ICT Success Stories – Implementing In Different Sectors
According to the worldwide research and ICT success stories, ICT is able to lead better learning capacity of student and improved teaching techniques. The National Institute of Multimedia Education present in Japan reported that a raise in exposure of student to educational ICT curriculum combination has an important and optimistic impact on achievement of student, especially by means of command knowledge, presentation ability and practical skills in such subject as social study, science, and mathematics.
Couple of years back, the famous World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) had released a sequence of ICT success stories focusing its uses. The first success story was systems and applications offered at the Forum of 2011 WSIS. Succeeding success stories were from the Project Prizes 2012 WSIS in which position holders were requested to present different functions to compete for the presented prizes at the annual function.
The main role of these ICT Success Stories is to illustrate important challenges and lessons from those schemes that found to be efficient in the sector of ICT. The success stories include assistance from teams and leaders of recognized project.
Although these stories enlarge ahead of the agriculture scope, there are helpful cases present in this sector of different projects. At present year, the community “e-Agriculture” and major partner in the e-forums hosting in ICT agriculture was a WSIS prize winner. Their international practice community, assisted by the branch, Knowledge and Capacity Development of the organization, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, has developed to around 8,500 members all around the 160 territories and countries.
The podium is utilized as a space for public to transfer information, resources and ideas associated to the ICT use for rural development and sustainable agriculture. Three well-respected e-forums increasing green growth, data collection, agricultural marketing and evaluation and monitoring are creation of teamwork with the community of e-Agriculture.
One more development project of rural highlighted in present year ICT Success Stories is the Samadhan Project, Indore, a scheme of the Network for Information and Computer Technology and Indore Collector in India. At numerous examination centers known as Samadhan Kendras, administration of Indore city place digital platforms for the citizens where that they can use services with no entry to the building of central administrative. Several Applications such as domicile certificates, affidavits, caste certificates, birth and death registrations and incomes certificates, with the facility of of electricity bill payments and rail tickets, can be fulfilled at these great centers. Interoperable software is present and with this, the administration of district can check and follow the dispensation of applications of individuals. It guarantees that files of the citizen are confined and their important data is hold with care.
The ICT Success Stories 2011 characterized numeral projects of agricultural development, one of them paying attention on the progress and development of the website E-TIC.net. This website offers useful information on stockbreeding, fishing and farming in different languages such as French, English, as well as other local languages and for Senegalese and Malian farmers. The ICT success stories are focusing on many communication technologies.