Government is that organisation of body that needs to take quick, timely and swift action. The decision taken by the government takes one and all. Available resources and their correct and optimum allocation is also a chief work of government. The issues pertaining to these decisions involves a lot of detailed information and assessment. IT (Information Technology) has provided an online access to each and every information relating to it. E-governance or electronic governance works on the basis of construction of infrastructure in both rural and urban areas. The information here is processed and stored in correct and appropriate form. This information also needs to be updated regularly. The mandatory requirement in this case is the computerisation of the information at the level of each village/town level in all government officers. The internet network should be available across the country. Presently, The National Information Centres (NIC) is the network which connects every district level and panchayat level across a big country like India. This kind of communication uses telephone cables. These cables are further connected to satellite known as VSAT (very small aperture satellite terminal) based communication system. The major advantage of this communication system is that it explains real time information of all the available records (even archives too). It explains the needs of updating and also processes the information at an express speed. This also takes into account the decision process and its optimum time set. Another hurdle that we come across is the movement of files at various levels and functionaries of the government (both state and centre). Computerisation may eliminate the need of physical movement of files at the same time. Therefore, the file cannot be misplaced. This also makes the governance transport. The decision is therefore impartial in e-governance. A good government has a good control over entire machinery which is the foundation stone for e-governance.