About Democratization of Information #DoI and embracing IT in Governance.

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Abraham Paul P.

Ex: V.P. SIEMENS SPCNL / G.M. BPL. Mobile / TES (I) DOT India.

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Democratization of Information #DoI and embracing IT in governance.     http://wp.me/p1ZsI2-g6

For kind attention of Mr. Sam Pitroda.

While agreeing fully that embracing IT is the way to improve Governance;  India being one of the nations in the forefront of IT capability, it is astonishing why Government is still far away from exploiting its potential  in the over-all governance so as to transform its various departments  efficient,  faster and transparent.

In fact, India of today, with considerable penetration of Mobile phone services, most people in the lowest social & economic strata use information communication technology in a day to day basis much more than what the governments do.

Democratization of Information #DoI through various social media would become very much useful at least for the middle class who greatly indulge in…

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About Abraham Paul

Vision & Objective: Telecom has always been the passion of my life. After 60 years of outstanding career and many personal contributions to the industry, I still have same urge, and desire to give back to the industry, the abundant experience, knowledge and potential acquired, by providing consultancy service to forward looking enterprises and entrepreneurs in Legacy and New generation Telecom & IT in the areas of Business Management, Technology, Engineering and Services. Apolitical and religiously unbiased.
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