E-governance in layman’s words is Empowerment. The government aims in bridging the gap between a person and the authority. It is true that our constitution divided our country into smaller units of control to ensure that every step taken by the government reaches its benefactors. Today, the scenario is not so rosy. Many programs implemented by the government do not reach the people. How many of us know about the various loans extended by the government for start-ups, women entrepreneurs, students and farmers? The answer from a common man is a Big NO. The answer YES is what India needs today. It is a commendable effort from our government to create #DigitalIndia to make sure that it connects to every person in the Information Super Highway.