DMPQ:What are the provisions of National Telecom Policy,2012?

Key features of National Telecom Policy, 2012

  •  Licensing: It aims to simplify licensing framework by establishing a unified license for all telecom services,converting to a single-license system for the entire country and removing roaming charges.
  • Spectrum: It seeks to liberalise spectrum through a system where spectrum can be pooled, shared and traded.
  •  Connectivity: The policy aims to increase rural tele density from the current level of approximately 39% to 70% by 2017, and 100% by 2020, enabling broadband access to all village panchayats by 2014 and to all villages by 2020 and recognizing the ‘Right to Broadband’.
  •  Promotion of domestic industry: through preference in procurements that have security implications for India or are for the government’s own use.
  • Legislations: The policy seeks to review the Indian Telegraph Act, 1885 as well as TRAI Act to remove impediments to effective functioning of TRAI.
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