The department of information technology intends to

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The Department of Information Technology intends to set up over 1 million internet-enabled common service centers across India as per the National e-Governance Plan FDI cap in the telecom sector has been increased to 100 per cent from 74 per cent ; out of 100 per cent, 49 per cent will be done through automatic route and the rest will be done through the FIPB approval route. The Government of India has introduced Digital India programme under which all the sectors such as healthcare, retail, etc. will be connected through internet
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Achievements Department of Telecommunication launched ‘Tarang Sanchar’ - a web portal sharing information on mobile towers and EMF Emission Compliances. Six-fold increase in Government spending on telecommunications infrastructure and services in the country – from Rs 9,900 crores (US$ 1.41 billion) during 2009-14 to Rs 60,000 crores (US$ 8.55 billion) (actual + planned) during 2014-19. Over 75 per cent increase in internet coverage – from 251 million users to 446 million Country-wide Optical Fibre Cable (OFC) coverage doubled – from 700,000 km to 1.4 million km Five-fold jump in FDI inflows in the Telecom Sector – from US$ 1.3 Billion in 2015-16 to US$ 6.1 billion in 2017-18 (up to December 2017)
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INDIA NOW
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Road Ahead Revenues from the telecom equipment sector are expected to grow to US$ 26.38 billion by 2020. The number of internet subscribers in the country is expected to double by 2021 to 829 million and overall IP traffic is expected to grow 4-fold at a CAGR of 30 per cent by 2021. The Indian Mobile Value-Added Services (MVAS ) industry is expected to grow at a CAGR of 18.3 per cent during the forecast period 2015–2020 and reach US$ 23.8 billion by 2020 The National Digital Communications Policy 2018 has envisaged attracting investments worth US$ 100 billion in the telecommunications sector by 2022 App downloads in India are expected to increase to 18.11 billion in 2018F and 37.21 billion in 2022F
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Customer Satisfaction Person’s feeling of pleasure or disappointment which resulted from comparing a product’s perceived performance or outcome against his/her expectations’.
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