The Civil India is a project managed by BRS MEDIA.
The Civil India is written largely by volunteers who write without getting remuneration. Anyone with Internet access can send articles to publish in portal, except in limited cases where editing is restricted to prevent disruption. Participant of the project can contribute with their real identity. The fundamental principles by which The Civil India operates are the five pillars.
The BRS MEDIA has developed many policies and guidelines to improve the project; however, it is not a formal requirement to be familiar with them before contributing. Since its creation in 2013, project has grown rapidly into one of the largest websites, attracting millions of visitors monthly as of October 2018. There are about 1,000 active contributors working on more than 10,000 articles.
What is contributed is more important than the expertise or qualifications of the contributor. What will remain depends upon whether the content is free of copyright restrictions and contentious material about living people, and whether it fits within The Civil India policies, including being verifiable against a published reliable source, thereby excluding editors' opinions and beliefs and research. Contributions cannot damage project because the software is managed by expert group of peoples and it allows easy reversal of mistakes.
Vision of the Project
- To Provide genuine knowledge-base by processing the information resources & data source.
- One Place to find all the information resources.
Mission of the Project
- Providing one stop solution for related matters for which peoples are searching different resources.
- Providing information and related process knowledge to public by which they communicate with the organisations.
- Provide necessary skills to communicate with multiple organisations.
Contributing to project
The Civil India Anyone can contribute to project by sending an articles. Before beginning to contribute, however, read some handy helping tools such as the tutorial and the policies and guidelines, as well as our welcome page. Creating an articles offers many level of benefits. users are expected to be civil and neutral, respecting all points of view, and only add verifiable and factual information rather than personal views and opinions.
Most articles start as stubs, but after many contributions, they can become featured articles. The Civil India has on-going projects, focused on specific topic areas or tasks, which help coordinate editing.
Benefits of Participation
- BRONZE - Taking Part
- SILVER - Helping & Supporting
- GOLD - Organising
- PLATINUM - Leading