The majority of government-to-consumer or G2C interaction happens in districts, which serve as the de facto front end of the government. The eDistrict initiative was designed to enhance this encounter and boost district-level departmental efficiencies to enable seamless service delivery to the citizen.
On December 1st, 1963, the State of Nagaland was legally admitted as the 16th State of the Indian Union. It is bordered on the west by Assam, on the east by Myanmar (Burma), on the north by Arunachal Pradesh and a portion of Assam, and on the south by Manipur.
Nagaland is ahead of low-income states like Chhattisgarh (Rs 78,001) and Rajasthan, but falls behind the national average of Rs 86,454 with a per capita income of Rs 78,367. (Rs 75,201). Because of the severe income gaps in our state, Nagaland, there is a high level of inequality and poverty. Additionally, a high rate of poverty is a sign of high unemployment or underemployment, both of which keep people in poverty and below the federal poverty line.