It will pull together many existing schemes which would be restructured and re-focused and
      implemented in a synchronized manner. The Common branding of the programmes as Digital
      India highlights their transformative impact.
           Digital India aims to provide the much needed thrust to the nine pillars of growth areas,
      namely: (1) broadband highways; (2) universal access to mobile connectivity; (3) public internet
      access programme; (4) e-governance: reforming government through technology; (5) e-Kranti -
      electronic delivery of services; (6) information for all; (7) electronics manufacturing; (8) IT for
      Jobs; and (9) early harvest programmes.
           Following initiatives have been taken under the Digital India programme. LIMBS (Legal
      Information and Management Based System) LIMBS is an easy to access, web-based tool for
      comprehensive, regulatory and proactive monitoring of court cases. It is a web-based platform
      which provides a common access portal to all users having varying needs and cutting across
      administration pyramids i.e., access is available right from the file dealer to the top management.
      LIMBS has use friendly data entry screen for capturing the details of court cases. Progress of
      court cases can be entered. Various MIS reports help to monitor these cases. E-document vault
      allows user to enter the important judgement. SMS alerts are used to sensitize the users over
      important issues.
      National Data Sharing and Accessibility Programme
           The objective of this policy is to facilitate the access to government owned shareable data
      and information in both human readable and machine readable forms through a network all over
      the country in a proactive updatable manner, within the framework of various related policies.
      Acts and rules of Government of India, thereby permitting wider accessibility and use of public
      data and information.
           The main objectives of e-office are:- (a) to improve efficiency, consistency and
      effectiveness of government responses; (b) to reduce turnaround time and to meet and demands
      of the citizens charter; (c) to provide for effective resource management to improve the quality of
      administration; (d) to reduce processing delays; (e) to establish transparency and accountability;
      and (f) the system will automate movement of files within government offices, etc.