eGov

How Jankari has fared so far

Sivnath Saini, a law student from Hajipur in Vaisali district, 90 km from the Bihar capital, is furious. His university has not furnished his degree certificates and he wants to know why. He has dialled 155310, a dedicated telephone line launched by the state government for its residents to file Right To Information (RTI) applications. Vandana, an executive at Jankari, the call c

Passport-in-three-day project to be launched in two weeks

The Passport Seva Project, which will put passport-issue on a fast-track, will be up for launch in a week or two, the Mint reported on Wednesday quoting an unnamed senior official at the ministry of external affairs (MEA). The newspaper quoted the official as saying: “The infrastructu

e-Forms are the norm

Money is a plastic card, orders are mouse-clicks on icons and transactions are numbers and codes entered on a website over a secure connection. So, paper forms and long queues seem plain archaic for business in a digital world. Thankfully, obsolescence of this nature has been taken care of by MCA 21 – since 2006. Anybody wanting to register a company in India now can do so by logging on to th

IT majors line up for e-migrate project

The country`s top three IT services firms—Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Infosys Technologies and Wipro—are in the race to grab the Rs 100 crore e-migrate project under the ministry of overseas Indian affairs (MOIA), sources told FE. The project, which aims to improve the quality of services to emigrant workers, is one of the 27 mission mode projects (MMP) under the Rs 23,000 crore national

eGov in NCTE to check corruption

In a move to ensure transparency and curb possibilities of corruption in the functioning of National Council for Teachers` Education, the government on Thursday launched an eGovernance set up that seeks to end the manual handling of matters relating to recognition of institutes. On the pattern of AICTE, the government started a new portal of the NCTE. The aspiring institutes will

L&T Infotech to implement e-gov project for AICTE

L&T Infotech, a wholly owned subsidiary of L&T, today said that it has won a prestigious e-governance implementation project from the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), an institution affiliated to the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD). L&T Infotech is enabling AICTE provide efficient and effective services to all its stakeholders and to bri

e-Disha comes to Gurgaon

New Delhi: The sub-divisional magistrate`s office in Pautaudi, Gurgaon, now houses the latest addition to Haryana`s list of e-Disha centres. The district`s deputy commissioner Rajendra Kataria inaugurated the centre last Wednesday. The Gurgaon centre will soon have all the e-Disha services. Computerisation of the data under the national e-governance projects of the transport dep

EPF data at the click of mouse soon

New Delhi: Employee Provident fund (EPF) account holders will soon be able to access their data at the click of a mouse as the Labour Ministry plans to computerise all PF accounts by March 31. The ministry will be coordinating the move with all 32 regional offices in the country. Account holders will be provided a subscriber ID which they can use to log on to the website and chec

The IT man of Himachal

Meet B.K. Aggrawal, resident commissioner of Himachal Pradesh in New Delhi and the brain behind many e-Governance initiative launched by the state in the recent times. As principal secretary (information technology) from June 2008 to January this year, Aggrawal oversaw the introduction of m-Governance in the state in October last year. “We are the second state after Kerala

eGov goes to villages

The Ministry of Panchayti Raj is all set to introduce e-governance at the panchayat level in a big way this year. e-governance project for panchayati raj institution (e-PRI) has been identified as one of the mission mode projects under the National e-governance plan. The mission mode projects (MMP) proposes to bring essential government services at the door step of villagers by

Karnataka gets Rs. 1,070 crores for e-gov

New Delhi: Karnataka has received Rs.1,070 crore from the central government to further e-governance in the state under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP). The e-governance department`s surplus funds will be utilised by the state government to provide government services to the citizens, according to S.R. Rao, additional secretary for the IT department. “T

LifeLines brings e-change in farmers` lives

Shailendra Singh grows flowers on his land in Naya Khera village in Niwari, Uttar Pradesh. With each call he has made in the last two years to the LifeLines helpline, he has also helped grow a knowledge bank that farmers like him use to reap never-before profits. One World South Asia`s Lifelines agricultural extension service uses simple, easy to use technology to connect rural f

Fail-safe communication for Games

When New Delhi hosts the Commonwealth Games this year, Terrestrial Trunked Radio, or TETRA, will be at work silently to bridge any communication gap among authorities and prevent any emergencies.   TETRA is the digital avatar of the radio-- communications technology for a closed user group. The network will enable real-time, secure verbal communications between Delhi Police,

e-Pension: Changing the old way

Solan: e-Pension is one of the many successful e-governance projects rolled out by the Himachal Pradesh government in last few years. Launched in August 2006, it involves a complete overhaul in the pension disbursement system for pensioners. The web interface enables the Himachal Pradesh government pensioners to know the status and details of their monthly pension through intern

Got a complaint? Try e-Samadhan

Shimla: A path-breaking e-Governance project pioneered by Himachal Pradesh is e-Samadhan, a web-based system for online grievance monitoring. It has the potential to change governance, as we know it—slothful and steeped in red tape. After its launch in January 2009, it is already making waves. Out of the total 4,510 grievances received about the whole gamut of government se

Got a complaint? Try e-Samadhan

Shimla: A path-breaking e-Governance project pioneered by Himachal Pradesh is e-Samadhan, a web-based system for online grievance monitoring. It has the potential to change governance, as we know it—slothful and steeped in red tape. After its launch in January 2009, it is already making waves. Out of the total 4,510 grievances received about the whole gamut of government se

You`ve got an SMS!

Shimla: Himachal Pradesh, a leader in e-governance, became the second state to board the m-governance bandwagon after Kerala providing information on a number of government services on mobile. The service was launched in the state in October 2009. In the initial stage we are providing information on government services like driving licence, arms license, birth certificates, vehic

ID cards to adopt smart technology

ID cards to adopt smart technology By Binsal Abdul Kader, Staff ReporterAbu Dhabi: ID card holders will not need to swipe or insert the cards in card readers to use the services like e-Gate thanks to a contactless technology, a senior official told Gulf News. "Card holders have to just show the cards to card readers as Emirates Identity Authority (EIDA) will soon adopt RF-ID technology (a



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