CSI Nihilent eGovernance Awards

Nihilent and the Computer Society of India have jointly instituted and managed the CSI – Nihilent e-Governance Awards for recognizing the contributions made in the field of e-Governance in the country. Instituted in 2002, the basic objective of these awards has been to recognize and appreciate the successful efforts by Indian State and Center Governments, Departments and Districts in achieving good governance using Information and Communication Technologies.

An independent selection committee drawn from the industry, academia and the government adjudicates the awards while the selection process includes visits by a team of experts to sites to assess the project implementation and the impact on the people benefited by such projects. The evaluation process is based on parameters categorized in Results and Enablers framework and is designed to ensure that final selections are based on a totally transparent and appropriate framework. Held for the last fifteen years, these prestigious awards have received tremendous response and their pre-eminence is widely recognized. The awards function is attended by dignitaries from the IT industry, as well as personalities from government and non-government organizations.

Every year, a compendium of selected best entries of case studies from the year’s awards is published and released. The compilation gives an insight to all stakeholders in e-governance and shares the critical success factors in the implementation process.

Nihilent has taken several initiatives to partner governments across the world in moving in the direction of good governance.

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Ayodhya Charitable Trust

Ayodhya Charitable Trust is a non-governmental voluntary organization working in the field of door step health services, family planning, social welfare services and rehabilitation services to disabled patients since 1977.

One of the important units of the Ayodhya Charitable Trust is their Residential School for Deaf and Research Centre. The major aim of the school is to provide educational and rehabilitation services to hearing impaired children. The school is recognized by Commissioner Person with Disabilities, Govt. of Maharashtra Pune in 16.04.2001 with registration no. 0678.

Nihilent is a honored to be providing financial assistance to the school for procuring many of the facilities, and continues to play an active role in shaping the lives and careers of children with hearing impairments.

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Lila Poonawalla Foundation

Lila Poonawalla Foundation (LPF) is an Educational Trust in India whose vision is to contribute to the empowerment of Indian women by supporting academically outstanding and financially deserving girls, through scholarship to pursue higher education. Since its inception in 1996, over 17765 scholarships have been granted to 7396 deserving girls.

The foundation gives Scholarships to the girls from Pune, Amaravati and Wardha district. In Pune district LPF supports girls from school level until post-graduation. In Amaravati and Wardha district scholarships are given for undergraduate studies. LPF scholarships are merit-cum-need based scholarships. The highlight of the foundation is that it gives an outright grant to all the girls who are selected by the foundation Trustees.

Nihilent, driven by its firm belief in the power of education and immense potential of the girl child, is proud to be sponsoring the higher education of financially deserving girls who have enrolled at the foundation.

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