Although the two terms are often used interchangeably, there is a difference between e-governance and e-Student. E-student refers to the use of the ICTs in student administration which, when combined with our college Educational change and new skills, are intended to improve student services and democratic processes and to strengthen support to the students. However, e-student has no provision for governance of ICTs. The governance of ICTs typically requires a substantial increase in regulation and policy-making capabilities, as well as additional expertise and opinion-shaping processes among various social stakeholders. The perspective of e-governance is "the use of the technologies that both help to govern and have to be governed". The central goal of e-governance is to reach the beneficiary and to ensure that their service needs are met. Ideally, the students will automatically recognize the importance of achieving this goal in order to maximize its efficiency.
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