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Applications of GIS in National e-Governance Plan. Presented by: Shankar Aggarwal, Joint Secretary, DIT. Challenges. 1.2 billion people 600,000+ villages, 70% population rural Multi-ethnic, Multi-religious society Multi-lingual: 22 Official languages

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applications of gis in national e governance plan

Applications of GIS in National e-Governance Plan

Presented by: Shankar Aggarwal, Joint Secretary, DIT

slide3

Challenges

  • 1.2 billion people
  • 600,000+ villages, 70% population rural
  • Multi-ethnic, Multi-religious society
  • Multi-lingual: 22 Official languages
  • Multi-party, Multi-tiered democracy
  • 35 States & UTs; 240,000 + Local Bodies
slide4

Highlights

  • Accelerating GDP growth @ ~ 8.8 - 9%
  • Rapidly growing IT/Services sector
  • Explosive telecom growth:
    • Over 650 million telecom subscribers
    • 60 million internet users;
    • 9.45 million broadband subscribers
  • Rapidly growing IT/Services sector:
    • IT and ITeS Exports: US $49.7 billion for FY 09-10
  • Sharp Economic and Social Divide
national e governance plan vision
National e-Governance Plan: Vision

“ Make all Government services accessible to the common man in his locality, through common service delivery outlets and ensure efficiency, transparency & reliability of such services at affordable costs to realize the basic needs of the common man”

strategy to realize vision
Strategy to Realize Vision
  • Focus on Services & Service Levels
    • Business Process Re-engineering & Change Management
    • Creation of Service Delivery Platform
  • Centralized Initiative & Decentralized Implementation
  • Capacity Building
strategy to realize vision1
Strategy to Realize Vision
  • Ownership and Central Role of Line Ministries/State Governments
  • Emphasis on Public Private Partnerships (PPP)
  • Awareness & Communication: Use of Mass Media & Rural Outreach Programmes
  • Institutional mechanism for collaborative process of Standards Formulation and encouragement to Open Standards
slide8

Implementation Framework

PM’s Committee on NeGP

National e-Governance Advisory Board

( Headed by Minister)

Apex Committee

( Headed by Cab Secy)

DIT

Line Ministries

NISG

NeGD

NIC

State/ Provincial Governments

8

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core infrastructure
Core Infrastructure
  • Common Service Centres (CSCs)
    • 100,000+ CSCs for 600,000+ villages
  • State Wide Area Networks (SWANs)
    • 2Mbps secured intra-network up to Block level
  • State Data Centers (SDCs)
    • For hosting State-level e-Governance Applications and Data
negp service delivery strategy

State Data Centre

CSC

CSC

Internet

CSC

SSDG

SWAN

State

Districts

SHQ

Blocks

Collector’s Office

Taluks

Tehsil / Taluks

NeGP Service Delivery Strategy

Information

List Services

List Offices

List e-Forms

Call Centre

UID

Payment Gateway

State Portal

Standards based

Message Routing

Unique Application ID & Authentication

Guaranteed Delivery & Transaction Log

Time-stamping & Status Tracking

..

e-Forms

Registration

Revenue

Municipalities

Transport

Govt. Departments at various levels

people infrastructure
People Infrastructure
  • Capacity Building Scheme
    • To create capacities in States for project management & implementation
      • By tapping government & private sector talent
    • To train & sensitise employees
    • To undertake change management
      • To orient project implementation towards service delivery
slide12

e-Delivery of Services

  • 27 Mission Mode Projects (MMPs)
  • Implemented in Public Private Partnership Framework
  • MMPs based on the following principle:
  • Ownership – Services, Service levels & implementation
  • Independent assessment of outcomes
standards
Standards
  • Ensuring sharing of information and seamless interoperability
  • Institutional mechanism for collaborative process of Standards Formulation
  • Encouragement to Open Standards: Policy on Open Standards
  • Standards Published: http://egovstandards.gov.in
    • Metadata & Data Standards
    • Localisation and Language Technology Standards
    • Information Security
    • Quality & Documentation
    • Digital Signatures
  • Standards under progress
    • Technology Standards on Interoperability
    • Biometrics
    • E-Forms
    • XML Signature
awareness communication
Awareness & Communication
  • Building NeGP as an Umbrella Brand under the A & C programme
  • Creating awareness amongst citizens about NeGP and its objectives
  • Motivating Stakeholders
  • Creation of demand driven atmosphere which will ensure qualitative service delivery
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Way Forward

  • Agricultural Practices & Productivity
  • Employment Generation Schemes
  • Skill Upgradation
  • Financial Inclusion
  • Quality Education
  • Telemedicine & Health
  • Use of Renewable Energy & Energy Efficient Devices
  • Sharing of Knowledge & Best Practices
application of gis in mmps
Application of GIS in MMPs
  • Land Records
  • Municipalities
  • Police
  • E-District
  • Property Registration
  • Agriculture
  • National ID/UID
  • Banking and Insurance
application areas for gis from e governance perspective
Application Areas for GIS from e-Governance Perspective
  • Disaster Management
  • Land Records Management
  • Digital Mapping
  • Police Crime and Criminal Tracking Network & Systems
  • Transportation Decision Support Systems
  • Monitoring of Forest Cover and Soil Conservation
  • Agriculture Management

And many more…

cases for utilizing gis in government projects
Cases for Utilizing GIS in Government Projects
  • Land Records
    • Land Information System (DSSDI, Delhi)
    • GIS-ready Cadastral Maps (Land Records, Chhattisgarh)
  • Municipalities
    • Solid Waste Management (GIS/GPS for SWM, PCMC Pune)
    • Building Plan Approvals (Chennai Municipal Corporation)
  • GIS Platform
    • Delhi State Spatial Data Infrastructure (Delhi)
    • Madhya Pradesh Forest Department GIS

And many more…

strategy for gis infrastructure
Strategy for GIS Infrastructure
  • Collaboration among government departments to share spatial data
  • Leverage SDCs to build repositories for spatial data
  • A unified strategy for Geo-spatial data creation to avoid multiple parallel efforts from different government agencies
  • Strategy for maintaining and updating Geo-spatial data repository
  • Appropriate mechanisms and business model for allowing usage of central repository of Geo-spatial data to various agencies
challenges
Challenges
  • Keeping the Geo-spatial data current and accurate
  • Sharing of data as a common infrastructure
  • Collaboration among various government departments for building a unified and standard geo-spatial data infrastructure
  • Development of Standards and Guidelines for creating, updating and interoperability of Geo-spatial data
  • Technical specifications for SDCs as a platform for GIS applications
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That’s a good sign,

sky is really the limit…

slide22

Thank You

Shankar Aggarwal [email protected]

mission mode projects status
Mission Mode Projects: Status

*e-Procurement- Scheme under formulation

e-PRI, Agriculture & Employment Exch. : Under consideration for approval

** Passport & Visa (Immigration) treated as separate MMPs

mission mode projects mmps
Mission Mode Projects (MMPs)
  • Central (9)
  • Banking
  • Insurance
  • Income Tax
  • Central Excise
  • MCA 21
  • Pensions
  • Passport *
  • Immigration and Visa*
  • National ID / UID
  • e-Office
  • Integrated (7)
  • India Portal
  • NSDG
  • CSC
  • e-Courts
  • EDI
  • e-Biz
  • e-Procurement
  • State (11)
  • Land Records – 1
  • Transport
  • Land Records - NLRMP
  • Treasuries
  • Municipalities
  • Police - CCTNS
  • e-District
  • Commercial Taxes
  • Agriculture
  • Gram Panchayats
  • Employment Exchange

*Initially taken jointly

  • Gone Live
  • Under Implementation
  • Design & Development
  • Industry
common services centers
Common Services Centers
  • 1,00,000+ CSCs across 6,00,000+ villages
  • Enable G2C & B2C services
  • Scheme approved in Sept’06
  • Implementation on a PPP model
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CSC Status

  • -CSC rolled out - 87,594
  • Over 100 different
  • services being delivered

Jammu

J&K

Kashmir

Chandigarh

HP

Himachal

Pradesh

Uttarakhand

Arunachal Pradesh

Delhi

Punjab

Punjab

Uttaranchal

Sikkim

Haryana

Haryana

Rajasthan

Uttar

Pradesh

ASM

NGL

UP

MNP

MGH

Bihar

BiH

TRIPURA

JHD

MZR

WB

West Bengal

Gujarat

Gujarat

MP

Chattisgarh

CHH

Daman and Diu

Orissa

Orissa

Maharashtra

Maharashtra

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

100% (10)

80%-100% (7)

Andhra

Goa

AP

Andaman & Nicobar

Islands

Pradesh

Karnataka

50% - 80% (6)

Karnataka

20% - 50% (6)

Puducherry

≤ 20% (1)

Tamil

Kerala

Nadu

SCA Selected/ RFP issued/(2)

Kerala

TN

Lakshadweep

Under Discussion (3)

*Due to termination of SCAs in Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, UP and Uttarakhand around 4700 CSCs are reported to be non operational

slide27

CSC Infrastructure

  • 100 – 150 sq. ft space
  • Min. 1 PC with UPS
  • Min. 1 Printer
  • Digital / Web Camera
  • Genset / Inverter/ Solar
  • OS and other application software
  • Wired / Wireless Broadband Connectivity
  • Trained and incentivized manpower
  • Investment : $4000/CSC
slide28

Enabling Transformation

E-Government

Education

Tele-medicine

Platform for fundamental transformation of the ways in

which development challenges would be met in rural India

Financial Inclusion

Agriculture

Right to Information

slide30

Challenges

  • Rolling out 100,000+ CSCs in 600,000+ villages
  • Integrating existing G2C delivery channels with CSCs
  • Integrated public service delivery v/s silo based service delivery
slide31

Challenges

  • Regulatory & Legal enablement of ICT based processes
  • Building capacity within & outside government
  • Creation of robust e-Infrastructure
slide32

Achievements

  • Institutionalizing universal coverage & public service delivery at village level
  • Roll out of over 87,594 CSCs across 30 states covering a population > 400 million
slide33

Achievements

  • Institutionalization of PPP model for Public service delivery
  • - Multi-stakeholder partnership in design & implementation
  • - Synergy between public & private goals
  • IT Amendment Act (2008) for regulatory & legal enablement notified
slide34

Learnings

  • Leadership and ownership critical for success
  • Citizen-centric approach - more effective service delivery model
  • Robust backend e-Infrastructure to converge and provide seamless integration
slide35

Implementation Framework

DIT

STATE GOVERNMENT

SDA

(Government Agency)

SPV

SCA

(Private Partner)

VLE

(Private Individual)

Citizen

slide36

Service Center Agency

  • Private Sector Entity
  • Responsible for
  • - Setting up, rollout and management of CSCs
  • - Selection and training of VLEs
  • - Provision of B2C services
slide37

State Designated Agency

  • Specific authority set up/ enabled by State Government
  • Responsible for
    • - Monitoring
    • - Disbursing revenue support
    • - Enforcing Master Service Agreement
    • - Liaising between SCAs and State Governments
slide38

NeGP:The Changing Face of Rural India

Name:Sadhan Chandra Pal

Location: Junbedia, Bankura-II,

West Bengal

Earnings:Rs 12,000 per month

Village Level Entrepreneur

slide39

NeGP:The Changing Face of Rural India

Name: ManojKarmakar

Location: Sanbandha Gram Panchayat Office,

Block: Bankura-II,West Bengal

Earnings:R 15,000 per month

Village Level Entrepreneur

slide40

NeGP:The Changing Face of Rural India

Name: Santosh Kumar

Location: Divigar, Jharkhand

Earnings:Rs 15,000 per month

Village Level Entrepreneur

slide41

NeGP:The Changing Face of Rural India

Name: ShrikantYadav

Location: Divigar, Jharkhand

Earnings:Rs 12,000 per month

Village Level Entrepreneur

slide42

SDC Status

J&K

HP

Punjab

Arunachal Pradesh

Chandigargh

Uttarakhand

Delhi

Sikkim

Haryana

Nagaland

UP

Assam

Rajasthan

Manipur

BiH

Mizoram

WB

MP

JHD

Gujarat

Tripura

SDC - Go Live

CHH

  • Dadra

Meghalaya

Orissa

  • Daman & Diu

3

SDC Operational

Maharashtra

Maharashtra

Feb‘11

3

Mar ‘11

5

AP

  • Goa

6

May-Jun ‘11

  • Andaman

Jun-Jul ‘11

Karnataka

1

Jul-Aug ’11

6

TN

Pondicherry

Tamil

Kerala

Nadu

Sep-Oct ‘11

5

Kerala

2

Oct-Dec’11

  • Lakshadweep

2

DPR yet to be received

2

Opted Out

state data center status
State Data Center: Status

SDC Implementation:

* Chandigarh , Delhi opted out while Daman & Diu , Dadra & Nagar & Haveli yet to submit their DPR.

slide44

E-District in Goalpara, Assam

Goalpara District rolled out e-District applications integrating CSC, SWAN, which was inaugurated by IT minister in Nov.\'09

e district
e-District
    • Objectives
      • Target high volume services at District level
      • Undertake backend process re-engineering to e-enable the delivery of these services through CSCs
  • Examples of services:Issue of Certificates, Application for Pensions, Revenue Court related, Government Dues and Recovery related, Ration Card related and Grievance redressal
status of e district
Status of e-District
  • Pilot projects are being implemented in 14 States (37 districts) covering a population base of 110 million (appx.)
  • Out of these 14, the Pilot projects have been successfully launched in 3 states – UP, Assam and Tamil Nadu
  • Average number of citizen transactions/ month/ district are 20,000
  • National rollout of this MMP at a cost of USD 600 million (appx.) planned for 2010-12
slide47

OUTCOME PARAMETERS

Transparency

Accountability

Corruption free

slide48

IMPACT ASSESSMENT

  • Number of trips to Government offices significantly reduced by 1-2 trips
  • Waiting time at offices reduced in the range 20-40%
  • Land Records Project – Significant reduction in bribery
  • Direct cost savings to the citizens in the range Rs.60-110/- (per transaction)
slide49

Capacity Building Scheme

  • CB Scheme approved for Rs 313 Cr. (USD 70 Mn)
  • State e Mission Teams as professional resources to support States at programme level
    • Appraisal and coordination
    • Hand holding of Line Departments
    • Ensure interoperability and adherence to Standards
  • Support to State Administrative Training Institutes
  • Training/Orientation of stakeholders
slide50

Capacity Building Scheme

  • Support to State e- Mission Teams (SeMTs)
  • Professional Resources being provided to States
  • Support to Central Project e-Mission Teams (CPeMTs)
slide51

Capacity Building Scheme

  • Training & Sensitisation
    • Leadership Meet for Political Leaders
    • Orientation & Sensitization training for Policy Makers
    • CIO / CTO trainings for Project Leaders
    • Change Management & BPR training for officials
    • eGPx course for long term Capacity Building
    • Annual National Conference on e-Governance
    • Round Table Conferences with State Governments
state portals ssdg e forms
StatePortals, SSDG& e-Forms
  • State Portal
    • Repository of Government Information and services
    • Enables citizens to download & submit forms electronically
  • State Service Delivery Gateway (SSDG)
    • Enables routing of messages based on standards
    • Routing of forms to a particular office of a Department
  • E Forms
    • Facilitates standardized, interoperable format
    • For electronic service delivery

This will enable assured electronic delivery, acknowledgement and status tracking of application from citizen

swan status
SWAN Status
  • 5000+ PoPs Operational
  • BSNL is Bandwidth Provider
  • All SWANs to be operational by March 2011

J&K

Himachal

HP

Pradesh

CHD

Arunachal Pradesh

Uttarakhand

Punjab

Punjab

Haryana

Haryana

Sikkim

Delhi

NGL

UP

Assam

Uttar

Pradesh

Rajasthan

MNP

MGH

Bihar

Bihar

TRIPURA

WB

MZR

West Bengal

JHD

Gujarat

Gujarat

MP

Jharkhand

CHH

23

SWAN implemented

Daman and Diu

Orissa

Orissa

Maharashtra

Dadra & Nagar Haveli

Maharashtra

Implementation at Advanced stage

2

2

Implementation in Progress

Goa

AP

Andhra

Pradesh

Andaman & Nicobar

Islands

4

Karnataka

Bid Process Initiated

Karnataka

RFP/ BoM under preparation/revision

2

Pudducherry

TN

Lakshadweep

2

Opted Out from SWAN Scheme

Tamil

Kerala

Kerala

Nadu

slide64

SDC Implementation Status

Bid Process Completed in the following 18 States

slide65

SDC Implementation Status

  • Bid Process Under Progress in the following 5 States
    • Andaman & Nicobar
    • J & K
    • Madhya Pradesh
    • Mizoram
    • Uttarakhand
slide66

SDC Implementation Status

DPR Approved in the following 31 States

slide67

SDC Implementation Status

  • RFP Approved in the following 24 States
slide68

SDC Implementation Status

  • RFP Under Approval in the following 4 States
    • Arunachal Pradesh
    • Chhattisgarh
    • Himachal Pradesh
    • Lakshadweep
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