The liberalization of the Indian economy from the mid eighties led to deregulation and privatization of several sectors with emphasis on telecommunication and information technologies to stimulate industrial growth. The entry of several transnational corporations brought several stabilizing influence and international co-operation in economic and socio cultural affairs. In such a political and economic climate, new technologies began to play a prominent role in Indias rise as a threshold information society because there is still a vast majority of the population who are illiterate and educationally backward which exclude them from the benefits of the new information technologies. Despite this drawback, efforts persist to make India a wired nation that is also hooked into the international network. The book is divided into five chapters in which several aspects of the study dealt with individually. The first chapter deals with Information Technology, Information and Communication Technology. e-Governance and video Conferencing. The second chapter highlights the review of the relevant literature. The third chapter contains research methodology includes objectives, hypothesis, tools and statistical techniques used. The fourth chapter highlights the results of the study. The fifth chapter presents the Summary, major findings and Conclusions of the study.