India’s premier magazine on e-Governance, eGov has been in print for last eight years. The magazine is owned by Elets Technomedia Pvt Ltd, which conducts prestigious IT events like eINDIA, eASIA, eWORLD, SecureIT, eMaharashtra, World Education Summit and few others. The company also publishes two other magazines - digitalLEARNING and eHEALTH.
The September 2012 issue of eGov carries in-depth analysis of the hottest electricity generation, transmission and distribution related technologies and systems that are being implemented in India and abroad. Both online and print editions of September 2012 issue have been released in the market. The key attraction of the issue is the full length interactions with some of key government officials and private industry players who are active in the electricity space.
Haroon Yusuf, Minister for Power, Industry, Food & Civil Supplies Department, Delhi Government, has given an exclusive interview, in which he talks about the plans of the Delhi government for providing cheap and abundant power to the citizens of the capital. The magazine has the interview of the Arup Roy Choudhury, CMD, NTPC Ltd. Arup Roy Choudhury has provided exclusive information about the NTPC’s plans for improving its generation capacity.
We also have the interview of Anil Sardana, Managing Director, Tata Power; Lalit Jalan, CEO, Reliance Infrastructure; and also from the top leaders of companies like Essar, Accenture, IBM, etc. Anurag Goel, Commissioner & Secretary, IT & Power Departments, Government Of Assam, has written an interesting article on Assam Power Generation Company Ltd. (APGCL).
Tarun Kapoor, Joint Secretary (Solar), Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India, talks about different aspects of the National Solar Mission. Christoph Fark, Managing Director, SCHOTT Solar CSP, Dr Sergio Rossi, Head of Smart Grid and Peripherals, Infineon Technologies AG, provide their valuable inputs on the technologies by which India can bring more efficiency in its power sector. The issue also carries interviews and write-ups from heads of state owned power generation companies, heads of regulatory authorities and many others.
Beyond the issue of power, the September 2012 issue of eGov also carries in-depth article on Open Data by Neeta Verma, Country Lead, Data Portal of India, National Informatics Centre, DeitY, Government of India. Madhusudan Padhi, Commissioner & Secretary, Department of IT, Government of Odisha, has written an interesting article on the online admission related facilities that are being provided to the students in the state. Plus there are the views from important private sector players like Lenovo and many others. Then there are the usual sets of regular features.