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Effect of digitization on economy: an Indian prospective

Author Affiliations

  • 1DEPT. of I.T., B.I.T., DURG, C.G., India
  • 2SKWFMNC, DURG, C.G., India

Res. J. Management Sci., Volume 7, Issue (5), Pages 1-10, May,6 (2018)


The survey forecasts a growth rate of 6.75 to 7.5 percent for FY'18 compared to the expected growth rate of 6.7% in FY'17 and GDP growth rate of 8 percent to 10%. Digitization is a procedure that has both representative and material measurements. Emblematically, digitization changes over simple signs into bits that are spoken to as 1s and 0s. Digitization in this manner produces data that can be communicated in a wide range of routes, on various sorts of materials, and in a wide range of frameworks. Hypothetically, any material with two effectively separated states can be utilized to store and impart digitized signals, including silicone transistors, punch cards, and so forth. While digitized data isn\'t restricted to a particular arrangement of materials, it is still, in the last occasion, grounded in the setups of materials. It is like this in which digitization intercedes between the material and the insignificant (Manoff, 2006; Hayles, 2003) that makes digitization a one of a kind procedure. While digitalization all data is on a solitary key. All data is as advanced frame, and they put away such that you can get to them anyplace as you required. Govt. trying to get rid of manual work, most of departments is under digitalization position due to that they will be able to provide information to anyone. Digitization benefit programs would reduce leakage from corruption, black money and fraud and ensure government payments reach beneficiaries on time and in full, Because of decreased conveyance expenses and help protect materials making superb advanced pictures accessible electronically and may diminish wear and tear on weak and delicate archives. The digitization demonstrated effect on economy and society by diminishing joblessness, enhancing personal satisfaction, and boosting access to learning, and may be helpful for GDP growth.


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