Creating a Social Sanchar

Generally it is not a cake walk for people, to interact with their Senior Government Officials. Not because the Officials do not want to interact, but it is not always easy for all concerned to make time to meet. Then of course there is the travel time to consider, if you need to meet and interact!

Since our Portal has become live, people have been using the information contained to help themselves. However, we felt that Technology needs to be used more extensively, for bringing people closer to the Government, thereby enabling easy interaction with the officials.

To progress the people’s interaction, we are launching our live talk show series titled - TogetherVCAN’s SOCIAL SANCHAR

The process is to make it possible for people to interact with Government Officials and clear their queries without difficulty. It is very important for all of us, to get involved to help ourselves by identifying the problem issues, work with all stake holders, and find a solution which is both Implementable and Sustainable. 

Through these Social Sanchars we intend to make this interaction easy and affordable.

Our First SOCIAL SANCHAR is with our Guest Dr. B. K. Upadhyay, Jt. Commissioner of Police, Traffic and is being held on Thursday 27th November’14. The much talked about issue of Traffic is being taken up for the interaction.

To see all details click here The Video Technology Product AB-Live L2 that we will be using for the Social Sanchar, has been especially developed by our Video Technology Partner April Broadcast Pvt. Ltd and I am delighted to share that, this technology will be used for the first time in India!

It is rather fitting that a technology which is designed to bring people together, is being launched with us at TogetherVCAN!

This new technology will enable the online internet audience to connect with the on-stage / in-auditorium audience, from WHEREVER they are, thus bringing people together and making such live events truly all inclusive.

Let’s make it happen….

To know how to take part in the Social Sanchar click here.

The Author, Indrani Malkani, is the Managing Trustee of V Citizens Action Network (VCAN) and is an Ashoka Fellow