New Delhi: The Indian government will organise the first-ever India Stack Developer Conference at the India Habitat Centre in New Delhi on Wednesday.
The first India Stack Developer Conference will dwell on ways and means to ensure wider adoption of India’s digital goods all over the world.
Over 100 digital leaders from the industry, government, startups and unicorns and academia will attend the conference. Delegates from G20 countries and G20 Secretariat have also been invited to the conference.
MoS for Electronics & IT and Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Rajeev Chandrasekhar said that the conference will provide a platform for the Industry and developer community to explore ways to develop robust startups and innovation ecosystems within the country and also take India stack products to other countries.
“India Stack is a multi-layer cluster of digital solutions – Aadhaar, UPI, Digi Locker, Co-Win, GeM, and GSTN that have played a significant role in the digital transformation in India,” he said.
“Post Covid, India has emerged as a preeminent nation in use of technology for development and governance-at a population scale. Our focus is now on to broaden the dissemination of our digital goods within the country and widen their adoption outside,” added Chandrasekhar.
In reply to a query, the Minister said, “We believe in the principle of Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam (the world is one). Those countries that are keen on following India’s lead can adopt India Stack according to their needs.”
The Minister said India Stack will be one of the focus areas at the World Government Summit 2023 which is being held in Abu Dhabi next month.