Sanjeev Kumar Katara

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This paper aims to study the processes of Debts Recovery Tribunals (DRTs) and Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunals (DRATs) in India and propose an e-Governance framework to improve their core functioning and expedite the recovery of Non-Performing Assets (NPAs) of Banks and Financial Institutions (FIs). It also discusses how DRTs, DRATs, Ministry of Finance(More)
This paper aims to present the implementation framework for the monitoring of psychotropic substances in India. The apex body for control and management of psychotropic substances is Central Bureau of Narcotics (CBN), Govt. of India. The CBN allows online registration, issues import/export certificates and also permits return filing by Manufacturers,(More)
People with disabilities have increased their use of the Internet to share their common difficulties and complications. For people with disabilities, their main struggle is integration within today's society. This paper will explore what assistive ICTs are available to people with disabilities, and how assistive technology improves their quality of life. It(More)
This paper explores how Information and Communications Technology (ICT) improves the monitoring and control of psychotropic substances in India and a framework for implementation. The apex body for control and monitoring of psychotropic substances is Central Bureau of Narcotics (CBN). The CBN allows online registration, issues import/export certificates,(More)
The secure border management is a complex process when it comes to cross border transportation. The lack of visibility of operations at ground level results in long delays at check points and encourages many corrupt practices. This may lead to infiltration and other fraudulent activities. This paper focuses on developing a comprehensive framework for secure(More)
The present paper presents an m-Governance framework and its possible implementation in India. It campaigns for use of mobile devices and technologies in e-Governance as the ubiquitous inexpensive mobile phones in the developing world might be able to bring e-Governance services closer to its citizens. The paper also briefly mentions the possible challenges.
Border security management is a vital issue in Indian perspective because India shares its border with six countries -- Bangladesh, China, Pakistan, Nepal, Bhutan and Myanmar. All states except Madhya Pradesh, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Telangana, Delhi and Haryana have an international border or a coast line. India has faced several incidents of cross border(More)
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