Inputs on Public Consultation on Draft Policy on Software Products

Inputs on Public Consultation on Draft Policy on Software Products
Last Date Dec 10,2016 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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In order to make the Indian IT Industry move up the value chain and thereby sustain its growth trajectory, India has to adopt a paradigm shift in it’s strategy for software ...

In order to make the Indian IT Industry move up the value chain and thereby sustain its growth trajectory, India has to adopt a paradigm shift in it’s strategy for software sector by focusing to create vibrant Indian Software Product Industry, where IT Products also contribute equitably and significantly along with IT Services. Though India is well positioned to further grow in services sector, however for holistic growth, there is a need for a National Policy on Software Products that can synergise the efforts of the Government and Industry to create a robust Software Product Industry, which enables the germinating ground for large number of Software product startups, promotes development of an ecosystem encouraging R&D and innovation, opens up multitude of opportunities of access to capital and helps build and improve the domestic demand. A National Policy on Software Products aligning with other initiatives such as Start-up India, Make in India and Digital India etc. can provide the springboard for India to emerge as a global leader in this important industry.

To drive the rise of India as a Software Product Nation and synergy with the ITeS sector, so as to place India as a leading player as creator, producer and supplier of innovative Software Products globally thereby enabling the IT Industry to sustain growth momentum, a Draft Policy is under consideration by this Ministry.

Ministry seeks suggestions and feedback from the public and other stakeholders on the draft before forming the policy.

The last date for sharing your inputs on the Draft National Policy on Software Products is December 9, 2016.

Click here to read the Draft National Policy on Software Products

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SOMESH CHOUDHARY_1 3 साल 10 महीने पहले

We must take a step towards cashlees india
We can proceed with following steps:-
1) providing BPL MOBILE PHONES at cheap rates
2) launching programmes to explain how to make use of online system
3) maximum target must be made to make bus and train station wifi hub
4) free wifi in villages
Prime minister narendra modi had made an effective step towards a very sensitive issue corruption and black money. And to make this programme succesfull steps must be taken towards online.

Rajeaswar Narasimhan 3 साल 10 महीने पहले

1.Please make all banking software to login by OTP - 10 digits char + text + mouse based
captcha - stable querty onscreen keyboard with clicks- password will change every time since OTP but keyboard will be stable - now keyboard is scrambled which is a nuisance

2.Remove password based login for all banking and email software - all 10char dynamic OTP
with mouse based captcha + mouse based click for querty keyboard
3.All logins must be done with 2nd factor authentication
This is all

Ritesh Srivastava 3 साल 10 महीने पहले

1) Policy to bring standard and result oriented education of IT at School Level.
2) Syllabus of IT subjects to be reviewed every 3 years.
3) Introduce IT as stream at 10, 10+2 and BA/BSc level.
4) Engg Colleges to adopt future technology in education with Lab facility.
5) Mandate Uni and Pvt org to have Incubation center with some tax benefit.
6) Education on Patent, IPR and Legal to be available at incubation center.
7) Incubation centers to share Patent/IPR with developers.

Dinesh Pandey 3 साल 10 महीने पहले

1. Register to India/state government to run his shop/business (more than 60% shops are not registered with government) they don’t want to use cashless as it will be earning & visible to govt.
2. All register company/shops/business have facility to opt cash less (sweep machine/e-transition) to consumer. :- they have to paid tax to government in cashless transaction, which should be nil & same has to be applied on cash transaction.

Abhilash_33 3 साल 10 महीने पहले

1. Universal software input & GUI for central to state to grampanchayat government forms/applications
2. Tracking system - with AADHAAR number as track number
3. AADHAAR based forms/applications
4. Simple Web cloud based single GUI for Web_browsers/Mobile_Applications/Mobile_Web_Browsers.
5. Feedback system with every form/application (with for Government Employee/System feedback)

Rajiv Sharma 3 साल 10 महीने पहले

The focus of draft policy should be to create platform for e-enabled governance. In this regard, the following is proposed:

1. Online approvals at Corporation/ State Government Departments.
2. Create interface centres/ facilitation desks in villages to facilitate e-commerce at gras root level.
3. Increase data transfer speed/ connectivity.
4. Promote mobile based apps from the present internet based apps for wider usage.
5. Enhance Data security with strict punishment for culprits.

Mohan Lal 3 साल 10 महीने पहले

sir,I think it should be taught in schools about Internet apps use,and apps devolping.first of all there should be availability of network and then note pads for students above fourth class.Kindly,save India's future by reducing heavy bags of books. and insure food provided in midday meal prepared under CCTV and then tasted by schools head and cook also.

Pratik chandrakant vadavale 3 साल 10 महीने पहले

Sir, i support n welcome ur idea of cashless india; i make some inquiries to bank like central bank about card swiping machines to provide it to our area. I hv informed that the cost of machine is 3000 to 3500 per month which is not affordable for common shopkeeper. I req u to thik abt it n provide us free swping machines that can help us to take step ahead to cashless india. I'm working through my nom registered NGO n i want to provide a camps for public to quick atm card provide and swipe mchi

Bharath Bhushan Lohray 3 साल 10 महीने पहले

The Govt of India should spin off a Certification Authority. Every Govt (state & central) website, and that of private Cos registered under Companies Act should be provided a SSL certificate for signing websites and software at no charge. This would encourage security and reduce foreign exchange lost to US based Cos.

LetsEncrypt has has done a good job of this and has become the Internet's largest Certification Authority today (in the last 2 years).