Real Value Promoters support the Digital India initiative launched on 1st July 2015 by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi aims at transforming India into a digitally empowered country. The Digital India initiative is a great platform for making government agencies into digital enterprises and providing an easy access of internet. The initiative has garnered positive reviews from all over the world. Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook changed his Facebook profile photo on Sunday ahead of his townhall interaction with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Showing his support for PM Modi’s “Digital India” initiative, Zuckerberg wrote in a post on Facebook: “I changed my profile picture to support Digital India, the Indian government’s effort to connect rural communities to the internet and give people access to more services online. Looking forward to discussing this with Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Facebook today.”
“Thanks Mark Zuckerberg for the support. I changed my DP in support of the efforts towards a Digital India,” PM Modi wrote in a post on Facebook.
V.S. Suresh, the Managing Director of Real Value Promoters Private Limited supports the Digital India initiative as he feels that it is a great platform to enhance and improve the online infrastructure and increase the internet connectivity. It will increase the connectivity to rural areas providing them high-speed internet networks and an easy access to internet.
Focusing on the influence of technology in making connectivity easier, with the internet, mobile phone and skype, PM Modi in his speech at the Digital India dinner said, “Today, technology is advancing citizen empowerment and democracy that once drew their strength from Constitutions. Technology is forcing governments to deal with massive volume of data and generate responses, not in 24 hours but in 24 minutes.”
He further added that, “I see technology as a means to empower and as a tool that bridges the distance between hope and opportunity,” he said. “In this digital age, we have an opportunity to transform lives of people in ways that was hard to imagine just a couple of decades ago.”