Digital India’s success is not hidden. The world has praised India’s digital interventions time and time again, and with India’s inauguration of her G20 presidency, the hundreds of foreign delegates who have arrived in India have all praised it. Attendees not only receive a traditional welcome, but also a taste of Indian cuisine. While India insists on working together through hope, harmony and healing, the delegation is also amazed by the country’s technological prowess.
A video shared by the G20 India Twitter handle showed attendees scanning their access passes to enter the conference venue. In a tweet, the G20 India handle said this helped delegates cut the queue with the OR code.
“Digital Transformation at #G20India, Reduce Queues with QR Codes! Delegates to the 1st Sherpa Conference Underway in Udaipur Digitally Scan the QR Code on the Access Pass to Enter the Conference Venue” read the tweets.
digital transformation in #G20 IndiaCut the matrix with a QR code!
Attendees of the 1st Sherpa Meeting underway in Udaipur are entering the meeting venue by digitally scanning the QR code on their access pass. pic.twitter.com/moc5ZxHhoP— G20 India (@g20org) December 5, 2022
As seen in the video, as soon as a participant scans the QR code on the access pass, the participant’s name and photo will appear on the screen. Participants can be seen smiling and praising their skills.
Meanwhile, India’s G20 Sherpa, Amitabh Kant, kicked off the first meeting of the G20 Sherpas in Udaipur, announcing India’s initiatives such as Aadhaar, Unified Payments Interface (UPI) and direct profit shifting. emphasized. These initiatives have helped lift a huge population above the poverty line.
Mr Kant said the issues on the 13 working groups have already been circulated to the participants. This note addresses concerns such as accelerated, inclusive and resilient growth. Accelerate progress on the Sustainable Development Goals, especially health and education, climate action, technological transformation and digital public infrastructure.
The first session of today’s debate focused on technological transformation in the digital economy, health and education, while the second session focused on green development and India’s Lifestyles for the Environment (LiFE) initiative. Three more sessions of his will take place on Tuesday, focusing on Accelerated, Inclusive and Resilient Growth, Multilateralism and Food, Fuel and Fertilizer, Women-led Development, and Tourism and Culture. India officially assumed her G20 presidency on December 1st.