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eINDIA Awards 2009: Saluting the people who went against the convention

eINDIA Awards (http://www.eindia.net.in/awards/2009/) aim to honour the distinguished professionals and institutions working in the domains of e-Agriculture, e-Governance, Digital Learning, eHealth, Telecentre, and Municipal Information Technology (IT). The eINDIA Awards aim to recognise exemplary and innovative projects which demonstrate the use and application of information and communication technology (ICT) that have transformed social development opportunities into a sustainable social enterprise. The eINDIA Award programme is held annually alongside the eINDIA (www.eindia.net.in/2009), the largest ICT for Development Forum in India, and is open for all national and international government organisations, civil society organisations, bilateral, multilateral development organisations and enterprises.

Nominations of individuals, organisations, and institutions are sought in the following 6 award categories:

Award Categories for Nominations in Telecentre
(http://www.eindia.net.in/Awards/2009/Telecentre/index.asp)

Innovative Grassroots Telecentre of the Year
Goverment/Policy Initiatives of the Year
Civil Society/Development Agency Initiative of the Year.

Award Categories for Nominations in e-Agriculture
(http://www.eindia.net.in/awards/2009/e-Agriculture/index.asp)

ICT Enabled Agriculture Initiative of the Year
Goverment/Policy Initiative of the Year
Civil Society/Development Agency Initiative of the Year.

Award Categories for Nominations in e-Governance
(http://www.eindia.net.in/awards/2009/e-Governance/index.asp)

Goverment to Citizens (G2C) Initiative of the Year
Goverment to Business (G2B) Initiative of the Year
Goverment to Goverment (G2G) Initiative of the Year
m-Governance Initiative of the Year
Civil Society/ Development Agency Initiative of the Year.

Award Categories for Nominations in eHealth
(http://www.eindia.net.in/Awards/2009/e-Health/index.asp)

ICT Enabled Hospital of the Year
Goverment/Policy Initiatives of the Year
Civil Society/ Development Agency Initiative of the Year.

Award Categories for Nominations in Municipal IT
(http://www.eindia.net.in/Awards/2009/municipal-IT/index.asp)

ICT Enabled Municipal Initiative of the Year.

Award Categories for Nominations in Digital Learning (http://www.eindia.net.in/Awards/2009/digitalLearning/index.asp)

ICT Enabled School of the Year
ICT Enabled University of the Year
Goverment Policy/ Initiative of the Year
Civil Society/Development Agency Initiative of the Year.

Nominations are open from 15th June 2009 till 15th July 2009!

Application Information:
Click here for more information on eINDIA awards
or email at awards@eindia.net.in

Winners of the eINDIA 2008 Awards included Department of Food, Civil Supplies and Consumer Affairs (ICT Partner- NIC)‏, Chhattisgarh (India), Directorate of Electronic Delivery of Citizen Services, Bangalore (India), Podar Group of Schools, Mumbai (India), Wee Kim Wee School of Communication & Information, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (India), General Education Department, Government of Kerala, for its project - IT@School, Kerala (India), KADO (Korea Agency for Digital Opportunity and Promotion)‏, Korea, Gedaref Digital City Organisation (GDCO) Sudan, Ministry of Communications, Syria and the United Nations Development Programme for the Reefnet Project, Syria, Artemis Health Institute, Gurgaon, Emergency Management & Research Institute, Secunderabad (India), among others.

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