The suggestions include large scale online programmes for the education of e-transactions and a watchdog mechanism to control cyber security breach
GN Bureau | December 20, 2016
Calling demonetisation a bold step by the Narendra Modi government, CMAI association of India noted that the move will help curb black money from the economy and push digital economy.
The Communication Multimedia and Infrastructure (CMAI) association of India is an integrated professional registered association in India for mobiles, telecom, ICT, education, cyber security, communications, multimedia, manufacturing industries and infrastructure sector having more than 48,500 members. The association is partnered with 54 representatives across the world.
The association has given nine suggestions to the government. They are:
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