Give suggestions on Report of the Committee on Digital Payments

Give suggestions on Report of the Committee on Digital Payments
Last Date Jan 12,2017 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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The Government of India issued guidelines for the promotion of payments through cards and digital means on 29th February, 2016. The guidelines can be seen (here). A Committee was ...

The Government of India issued guidelines for the promotion of payments through cards and digital means on 29th February, 2016. The guidelines can be seen (here). A Committee was also constituted under the Chairmanship of Shri Ratan P Watal, Principal Advisor, NITI Ayog and Former Finance Secretary with key industry stakeholders, RBI and concerned Government Departments to review medium term measures necessary to promote the digital payment system in the Country. The Committee’s report can be seen here.

The Department of Economic Affairs, Government of India invites public Comments / suggestions on the report. We invite you to read the report and provide your valuable feedback and suggestions by 11th January 2017. The final decision on the Report will be taken after considering the comments/suggestions received on the Report.

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phani_4 3 years 6 months ago

For cashless econonmy,
Under "made-in-india initiative",

ask ECIL (electronic corporation of india limited"

to manufacture

"4G devices LTE which is priced under 1000/-",

and sell it small vendors who sell small products like vegitables, fruits, etc....

(use aadhar card while selling these phones to vendors and merchants).

And your mygov site is pathatically slow, tie up with google to manage this website.

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Amrita mukherjee 3 years 6 months ago

Th idea of increasing of cashless payment in all walks of lyf is a highly appreciabl idea bt at th same tym it shud b carefully seen dat it also invites troubls of online fraud whose soft tragets tend 2 b hardworking taxpayrs who r simpl people of india Since demonitisation happnd,use of cashless paymnt methods hav increasd bt at th same tym cases of online frauds hav also increasd. It is easy 2 blame ppl who giv deir details 2 fraudsters unknownigly bt wat abt those who dnt do so yt bcum target

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Lakshmi.L 3 years 6 months ago

Booking and purchase of air ticket and rail ticket, above some limits (Rs.500 & above) should be digitalised.
PAN card must be made mandatory for all citizens above 18 years of age. If it is difficult to implement this all of a sudden, step by step method may be initiated. Ist stage, large sums should be through digital mode and in the later stages small amounts should also be made compulsory through digital mode.

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Praveen Singh 3 years 6 months ago

Ideas to explore.... To connect last mile
1. Incentivise Mnrega payments through usage of bhim
2. PDS payment through BHIM... Increase quantity or give coupon benefit for next month distribution
3.All social programs like old age pension, widow pension, maternity and scholarship benefits through Bhim.. PR has to be done by Gram pradhan.. Recognise him for efforts put in making his village less cash
4. Scout/NCC/NSS type credits to youth if they educate fix no. Of people.

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Lakshmi.L 3 years 6 months ago

As an initial step towards a cashless economy, payments in petrol pumps should be made completely cashless by insisting on payment using credit/debit cards, e-vallets or any other electronic transfer. This is suggested based on the logic that anyone who can obtain a vehicle licence is capable of using digital means of payment.
Even from the time of getting sales registration, POS machines should be made mandatory for shops.
Booking and purchase of air tic

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phani_4 3 years 6 months ago

Make the following 100% digital transactions...

"land/building/registration",
"construction equipment like cement, sand, paints, bricks", (max black money is found here)
"gold,jewellary",
"buy/sale immovable properites, - automobiles",

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phani_4 3 years 6 months ago

First,
make "BJP ruled city" - "Ahmadabad" - "metropolitan city" cashless, or
make "financial city" - "Mumbai" - "metropolitan city" cashless or
make "electronic city" - "Bengaluru" - "metropolitan city" cashless

or atleast

make "food counters in"- "Cineplex/ IMAX's" in Metropolitan cities cashless then,
make "food counters in"- IT MNC's like Infy, wipro, TCS,...etc.. cashless then,
slowly extend this concept to - "maruti factory, guargao", ...etc..

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Regi Sebastian 3 years 6 months ago

A mobile Wallet Mobile Scanning system that will make it easier for passengers to pay their metro fare.validators will be at entrance and exit points. Passengers will scan Money loaded mobile at entering and disembarking.. On trial basis implement on any one metro... In initial stage give liberal options to passengers .eg Person charging with rs 100 can travel for rs 150 some thing like that.We can model this in line with Abudhabi Automated Bus card System