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E-GOVERNANCE (AN INDIAN PERSPECTIVE). PRESENTATION POINTS:. PRELUDE VISION COLLECTORATE-2000 TOP 20 E-GOVERNANCE PROJECTS BRIEFING ON E-GOVERNANCE IN GUJARAT CONCLUSION. PRELUDE. What actually is e-governance? SMART governance: Simple Moral Accountable Responsive

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presentation points
PRESENTATION POINTS:
  • PRELUDE
  • VISION
  • COLLECTORATE-2000
  • TOP 20 E-GOVERNANCE PROJECTS
  • BRIEFING ON E-GOVERNANCE IN GUJARAT
  • CONCLUSION
prelude
PRELUDE
  • What actually is e-governance?
  • SMART governance:

Simple

Moral

Accountable

Responsive

Transparent governance

vision
VISION
  • 25% TARGET
  • DATA WAREHOUSES IN EVERY MINISTRY AND DEPARTMENT
  • KNOWLEDGE OF IT COMPULSORY FOR GOVT. JOBS AND PROMOTIONS
  • AMENDMENTS IN CENTRAL AND STATE ACTS viz. IT POLICY & ACTS
  • DEVELOPMENT OF OSS GIVING OCL TO VAST INFORMATION
  • RECRUITMENT OF CIO IN EACH GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT
  • COMPUTERS AS COMPULSORY FROM 5TH ONWARDS
collectorate 2000
COLLECTORATE-2000
  • INTRODUCTION:
  • NICNET BY NIC:ALL INDIA SATELLITE BASED GOVERNMENT INFORMATICS NETWORK CONNECTING DC,SGS,CG OFFICES
  • SET UP:22 CLIENTS AND 1 SERVER
  • WORK CARRIED OUT USING COMBINATION OF FMS AND S\W MODULES OF COLLECTORATE-2000
  • GUI DEVELOPED IN VISUAL BASIC,BACKEND SERVER SUPPORTING ORACLE 8 RDBMS
gujarat in the field
GUJARAT IN THE FIELD
  • FIRSTLY,2004 CELEBRATED AS YEAR OF E-GOVERNANCE BY GOG.
  • GSWAN LARGEST IN WHOLE ASIA
  • VARIOUS PROJECTS viz. MAHITI SHAKTI,REQUEST FOR GOVT DOCU ONLINE,FORM BOOK ONLINE,G.R. BOOK ONLINE,CENSUS ONLINE, TENDER NOTICE.
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Conceptual Architecture

Citizens, Businesses, NGOs, Industries, Government Departments

Target Segments

Intermediaries

(Consultants, Institutes)

Data Communication

Devices

Mobile Phones Computers Kiosks Call Center Television

Data Communication

Applications

Sachivalaya Integrated Network

GSWAN

Channel

Email

Data Processing

Applications

Office Automation

E-Databank

Processing

Source Data

Government Data

mahiti shakti
MAHITI SHAKTI
  • HERE ARE SOME POWERPOINT SLIDES FROM Gujratinfomatics.com

FOR THE BETTER EXPLANATION OF ONE OF THE BIGGEST PROJECTS TAKEN UP FOR RURAL DEVELOPMENT BY GOVERNMENT OF GUJARAT.

THESE SLIDES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

slide15

Mahiti-Shakti

Nagarik Sashaktikaran

slide16

Project Stakeholders

Government

Government agencies

(Data/ Information Sources)

Policy/

Clearance

Technology/

Application

Collector Office

CCEG-IIMA/Adit Microsys

Data/

Information

SLAA,

GSFC, ASA, DSC, NGO

Bhasha

Training/ Maintenance/ Marketing

Implementation Models/ External Resources

Expert Agencies NIC./ GIL/ RESECO

Kiosk Operators

slide17

ITArchitecture

Server Farm @ State Capital

Stakeholders

Internet

Dynamic Information

MSK-1

DO-1

Server @ Collectorate

Gujarat State Wide

Area Network

Static Information

20 Nodes

MSK-80

DO-20

1

20

20 District Offices

80 MahitiShakti Kendras

summarising mahiti shakti
Summarising Mahiti Shakti
  • Implemented with
    • Vernacular language interface (Gujarati)
    • Use of GIS based applications (RESECO)
    • Internet & GSWAN connectivity
    • Completely browser driven interface
  • Real time transactions taking place successfully
  • Non human interface
  • Running successfully since launch on 4th October, 2001
conclusion
CONCLUSION

FINALLY STUDYING THE KEY POINTS WE CAN CONCLUDE THAT FOLLOWING POINTS COULD BE IMPORTANT FOR WIDESPREAD ACCEPTANCE OF E-GOVERNANCE:

1.SPEED AND EASE OF INFO ACCESS.

2.SECURE TRANSACTION PROCESS.

3.MORE OF CITIZEN CENTERED.

4.BELIEF OF PEOPLE THAT ITS NOT ANOTHER POLITICAL DRAMA.