NeGP-A Overview & Feedback on Guidelines. NATIONAL e-GOVERNANCE PLAN Agriculture ( NeGP-A). Launched in May, 2006 to improve public service delivery NeGP Includes : 12 cluster of Services with 75 components. Web enabled delivery of services & service levels
NATIONAL e-GOVERNANCE PLAN Agriculture (NeGP-A) • Launched in May, 2006 to improve public service delivery • NeGP Includes : 12 cluster of Services with 75 components. • Web enabled delivery of services & service levels • Process re-engineering, change management and project management • Centralized Initiative - Decentralized Implementation
Implementation Strategy • Delivery of services through multiple modes. • CAP & SAPs being developed for standardization and would facilitate data flow within and outside the States. • Scope includes Data / Disaster Recovery Centres, computer hardware up to Block level, Site Preparation, Application Development , Data Digitisation, Capacity building & Training. • Strengthening/Promoting of Agricultural Information System under AGRISNET to continue with all unspent balances under AGRISNET (without any definite plan of action) to be considered as part of Government of India resources available for NeGP-A. • NIC selected to develop Solution Design, Development, Testing & Acceptance, Solution Implementation, Training & Change Management (pertaining to the application software).
Role & Key Activities to be undertaken by State Government • State Agriculture Department to be Nodal Department. • Civil Infrastructure Preparation. • Backup power arrangements, wherever needed. • Hiring of manpower on contract basis. • Setting up of State Project Monitoring Unit (SPMU). • Comprehensive inputs on SRS documents and feedback on pilot run of software packages.
Role & Key Activities to be undertaken by State Govt. • Data digitization (Rs. 10 Lacs/State) & localization. • Receipt, Acceptance Testing and uploading of reports for site readiness and hardware/Sys Software • Recurring expenditure on power and consumables except to the extent of funding by the GOI. • States’ share for manpower (0%, 30% & 50%) during first 3 years & Site preparation @ 45% for all sites except Training Labs which will be funded 100% by Center . • Senior nodal officer for interacting with GOI and other Stakeholders. • Power back up through Solar Panel /Diesel Generators . A sum of up to Rupees one lakh per block subject to an upper limit of 33% of total blocks in the State. • Contingency provisions at the rate of 7.5% of overall budget to meet unforeseen requirements. • Help Desk – Central & in States (with vernacular language support)
Support of GOI under NeGP-A • H/W & and System S/w with comprehensive onsite warranty for 5 years • Basic IT training to end users. • Full support for site preparation of Training Centers and 55% share for other sites. • 100, 70 and 50 percent for manpower cost for first three years. • Connectivity charges with SWAN for end user locations for a period of 3 Years at an average of Rs. 11000 per location per year. • An amount of Rs. 7500 per block, Rs.10, 500 per district headquarter and Rs. 30,000 per State head quarter per year for consumables like printer cartridges etc. for a period of three years. • Support for IT infrastructure at selected Mandis, Hand-held devices for e-Pest surveillance. • Complete address details of locations where hardware items are to be delivered will be compiled and provided by each State.
TRAINING • 02 days Basic IT training to end users at State, District & Block level officials. • An amount of Rs. 1200 per person for the two days for meeting TA/DA and other administrative charges. • The training of CSCs VLEs Expenditure for the training will be borne out of item A2 in the Cafeteria of Activities under ATMA Scheme. • ICT Training labs at the scale of one per five districts will be established in each State. One time grant of Rs. 8 lacs per location being given by Govt. of India.
Revamped KCCs since 01.05.2012 • Voice/Media Gateways (IPPBX based decentralized system) & MPLS. • Aim: reach at least one third the farmers households, once in a year. It amounts to about 4.25 crore calls/year. • Total 1.49 crore calls registered at KCCs since inception. • Call barging and 100% call recording • SMS to caller farmers providing a gist of advisories given to them on phone. • Voice mail system for recording farmer’s queries with provision for call back. • Soft phones in every personal computer with caller ID facility. • Facility of video conferencing for upgradation of skills of KCC agents. • Centralized monitoring of KCCs at different locations.
Number of Calls Registered in KKMS since inception (Jan.2004 to March 2014)