Dhar (Madhya Pradesh): Yash Rawat of Dhar District was awarded the Change Maker Award at Digital India Festival held between July 4th and 9th in Gandhinagar Gujarat.
Rawat was honoured by Ashwini Vaishnav Minister of Electronics and information technology, Railways and communication and Abhishek Singh president and CEO MY-Gov India for securing the first position in Madhya Pradesh achieving maximum 8.5 lakh points in various activities of different government departments in seven years under Government of India’s Digital India programme My-Gov India.
The programme was organised on the completion of seven years of Digital India programme My-Gov India by the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology, in the form of Digital India Week 2022 Under Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav. The festival was launched by Prime Minister Modi.
Rawat has also secured the second position at the national level in CSC Olympiad 2.1 and has also been given the title of “Meri Sarkar Parivartan Nirmata '' by the Ministry. The state won five more prizes and certificates in the competition. Industrialists, IT companies, leaders of NICs, CSCs, Fintech companies, and CEOs of all social media and start-ups were invited to the programme.