Internet has changed everything in the era of 4th Industrial revolution. The society has become faster than ever and social media has emerged as a strong tool of interaction these days. People are using social media for communicating with each other and many of the government departments have started deploying the electronic system. In the past decade, we saw that people did not have to go round the banks for the transaction and with a changed system in the banking system, salaries of the government employees were coming directly into the accounts and ATM machines were used in abundance. Observing these, Indian government started focusing more on introducing the Digital India scheme, keeping in mind the Indian people getting all kinds of facilities at home. Modi has made it clear that India will have to make digital in order to step up with the world. The result of the campaign of the Prime Minister is that it has an impact in India. People are getting not only comfort from the Digital India project, but also opportunities for employment have increased for them.
Apart from these, all small and big companies across the country have also shown interest in the Digital India and Digital India Schemes of various kinds in progress would benefit people soon. Schemes like E-Basta and E-Hospital Portal have been launched for students studying in elementary, school, school and college. Students can come to this portal to get the content linked to their course. Teachers, notes and injection materials will also be launched on the same portal, so that the burden of the people will be reduced. They just do not have to trust the books. Similarly, e-Hospital Portal has also been launched under the Digital India Scheme. The full details of the doctor on government hospitals will be given on this portal. Information about which doctor's specialty is will also be provided. Digital lockers are also being made available to people through digital India projects and required documents can be kept safe. Digital India and its people will be able to use the online way for easy transactions.
Although it would take several years considering the pace of work in the Indian bureaucratic system, there is an eupohoria among the technocrats about its beginning. Seeing all these digital developments in India, blockchain still has to go a long way because it is not a well-known phenomenon and it is considered not easily accessible like the case of computers and internet before 90s. India is a country of small cities and mostly semi-urban. If they are not going to be a part of blockchain revolution and its accessibility, it would not be a mass technology.