The Government of India started Digital India. Under this, initiatives to connect people with technology are being taken through technology. Today many users have a smartphone and they are capable of using many government services, including SMS, apps. Users can use any service easily through a smartphone. Here we are giving you information about some government applications, portals, and numbers, in which every Indian should know.
Bharat ke Veer: Through this mobile app, the citizen can financially help families of Union Armed Police Forces. This can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. Please let us know that there is also a website named Bharat ke Veer.
cVigil: This app was created by Election Commission of India. Through this app, any citizen of the country can file a violation of the code of conduct or file a complaint. This information will go straight to the commission.
UTS : This app is for general ticket booking. Through this app, people will be able to book General Tickets through the app. According to the railway official, the UTS on mobile app will also be able to book un-reserved tickets for long distance trains. Thereby, the passengers will benefit in a big way.
National Scholarships Portal: This portal is for students. Under this, details of the schemes being given to the students by the Central Ministries and State Department will be provided. A helpline number 0120-6619540 has also been given for this.
1091: This number is provided for women who are victims of domestic violence. They can call this number and file a complaint.
Aaykar Setu: This is an income tax department’s app. Through this, users can do many things by applying a PAN card to paying tax.
MySpeed (TRAI): Users can measure data speed through this app. Through this, the coverage area and network related information can also be taken in addition to speed.
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