Earth Sciences Minister Harsh Vardhan on Monday launched a mobile application which will provide city-wise weather forecasts, nowcasts and other warnings. The mobile application, ‘Mausam’, has been designed and developed jointly by the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (ICRISAT), the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune and the India Meteorological Department (IMD). Speaking at the event, […]Continue Reading..
Unified Mobile Application for New-Age Governance (Umang) app offers citizens access to a range of government and private sector services. Launched in 2017 by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), the number of services that the app now offers is over 600. These include PAN, DigiLocker, PPF, National Pension Scheme, Aadhaar and more. The app […]Continue Reading..
One-stop-shop solutions can often come in handy, which is exactly what the government’s 112 India app is. The app is pitched as an all-in-one application that can be used to raise an SOS alert with just a single tap in any emergency — be it medical, fire or something else. Developed as a part of the Government of India’s […]Continue Reading..
The Agriculture Ministry has introduced a new mobile app for the farmers in India amidst nationwide lockdown. The app will assist Indian farmers and traders transport produced goods during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. What is the Kisan Rath app? The Kisan Rath mobile app will help facilitate transportation by onboarding 5 lakh trucks and 20,000 tractors […]Continue Reading..
Within days of the launch of Aarogya Setu app, over 30 lakh citizens have downloaded it. The Aarogya Setu app launched by the government of India enables people to self-assess the risk of getting coronavirus disease (COVID-19). Available for both Android and iPhones, the app uses your phone’s Bluetooth, Location and mobile number to check whether you […]Continue Reading..
Indian government already has its MyGov app to spread awareness about the coronavirus outbreak. However, it has now launched a dedicated coronavirus tracking app called Aarogya Setu, which will use the smartphone’s location data and Bluetooth to check if you have been near a Covid-19 infected person or not. Spotted by The Next Web first, the app determines if […]Continue Reading..
The Indian government is reportedly working on a smartphone app aimed to help the spread of coronavirus. This app called “Corona Kavach” is being developed for Android and iOS by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). The beta version of Corona Kavach is available on Google Play Store. Corona Kavach (Corona Shield) app essentially […]Continue Reading..
Coming soon — a Covid tracker app from the government in English and all major Indian languages. The government is likely to launch a smartphone application to help users check if they crossed paths with patients who tested positive for coronavirus. The contours of the app, government officials told ET, is currently being examined by a committee, after […]Continue Reading..
The Indian government is reportedly working on a smartphone app to help stop the spread of coronavirus. The app called “CoWin-20” is currently in beta testing and it will launch for both Android and iOS platforms. According to a report by News18, CoWin-20 app will track users through their smartphone location to stop the community spread of […]Continue Reading..
This is good news for millions of employees across the country. EPFO (Employees ‘Provident Fund Organization) and ESIC (Employees’ State Insurance Corporation) have made some new announcements in the interest of employees. They will benefit a large number of employed people. These announcements mainly cut employee contributions, which will benefit many people. About these EPFO , ESIC Ministry of Labor, Ministry of Labour and EPFO […]Continue Reading..