India governance model is tech-first: PM Modi
India governance model is tech-first: PM Modi

The Government of India has made technology a significant part of all schemes and built its governance model on a tech-first approach, said Prime Minister Narendra Modi as he inaugurated Karnataka's flagship annual technology event, Bengaluru Tech Summit 2020 (BTS2020) on Thursday.

Delivering the inaugural address, PM Modi said, "It is fitting that technology is helping organise this important summit on tech in a virtual manner. Digital India, which we launched five years ago, is no more just a government initiative - it has become a way of life. It has allowed the nation to experience a human-centric approach to development."

The Prime Minister added, "Technology is the prime reason our schemes have gone beyond files and have impacted the lives of Indians at speed and at scale. This also gives us the confidence that we can vaccinate a large population of people against the COVID-19 virus in a short period of time,"

The summit, which has gone virtual this year, is being held from November 19 to 21. It is organized by the Government of Karnataka along with Karnataka Innovation and Technology Society (the state government's vision group on information technology, biotechnology and startups) and Software Technology Parks of India.

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