Efficient and Ubiquitous Software Architecture of e-Governance for Indian Administrative Services

L. Manjunatha Rao, Dr. S. Rama Krishna


Designing an effective software architecture for e-governance is definitely a challenging task when it is related to Indian Administrative services. Although there were multiple set of research work conducted in the past, but majority of the prior research has focused on designing e-governance architecture for a specific issues. Hence, the proposed paper introduces an efficient architecture that supports e-governance of India on highly distributed evaluation environment considering the potential of cloud / ubiquitous computing. It is also felt that proposed framework should be rendered secure by incorporating cost effective cryptography that takes less storage and are more efficient to circumvent illegal activities and misuse of resources in e-governance application. Finally, the proposed system is compared with existing system on the basis of browsing performance, response time, and security to show that novelty nature of the software architecture.

Keywords-component; E-Governance, Software Architecture, Indian Administrative Services, Ubiquitous.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v4i11.1947


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