Considering the span and expanse of the National Narrative of Digital India, the Engineering Academia of the country would have a much larger role to play supporting the initiative at the grassroot level in myriad forms. Many of the campuses are already in the fray contributing their bit out of their own initiative. However, this engagement of Engineering Campuses with the domain of eGovernance needs a larger advocacy platform. Recognizing the same, The Economic Times intends to identify & recognize those Engineering Campuses which are keen and inclined to be an integral part of this unfurling national narrative during its forthcoming ET E TECH Summit 2015 (http://www.et-etechindia.com/) on August 28th at New Delhi. These campuses would be accorded the title of eGov Campus for the district in which they are located and want to take up projects. Not more than 5 campuses per district would be accorded this recognition which would be strictly based on the evaluation of the following application form. For further clarification & information, representatives from our Campus Outreach Partner would be in close communication with you.