Gujarat CM Dashboard - Enabling government machinery for strengthening good governance

The system first of its kind was an innovation in
terms of accessing data from all e-Governance
applications of the State of Gujarat and providing
the same for monitoring against defined KPIs. In the
reverse, CMO could drill down to the granular level on
the fly for red-flagged items and intervene through
voice call to administrative machinery down to the village
The application facilitates all of the above thus
creating a complex network of aggregation, visualization,
and enforcement.

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IntraGov Haryana, with Integrated e-Office - Facilitating Core Government Functions

The IntraGovHaryana is aimed to provide a single point gateway which integrates government transactions and services within Civil Secretariat as well as those between Chief Secretary Office and Secretariat employees.  The IntraGov Haryana has been developed & implemented as an Intra Government Transactions Portal, establishing an integrated workflow based system for G2G and G2E services for achieving e-Administration in Haryana Civil Secretariat. The system was launched by then Chief Secretary Haryana on 26th October, 2009.

GIGW Workshop at NIC Delhi on 12 August 2013

NIC has developed “Guidelines for Indian Government websites” (GIGW) as an initiative under the National Portal of India Project. These guidelines aim at achieving the objective of making the Indian Government websites comply with the essential pre-requisites of UUU Trilogy i.e; Usable, User-Centric and Universally Accessible and follow the best practices over the entire lifecycle of website, web portal and web application right from its conceptualization, design, development and management.

CSI eNihilent Award of Excellence for Manav Sampada-An NIC Himachal Pradesh Initiative

The Manav Sampda initiative, developed and implemented by NIC Himachal Pradesh State Centre as a complete Human Resource Management solution, has won the CSI eNihilent Award of Excellence under the G2E Project category. The Awards were presented in the recently held CSI Annual Convention at Kolkotta on 2nd December 2012.

Dr. Saurabh Gupta, State Informatics Officer and Sh. Sanjay Kumar, Principal Systems Analyst received the award in the CSI Annual Meet in Kolkotta.

Meeting on Common Minimum Framework (CMF) held at DeitY (MCIT) on 16th & 17th December 2014

Common Minimum Framework (CMF) is a project under the “Digital India” envisaged to improve the quality of Government websites for better presentation and citizen centric features. This shall also necessarily move towards making these websites accessible to all. The project initially includes a mandate to upgrade upto 100 websites of Ministries/Departments of the Government.


A meeting of HoG's, HoD’s of NIC was held on 16th and 17th Dec’2014 at DeitY  regarding CMF, its implementational aspects and key features.


Workshop on eTaal and eGov App Store Held at SHIMLA, Himachal Pradesh

A one day workshop on eTaal and eGovApp Store was held on 5th October 2015 at Shimla for the State Government and NIC Officers. Dr. Shefali S Dash, DDG NIC, Sh. IPS Sethi, Sr. TD and Mrs. Mala Mittal, Sr. TD visited Shimla and interacted with the participants on the eTaal and eGovApp Store. Sh. Sanjeev Gupta, IAS and Additional Chief Secretary (Information Technology) to the Government of Himachal Pradesh delivered the keynote address. More than 100 officials (including DIOs/ADIOs on VC) participated in the event.

Mid Day Meals Automated Reporting and Management System of NIC HP Gets Technology Sabha Award

The Mid Day Meals Automated Reporting and Management System of NIC has been awarded the Technology Sabha, Enterprise Solution Award 2018 on 23 February 2018 at Indore. Sh. Vimal Kumar Sharma, TD and Sh. Praveen Sharma, Scientist B received the award. Sh. Sanjay Kumar, TD is the Project Head and other members include, Sh. Ajay Singh Chahal, Sh. Lalit Kapoor, Sh. Sandeep Kumar, Sh. Sandeep Sood, Sh. Ashish, Sh. Sanjay Sharma, Sh.Sarvjeet Kumar.

Mobile enabled citizen services through 2D Barcodes

Barcode is used to encode Edited by R.Gayatri data for variety of purposes. 2D barcode can be used in e-governance applications to benefit the Government and the citizen at large.The 2D barcode is readable using mobile camera, web camera and scanners alike. As the mobiles have the GPRS/3G connectivity to Internet, the barcode encoded with the details of any ID card, driving license, ration card, certificate etc. can verify the details through the Internet.Thus anywhere, anytime service can be enabled to the citizen to know the status of the transaction.

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