Tamil Nadu, AP, Karnataka along with Delhi and Chandigarh named leaders in NCAER report.
Karnataka, Chandigarh, Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, AP have been ranked as leaders in e-readiness assessment as per the India e-Readiness Assessment Report 2008 released last month by the Department of Information Technology, government of India.
The report published by department in collaboration with National Council of Applied Economic Research (NCAER) is the fifth in series of reports that categorizes states/UTs on level of their e-Readiness. The study calculates the e-readiness index based on three sub-indicators, i.e. the environment that promotes the spread and usage of ICT, the readiness of different stake holders of the economy (government, businesses and the individual) to use ICT and the degree of usage of ICT by the stakeholders.
Read the report here.