiative of Digital Empowerment Foundation & European Union in India for the term 2014-2018. Digital Empowerment Foundation, along with UNESCO and IHCN initiated a project called e-Heritage – Digitally Enhancing India’s Heritage. It is a capacity building programme to empower cities to create a digital presence of their heritage. Currently the project has been launched in four cities across India, Old Delhi, Pune, Shekhawati and Chanderi.
Last month, we also celebrated the 4th e-North East India Award in Itanagar. The current newsletter has glimpses from the digital festival as well as Digital Youth Fellowship Programme for 2014-15.
Another exciting story to look out for in this issue is the India of Tomorrow where we have presented an extensive coverage of thought leaders’ views expressed during Manthan 2013. There are videos of the conversations; full transcripts and lots of additional pictures of people who came across as ones who will matter in tomorrow's India.
Enjoy this exciting journey into India's future.
Recent Activities
Microsoft Digital Panchayat Young Fellowship Report
Supported by Microsoft, Digital Panchayat Youth Fellowship (DPYF) programme is an extension to the existing Digital Panchayatprogramme, which allows young fellows to travel and work with a cluster of panchayats at district level. The tasks of the fellows are cut out to make elected members digitally literate and collect content from the panchayats and put them online through the Digital Panchayat website. The programme not only allows digital fellows to train panchayat members and officials in digital literacy but also gives them exposure to how panchayats work. Read more
CIRC launched in Kapashera
Kapashera (bordering Delhi and Gurgaon) is a place where poor migrant workers employed in the garment factories of Gurgaon find cheap accommodation. The area is now booming with people. Landowners in Kapashera are now making multi-storey buildings for rent purposes to multiply their earnings which leaves no recreational place for children due to construction work going on round the year. Last week, DEF established a Community Information Resource Centre (CIRC) in Kapashera. The purpose of this centre is to spread digital literacy among the people specially women and offer readymade information from the Internet relevant to these migrant workers. Read more
e-Heritage – Digitally Enhancing India's Heritage
Digital Empowerment Foundation, along with UNESCO and IHCN initiated a project called e-Heritage – Digitally Enhancing India’s Heritage. It is a capacity building programme, which empowers cities to create a digital presence of their heritage. Currently the project has been launched in four cities across India, Old Delhi, Pune, Shekhawati and Chanderi .To know more you can refer to their respective websites:
1. www.Olddelhiheritage.in/ 2. www.Puneheritage.in/ 3. www.Shekhawatiheritage.in/
4. www.Chanderiheritage.in
DEF enters into EU grant partnership
Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF) has entered into a five year grant partnership agreement with European Union Delegation in India to implement public scheme project in 5 backward districts in India. DEF is one of the 14 partners selected by EU in India to implement the nation wideprogramme. DEF aims at implementing the programme in West Champaran, Ranchi, TehriGarhwal, Guna and Barmer district. Read more
DEF - Gates Library Project Launched
The programme activities of DEF-Gates Library project have started its operations in Betiah (West Champaran) and Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh). The library project is an initiative of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) under its Global Libraries Programme. In India, Digital Empowerment Foundation is one of the 10 partners working in two district public libraries in Betiah and Kanpur. The project seeks to empower and strengthen library operations with the support of digital tools and applications through activities like connectivity and access for local citizens.
4th eNorth East Award 2013 Concluded
The 4th edition of e-North East Award Summit was concluded on December 13th, 2013 in Itanagar, Arunachal Pradesh. The Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, ShriNabamTuki, inaugurated the programme at the Banquet Hall, Itanagar. The daylong programme witnessed a power panel inaugural session, 4 parallel plenaries and the 4th e-North East Award Gala evening. In total, 19 winners and 4 special mentions were recognised and awarded by the Chief Guest and Guest of Honour. There were 33 finalists who competed for the 4th e-North East Award Challenge 2013. The programme was organised by North East Development Foundation, Department of IT (Govt. of Arunachal Pradesh) and Digital Empowerment Foundation. Read more
"CR2.0 – Community Radio and Digital Empowerment" was a workshop organized by Digital Empowerment Foundation in collaboration with the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting. The initiative aimed to bring together all Community Radio functionaries and introduce them to new media and digital tools orientation conducted by a team of invited experts and technical resource persons. The long term goal is to develop capacities for the CR functionaries to understand, deploy and support existing CR operations using such tools and platforms. Read more
A journey through digital empowerment in Baran
A small team of seven made up of Internet Society and Digital Empowerment Foundation (DEF) staff, two camera men and a future project site contact set out for a 48 hour journey to capture the stories and key learnings that currently live inside the Wireless For Communities (W4C) project across rural India. Covering roughly 1500 km by train and car over the two days, the trip began on Saturday morning at the train station in Delhi to reach Baran, some 10 hours away. Read more
Social Media for Empowerment Portal Launched
Digital Empowerment Foundation is initiatingDigital Empowerment Foundation is initiating ‘Social Media for Empowerment’ Program with an aim of empowering communities via social media. Since its origin, DEF is continuously dedicated to endue masses digitally. With ‘Social Media for Empowerment’ program it is extending its deep-rooted commitment of connecting, enabling and inspiring individuals and communities by using ICT tools. With ‘Socialmedia4empowerment’ portal social media evangelists have got a chance to work under one umbrella towards connecting and communicating with the world with a trust that even though changes take time they do happen. Read more
Pearson Teaching Awards 2013
Pearson Teaching Awards 2013 grand finale was organized on December 13, 2013 at, 'The Taj Palace', New Delhi, where 18 teachers were felicitated for their sheer dedication, innovative teaching methods and extraordinary contribution towards learners and nation building. This was the second year of Pearson towards recognizing best teachers in India. As a Process Partner, Digital Empowerment Foundation was there with The Pearson Team at every step, from eliciting nominations, selecting best practices via grand jury process and facilitating finalists & winners through out the journey. Read more
Digital Youth Fellowship Programme
Initiated in the year, 2013-14, the fellowship programme seeks to engage willing youth from India and South Asia, who are keen to have development and grassroots experience in working with communities in any part of India. The fellows can be working or non-working. The fellowship period is for a minimum duration of 90 days. Invited and selected fellows are guided to work with communities under various programmes that use Information Communication Technology (ICT) applications for better usage and utility. Read more
Chanderiyaan e-Commecrce Website Launched
The effort to revive under privileged weavers in Chanderi is finally coming full circle with constant efforts by the Digital Empowerment Foundation, India. A little more than one month ago, Chanderiyaan project in Madhya Pradesh, which runs for the benefit of about 3,500 families of Chanderi weavers, saw the launch of Chanderiyaan.net, an e-commerce website. The website facilitates the, weavers in directly selling their products online. Read more
eNGO in Maharashtra
eNGO workshop was held in Satara in RajePratapsinh Library on 1st December,2013.Around 20 socially active people attended the workshop. It was a first of its kind activity workshop in Satara, which lies in the heart of Western Maharashtra. The participants were very enthusiastic about extending the program at grassrootlevel.The workshop was also held in Solapur, South Maharashtra, on 17th December 2013 in the Indian Medical Association’s Hall at DufferinChowk, Solapur. 25 NGO representatives attended the workshop. Read more
Learn how you can participate on Mobile Vaani
Mobile Vaani social campaigns are active discussions where the community members are engaged to contribute their views about various issues, and our team helps coordinate these discussions into manageable threads. We have found that this is a much better way of information dissemination and call-to-action, than simple broadcast of information on radio or television. Read the detailed reports below for examples of various campaigns we have done so far. Read more
Manthan Award 2013
National Digital Literacy Mission Summit
The National Digital Literacy Mission (NDLM), initiated in 2012-13, is a small step in the right direction. With a vision of 'every household a digitally literate household', and mission to make one person in each household literate, the mission on ground through the 'Follow the Fibre' (FTF) programme, seeks to create examples of learning and lesson from community experience and need in digital literacy. The Summit was the first kind of its effort towards showcasing NDLM achievements and how this programme can be taken forward. Read more
Community Radio for Information Communities Summit
Community Radio for Information Communities Summit was organized jointly by Digital Empowerment Foundation, UNESCO and Open Knowledge Community (OKC) on 6th December, 2013 in the 10th Manthan Award Asia Pacific. The Summit focused on developing agenda and methodologies to work towards the goal of peace building and maintaining communal harmony using community radio as a tool. The discussion was driven to provide inputs on formation of a strategy and approach for implementation of the vision. Read more
National Digital Panchayat Summit
The summit was formed in a discussion-oriented format sharing the case studies around wireless network deployment and operations in India. The focus of the summit is to empower 250,000 gram panchayats by enabling them digitally. The summit also focused on making the Panchayats two-way information and content. The Summit aims to understand how panchayats can be empowered with information and content architecture created in the Web and training Panchayat people on ICT and new media tools. Read more
Digital Solutions for Education, Employment, learning, Women and Empowerment
There is a great digital divide on part of women participation and efforts should be put in to involve women, not only in the traditional areas, but also in the non – conventional domains. The main focus points of summits are : 1. Emphasis on two primary pillars of development: Education and Women Empowerment 2. Role, impact and importance of digitalization in the learning processes 3. Cumulative involvement of various sectors for a comprehensive approach to progressiveness in employment Read more
Digital Solutions for Governance, Science and Technology
It emphasises on application of ICT at the centreof governance discussions and provides ICT solutions towards Science & Technology. It also focuses on : 1. Emphasis on developments and concerns, such as corporate governance, the information economy, the translation of science, technology and knowledge into innovation 2. The application of ICT at the center of governance discussions and a pivotal role of innovative ICT solutions towards Science & Technology Read more
Social & Citizen Media Summit for Digital Empowerment
Digital outreach medium, and Social Media platforms are playing a critical role by involving millions of people in real time. Social media is an illustrious & most potent democratic tool of empowerment, promotion, participation, commerce, cause, campaign, activism, among others. In an effort to identify how social media platforms have been utilized for their campaign-and-cause based programmes, Digital Empowerment Foundation initiated Social Media and Empowerment as a special award of the Manthan Asia Pacific Award...Read more
Digital Approaches for Agriculture and Ecology
In India, 70% people are involved in agriculture and 150 million farmers in the country are trying to do some kind of business out of their farming. It focuses on :
1. India's two primary pillars of development: Agriculture and Ecology 2. Role, impact and importance of ICTs in relation to Climate Change and Agriculture 3. Cumulative involvement of various sectors for a comprehensive approach to progressiveness in employment Read more
Wireless for Communities & Open Spectrum Summit
The national consultative summit was a first kind effort to bring all stakeholders to deliberate, discuss, share, experience and emerge with a concrete set of recommendations as how unlicensed spectrum in India can be used to serving the last mile connectivity. The summit saw stakeholders from the government departments, agencies, industry, civil society, academia, network implementers, policy advocators, wireless practitioners, and others to air views, opinions, inputs, concerns and suggestions on a wide area of topics. Read more
Digital Solutions for Business & Financial Inclusion
Session Focus : The Summit will focus on sharing case presentations that have been in the Grand Jury of Manthan Award Asia Pacific 2013 and recognized as Finalists 2013 Objective : Focus on ICT based National Financial Inclusion Programs & the specific focus of the Master's in ICT in Business and management role, impact and importance of ICTs in relation to create disruptive business models for providing mainstream financial solutions Read more
Inclusion, Localization, News and Journalism for Social Development
Focusing best ICT Initiatives and practices in Inclusion, Localisation and Media Inclusion Localisation News Journalism Summit for Social Development was organized by Digital Empowerment Foundation and Intel on 5th December, 2013 in the 10th Manthan Award Asia Pacific. The Summit focused on role, impact and importance of digitalization in domains of Inclusion, Localisation and Media and discussion on future prospectus. Read more
District Collector Digital Champions
District Collector Digital Champion Award Session was organized by Digital Empowerment Foundation during the 10th Manthan Award Asia Pacific. The Summit focused on providing a platform to 10 district collectors from India making their efforts to make the district ICT empowered and share their initiatives and developments, thereby strengthening the governance of the nation. The Session included Case presentations from 10 District Collectors* of India on 'How the Information & Communication Technology (ICT) can...Read more
Community Broadcasting for Social Development
In the light of community radio licensing, what is the status of community radio and broadcasting for and by communities, and where do we go from here. It focuses on : 1. India's oral society to have multi-lingual option of accessing and exercising their participation in accordance. 2. Role, impact and importance of content services in alternative news and community broadcasting 3. In the light of community radio licensing, what is the status of community radio and broadcasting for and by communities, and where do we go from here. Read more
Digital Innovations in Health
The wider use of ICT in healthcare is a basic condition for the development, implementation, and further generation of innovative health care technologies.
It focuses on : 1. Emphasis on health education and health services 2. The wider use of ICT in healthcare is a basic condition for the development, implementation, and further generation of innovative health care technologies.Read more
Digitally Enabled Practices for Culture, Tourism, Entertainment and Games
In today's scenario, there has been a generic belief that the tourism websites are more focused towards promoting hotels and travel options, but hardly emphasize on promoting local culture among the travelers.
It focuses on: 1. Role, Impact and Importance of digitalization in these domains and discussion on prospects 2. Cumulative involvement of various sectors for a comprehensive approach to progressivenessRead more
New Year Ideas | Live and work in a village
Choose your dates, come along with me and meet some of the most unassuming people. These people have overcome many difficulties to adopt digital tools, and access devices and Internet connectivity. Most of them have little education, they are “backward” and live in abject poverty. But they represent key milestones in India’s great journey towards becoming "Digital Bharat". Read more
Put panchayat accounts online
India's right to information is perhaps a hallmark law, considering the fact that in the 21st century information is the basis of equity, empowerment, rights and access. While the law has caught the imagination of the people, it is still limited by at least two factors: lack of information access and communication infrastructure, and adoption as a proactive practice rather than reactive obligation. Read more
Political exigency and technology efficiency may not go together
I firmly believe that the digital age can change our country for the good, if digital tools are used with a citizen-centric strategy. Information poverty is the most sustained and perennial misery that a vast majority of the population is still subjected to. Digital tools and applications can largely solve this problem through information empowerment and entitlement gains till the last mile. Read more
Let NGOs provide rural Net services
Baran is a unique district in Rajasthan where time stands still. Spread across a 7,000 sq. km area, Baran has just 82 sq. km designated as urban. Out of the population of a million, more than 40% are scheduled castes and scheduled tribes. About 60% of women are illiterate while 85% people live in rural areas. Sahariyas and Bheels are the majority among the tribes of Baran...Read more
दिल्ली चुनाव के बाद लोकसभा चुनाव में भी दिख सकता है सोशल मीडिया का दम
क्या आप जानते हैं दिल्ली विधानसभा चुनाव में आम आदमी पार्टी (आप) की जीत का राज? ‘आप’ वहीं पार्टी है जिसने देश के युवाओं को ही नहीं, दुनिया भर में रह रहे भारतीय युवाओं को भी अपना दिवाना बना दिया है। और ये सब हुआ सिर्फ और सिर्फ सोशल मीडिया की वजह से। Read more
ग्रामीण स्कूल जहां जमीन को कॉपी औऱ आसमान को किताब समझते हैं बच्चे !
महाराष्ट्र का वो जिला जिसके उत्तर में अहमदनगर, पूर्व में अहमदनगर और शोलापुर, दक्षिण में नीरा नदी एवं सतारा और पश्चिम में कोलाबा हैं। उसके पश्चिमी भाग पश्चिमी घाट पहाड़ की वजह से ऊँचा नीची जरूर है, लेकिन पश्चिम में भोर घाट रेल और सड़क का मुख्य द्वार है।...Read more
Take Back the Tech! Completes 2013 Campaign on Private and Public Spaces
Take Back the Tech! campaign just completed a successful campaign as part of 16 Days of Activism to End Gender Violence. This year's campaign focused on how concepts of public and private affect ICTs and violence against women. Read more
WSA Global Congress 2013: an event to remember
The WSA Global Congress 2013 turned into another inspiring and unforgettable event of showcasing newest innovation, trends and knowledge transfer of smart content for smart people...Read more
Technology based Violence against Women and Girls in Pakistan
The increasing penetration of ICTs in Pakistan has been a very welcome phenomenon. In the area of human rights, information and communication technologies and the various platforms accorded by them have provided a hitherto...Read more
WEEK 2013
Digital Literacy Week 2013 grew in reach and scale - engaging more cities and many more stakeholders. 8700 people were trained for Digital Literacy by 471 tech employees from 20 companies along side 16 training partners. Read more
This research was conducted by Benenson Strategy Group and American Viewpoint. The interviews took place from November 12-18, 2013 and included 1,000 interviews with registered voters nationwide who use the Internet. Read more
Ten years after the community radio policy has been announced in India, there are over 140 radio stations set up by a variety of organizations broadcasting in different geographical locations to a range of audiences. Read more
An unusual mix of deal drivers came together in the third quarter of 2013, spurring big-ticket deal-making and leading global technology M&A aggregate disclosed value to a new post-dotcom-bubble record of $71.2 billion. One or more of the five megatrends...Read more
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Mobile Predictions 2014 Report
First things first. From all of us at Chetan Sharma Consulting, we wish you and yours a very happy, healthy, and prosperous 2014. My thanks to all who participated in...Read more
एक औसत हिंदुस्तानी यूज़र दिन में करीब डेढ़ घंटा
पिछले क़रीब डेढ़ दशक में भारत में मोबाइल फ़ोन ने बहुत लम्बा सफ़र तय किया है. और इस छोटे से औज़ार के साथ भारत ने भी. इसका अंदाज़ा इस बात से लगाया जा सकता है कि आपके इनबॉक्स में कितनी सारी नववर्ष की शुभकामनाएँ हैं और इस बार नये साल के ग्रीटिंग कार्ड का आपने कितना आदान प्रदान किया....Read more
Why Wearable Tech Will Be as Big as Smartphone
if you can't see it when you need it. For Dan Eisenhardt—a competitive swimmer for more than a decade, beginning as a 9-year-old in his native Denmark—the data he needed in the water,....Read more
Nokia Asha 500, 502 and 503 launched in India
TNokia Asha 502 Dual SIM went on sale in India silently earlier this week. Today, Nokia has launched the Asha 500, Asha 502 and the Asha 503 in India.Read more
App offers award to crack encryption
Telegram, a secure messaging service app, has offered a reward to the first person who can crack its encryption.The firm's founder has put up an award.... Read more
नोकिया लुमिया 1020 की कीमत में भारी कटौती
नोकिया लुमिया (Nokia Lumia) सीरीज की सबसे ताकतवर मॉडल 1020 (1020) की कीमत में भारी कटौती की गई है। कुछ माह पहले कंपनी ने इसे 49,990 रुपए में लांच किया था लेकिन आज यह लगभग 40 हजार रुपए.... Read more
My Mobile magazines' hindi portal goes online
सिंबियन आपरेटिंग को स्मार्ट मोबाइल कंप्यूटिंग का जनक कहा जा सकता है। वर्ष 1980 में डेविड पोर्टर ने सिनक्लेयर पर्सनल कंप्यूटर के लिए गेम और विशेष सॉफ्टवेयर का विकास किया था जिसे पीसीआन नाम दिया गया.... Read more
इस लेख का उद्देश्य वर्ष 2013 में लॉन्च हुए नामी गिरामी फोन से पाठकों को रू-ब-रू कराना है
मोबाइल जगत रामगढ़ है और यह साल शोले तो जरा सोचिए कि इस वर्ष लांच होने वाले कौन से फोन किसकी भूमिका में होंगे। कोई गब्बर बनकर किसी की खुशियों में आग लगा रहा होगा तो कोई ठाकुर की तरह ही भौंह चढ़ाक.... Read more
4 Reasons Why 2013 Marks a Tipping Point in the Mobile Revolution
We are more connected than ever before, and mobility is no longer a 'nice-to-have', but is core to business strategies, public policy, healthcare and our everyday lives... Read more
Microsoft and Amar Chitra Katha Launches 'ACK Comics'
Microsoft and Amar Chitra Katha today launched the first official Amar Chitra Katha comic application, 'ACK COMICS' exclusively for Windows 8 tablets and notebooks. First five comics....Read more
Airtel may raise mobile call rates up to 20 percent
Telecom major Bharti Airtel may increase mobile call rates by 10 to 20 percent, equity research firm Nomura said in a report. "On our call with Bharti management today....Read more
DataWind launches low-cost smartphones - Livemint
The PocketSurfer5 models will be sold online till DataWind makes an announcement about its retail strategy and tie-up with a cellular operator, the company said .... Read more
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India to have 155Mn mobile internet users by March'14
The number of mobile internet users in India will be 155 million by the end of March 2014 and 185 million by June 2014, maintaining a Q-o-Q growth of 20 per cent....Read more
E-governance transactions:
The ticker on the website that counts transactions done electronically by citizens with government entities has changed gears n October, this ticker on etaal.gov.in, which aggregates all e-transactions from.... Read more
This community radio station (CRS)
This community radio station (CRS) at Anugondanahalli is so popular that people don't allow them to sign off. In its one and a half year of its existence, Sarathy Jhalak in Hoskote taluk has come a long way....Read more
The top tech stories of 2013
The biggest technology story of 2013 is one of the biggest stories of the year, period. It has had serious implications in the United States and around the world, and half a year later....Read more
With an aim to mobilise the media and the local communities: report
Mumbai: With an aim to mobilise the media and the local communities in Indian states to build harmony, Open Knowledge Community (a joint venture between UNESCO and the Government of India).... Read more
Walt Mossberg on the products that changed the digital industry: report
Remember the Apple Newton? How about Netscape? Even if these products did not last until the present, they left their mark in the evolution of personal technology. For his final WSJ video column, Walt Mossberg takes us through the last 20 years.... Read more
The technology year
It has been a year in which Samsung and Apple continued to make huge piles of cash from smartphones - and the rest scrapped for third place. Read more
Wider reach makes TV key for 2014 elections
The 14-inch television set at Gorakh Nath's makeshift paan shop in Mughal Sarai, a busy railway junction in eastern Uttar Pradesh, is getting him a lot more customers these days—people who buy paan and then... Read more
Babes in a Digital Toyland: Even 3-Year-Olds Get Gadgets
The children come day after day, lining up in the cold and snow on Main Street in Midland, Mich., to wait their turn to enter Santa's house and whisper their Christmas longings to the jolly man in the red suit..... Read more
E-Pramaan project would also enable SMS
n online authentication project of the Union government would enable SMSs to be used as documentary proof for various registrations and payments....Read more
Manthan South Asia Awards: innovators recognised for digital excellence
he 10th annual Manthan South Asia e-Content Awards and Conference wrapped up in New Delhi earlier this month with a new round of winners in 12 categories, and it was an honor for me to anchor....Read more
Digital inclusion: South Asian social innovators honoured at Manthan 2013 e-Content Awards
The annual Manthan South Asia Conference and e-Content awards, held recently in New Delhi, recognises not just for-profit players and government agencies but a range of social entrepreneurs for their initiatives leveraging digital tools...Read more
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