The world is rapidly transforming into one society driven by an outstanding increase in the amount of communication between civilizations. It has really become information driven society in which Information Communication &Technology plays important and indispensable role. Keeping up with the 21 st century, governments around the world are embracing Information Technology (IT). In every region of the globe-from developing countries to industrialized ones – central and local governments are putting critical information online, automating bulky processes and interacting electronically with their citizens.
The arrival of new Information Communication & Technologies (ICT) has significantly enhanced our capabilities to collect, process, and distribute information. Almost all developing countries regard ICTs as an important factor while preparing their national development plans. One area has received outstanding attention is the use of ICT in the quest of good governance, usually termed e-governance.
E-governance is about the use of (ICTs) to raise the quality of services governments deliver to citizens and businesses. Most governments in the developed world have moved towards some form of implementation of IT to deliver services to the citizens as well as better govern their internal programs. Today wide ranges of E-governance projects are being implemented at different parts of the country including the projects designed to reduce digital divide in rural areas that have been ignored in the past.