Railtel gives a fillip to Railways' digital drive amid Covid-19 pandemic

During the last three months, its digital platform, the National Informatics Centre’s (NIC’s) e-office, has raised the number of users to over 100,000.
The coronavirus outbreak turned out to be a boost for the digital initiatives of the Indian Railways and the business of its digital arm Railtel Corporation of India.

While the initiative of e-office got a push in the last three months, the usage of the commercial bandwidth of Railtel increased 1.5 times and retail bandwidth by 2.25 times during this period.

During the last three months, its digital platform, the National Informatics Centre’s (NIC’s) e-office, has raised the number of users to over 100,000. 

Interestingly, the use of e-office among government officers zoomed with the number of e-files increasing from 130,000 to 405,000 and e-receipts increasing from 450,000 to 1.07 million.




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