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By Dr. P. SekharSPICON 2016 Conference

Smart Governance with Digital Technology HUBthroughSecured Governance

Only 0.42% of land area is used for Living space.Land:2,973,190 sq km (2011)Water:314,070 sq km (2011)Coastline:7,517 kmPopulation of 206 countries put together equals Indias population !!!Water Demand in Cubic kmsYear201020252050Irrigation6889101072Drinking Water5673102Industry122363Energy0515130Others827280Total81310931447

Water Scenario IndiaPopulation 1,331.9 million;Area 3,287,590 Sq. kms. (1,269,346 sq. miles);Density 446 sq. kms.Number of Households 246 million;Literacy Rate 74.04%;GDP (at current prize) Rs.15.43 lakh crore (US$2,288.72 billion));Per Capita Income Rs. 93,231.Living Space per person in India (in sq.meters)Median 9.7.India at a Glance

Overview of Indian Overseas Population(numbers in million)Note:Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Person of Indian Origin (PIO)

Computer Evolution 1st & 2nd Generation

Vacuum Tube (1939 1954)1937 First Digital Electronic Computer1941 Germany Developed the Z3. 1945 ENIAC was built for the U.S. Army

Transistor (1954 1959)1950 National Bureau of Standards (NBS) introduced its Standards Eastern Automatic Computer (SEAC).1950 Introduced the model 604 computer, its first with transistors, that became the basis of the model 608 of 1957,

Computer Evolution 3rd & 4th Generation

3rd Generation Computers (1959 1971)1959 The first integrated circuit in Feb. 1959; first germanium IC in Oct. 1958; the first commercial product using IC was the hearing aid in Dec. 1963; General Instrument made LSI chip (100+ components) for Hammond organs 1968.

4th Generation Computers (1971 - Present) Microprocessor1971 Microprocessor.Computer Evolution Fifth Generation1991 World-Wide Web (WWW) was developed

Expected Future Generation of Digital TechnologySmallest ever hard disk writes information atom by atom.Computer program learns to replicate Human handwriting.1,000 fold increase in 3 D imaging resolution.Nationwide Gigabit Broadband.A new data transfer record: 43 terabits per second.Brain-like supercomputer the size of a postage stamp.Breakthrough in creating DNA-based electrical circuits.Wi Fi up to five time faster.

Utilization of Digital Technology

SOFTWARE: Application for productivity, business, networks, systems, security, Mobile Apps.

SERVICES: Deployment, integration, custom development, break/fix, managed services.

INFRASTRUCTURES: Internet backbone, telecommunications networks, cloud data centers.

INFORMATION: Data, documents, voice, images, social streams.HARDWARE: Computers, Servers, Storage, Mobile Devices, Printers, Network Equipment etc.

US$21.02 billion FDI(April 2000 to March 2016)IT & ITeS Industry in IndiaThe Indian IT sector is expected to grow at a rate of 12-14% for FY2016-17.The sector is also expected triple its current annual revenue to reach US$350 billion by FY 2025.

IT & ITeS Industry in India


MarketSizeUS$124 130 billionGraduates addition to talent pool in India (in million)Market Size of IT Industry in India (US$ billion)

Breakup of Indian IT BPM (Domestic + Export) Revenues (US$ billion)

IT Services


Packaged Software, ER & D and Product Development


e - Commerce5523200.41304041314

Exports Domestic

Global SpendUS$ 1.2 trillion

RevenueUS$ 143 billion

Global SourcingUS$ 162 166 billion

ExportsUS$ 108 billion

IndiaNo. 1 Sourcing Location

Employees:3.7 million

Global Market: India Market: IT BPM Industry SnapshotPlayers: 16,000 + firmsGlobal Presence: >80 countriesIndia Presence: >50 locationsStart ups: 4,200 + firmsDigital: 8,000 + firmsIndia Market: Landscape

Megacities 03; One million or above Cities 71;Class I (1,00,000 persons as population) 496;Class II (50,001 100,000 population 600;Class III (20, 001 to 50,000 population) 1,912;Class IV (10,001 to 20,000 population) 2,238;Class V (5,000 to 10,000 population) 2,188.

Classification of Cities in IndiaProblems in Smart Cities or Digital Technology HUBs developmentRequired massive infrastructure development;Huge funds required for investment in HUBs development;Skilled Manpower is essential for several development activities.

Secured Governance - DefinitionSecured Governance offers a strategy for the government to get all the basic infrastructure development with a negligible investment by the Government. It is a concept of developing Techno Economic Corridors connecting HUBs which will act as growth centre for individual sectors. The very concept of Secured here implies a secured convergence or knitting with various sectors defining a growth for an economy.Harnessing the Untapped Potential of the NationDefining Growth through Convergence of Multiple SectorsInfrastructure Development with Minimal Govt. Investment.Setting up HUBs, Mini HUBs and Nano HUBs Nationally

Secured Governance Sustainable Development StrategySecured Governance presents a developmental model for the TECHNOLOGY HUB whereby they it can take advantage of the extra Floor Space Index (FSI) provided to it in addition to the value and valuation of the infrastructure to yield higher returns. This valuation of infrastructure, which grows many folds, will support infrastructure development, ensuring balanced growth.Research and Development centres could form one of the major new initiatives designed to facilitate investment, foster innovation, protect intellectual property, and create a conducive environment for best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure - a venture on these lines could be started in the proposed Technology HUB.

Development of Techno Economic Digital Technology HUB

Barren Land

Effecting integration of Digital Technology for upcoming smart cities.Techno Economic Corridor

Digital Technology HUB

Smart City

Supporting Sectors of Secured Governance Digital Technology HUB

Digital Technology


Industry Sector

Transport Sector

Power Sector

Telecom Sector

Banking Sector

Healthcare Sector

Residential Sector

Tourism SectorGovt. Facilities Sector

Agriculture Sector

Essence of Partnership in Digital Technology HUBs Relative to Current Guidelines

Various Infrastructure Project Type

Phase I: Strategic Planning, Pre feasibility, PPP Suitability, Internal ClearancePPP Identification

Phase II: Full feasibility study, PPP Preparation Clearance

Phase III: Procurement, Final approval, AwardPPP development pipeline

Phase IV: Contract Management & Monitoring

PPP ImplementationFlow Chart of PPP Development Model

Expected Results

Assessing long term financial viability through interdependent key sectors;Commencement of detailed structure planning and infrastructure coordination for key strategic for the growing demand.

More engagement through private participation enhancing the proposed project.

Usage of Government funds can be optimised as development will be diverted from private participants.

Structured & Integrated development enhances the multi sectoral productivity.

Micro Tech Global Foundation (MTGF) is driven by and comprises of eminent personalities and professionals from different walks of life, all united with the single vision of revitalizing & promoting overall developments in the field of Education and Research, Sports, Culture, Philanthropy & Governance. MTGF is working on various initiatives like Disaster Management Awareness Programs, Micro Premier League, Micro Innovation League, Elite Brigade, Micro Institute of Security Management and most importantly the concept of Secured Governance for Secured Techno-Economic Growth of the Nation. About the Author :- Dr. P. Sekhar, Chairman, MTGFMembers Operational Team:- Dr. R. RajaramMrs. Sheetal AMs. Mahati SMr. Johnson NadarMr. Ravindran PMr. Tapas KaulMembers of Planning and Advisory committee for Secured Governance:-Dr. P. SekharMr. N.Gopalaswami IAS (retd.)Mr. A.R. KaleMr. S.N Zindal (DG STPI retd.)Mr. G. S . Gill IAS (retd)Mr. V. Ranganathan IAS (retd.)Mrs. Jayanthi SMr . N. Vittal IAS (Retd.)Lt. Gen. S. Ravi Shankar (Retd. Former Director General, Border Road)Mr. Kamal K. Kashyap (Ex. DGP, Govt. of Maharashtra)Mr. S.S Motial ( Retd. Air Commodore, Ex- CMD ITI)MICRO TECH GLOBAL FOUNDATIONDr. P. Sekhar, is a doctorate in Solid State Electronics & Nuclear Physics. He is backed by a team of eminent experts belonging to various fields whove played a significant role in establishing the Secured Governance concept. He has also played a key role in developing growth centers for the nation in the form of Software Technology Zones, STPIs, Electronic Zones etc. He has authored over 45 books on national & global techno economic growth.About :- Micro Tech Global Foundation (MTGF)Gauri Complex, Second Floor, Office No. 204, Plot No. 19, Sector 11,CBD Belapur, Navi Mumbai 400 614. Phone No. 022 2756 6812. e-mail : info@microfoundation.netwebsite: www.microfoundation.net

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