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eBihar 2014 - Emerging Technologies – Big Data Analytics, Networking, Cloud Computing & Security - Shri Shailesh Shrivastava, Technical Director, NIC, Bihar


eBihar 2014 - Emerging Technologies – Big Data Analytics, Networking, Cloud Computing & Security - Shri Shailesh Shrivastava, Technical Director, NIC, Bihar

eBihar 2014 - Emerging Technologies – Big Data Analytics, Networking, Cloud Computing & Security - Shri Shailesh Shrivastava, Technical Director, NIC, Bihar

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  • 1. iB HU GOAL BIHAR INFRASTRUCTURE MAPPING-GEOMATICS ORIENTED APPLICATION MODEL GIS, GPS & Remote Sensing Presented by: Shailesh Kr. Shrivastava Department of IT "Every object present on the Earth can be geo referenced" Technical Director & State GIS Co-ordinator, NIC, Bihar 1
  • 2. Impact of the Project • • • • • • • • Rs.7,500 Crores has been released by RD Ministry, Govt of India which was pending since 4 years due to lack of standards in Road Mapping. The state government is using the project for implementing Mukhya Mantri Gram Sampark Yojana, which entails construction of around 34,000km of all-weather roads to connect more than one lakh habitations having population of 250 each in the next five years at a cost of Rs 23,881 crore. Multi-connectivity of habitations under PMGSY and MMGSY has been restricted through this effort. Proximity analysis of existing high & Primary schools has led to identification of middle schools for upgrading to high schools and opening of 4000 more high schools. Assistance in Habitation based micro-level planning by State Government Management of Election’s Processes, Force Deployment and Route Chart Preparation have resulted in smooth conduct of elections and reduction of incident. Tablet based application for capturing on-line data and time stamped geo-tagged photograph from work-site has resulted in Field officers visiting the work site as per schedule and release of next installment based on work status. Rivers, Streams, Canals, Jamindari bandh network,Inundation Maps, embankments mapping has 2 helped to properly manage floods.
  • 3. Outreach - Users, geographical coverage etc. Prominent Users under G2G Services • • • • • • • • • • • Rural Works Department Irrigation and Flood Management Election Department Rural Development Department Public Health & Engineering (PHED) Bihar Education Project Council (BEPC) Bihar State Health Society Agriculture and Watershed Management Bihar Electricity Board Environment and Forest Urban Development Geographical coverage for G2C Services • Citizens of Bihar • 38 Districts, 534 Blocks, 8463 Panchayat Offices • Road Construction Department • Building Construction Department • Integrated Child Development Scheme • Bihar State Education Infrastructure Society 3
  • 4. Data Sharing Models
  • 5. Technology Adoption
  • 6. Administrative Boundaries
  • 7. Administrative Boundaries
  • 8. Assessment of Work/Awards Quality Assessment Agencies • National Rural Road Development Agency (NRRDA), New Delhi • National Institute of Technology (NIT), Patna • Muzaffarpur Institute of Technology (MIT), Muzaffarpur • RS and GIS Division of NIC, Govt. of India, New Delhi Awards :• Project is part of State Initiatives which Bagged “Best State Category Award” in CSI-Nihilent Award-2011. • Shortlisted in “Geo-Spatial World Forum Award” this 8
  • 9. Important Indicator • Centre for Good Governance, Govt. of Bihar identified this project for creation of Central Geo-Tagged Asset Database of State • State GIS Centre with Core GIS Development team has been established for the project • Govt. has notified that all funding requirements for getting benefits of the project will be funded by Information Technology Department, GoB • All Departments of GoB are now included in the project • Mobile/Tablet based implementation has improved 9 m-governance in State.
  • 10. Scope of Project Challenges • Absence of Spatial Data • Establishment of State Spatial Infrastructure Concept Data Infrastructure for MultiLayer GIS to assist in planning and • Absence of Integration of MIS Data and Spatial Data for Planning & execution of e-governance Monitoring • Layers as Service for Different • Lack of Inter-Operability between Departments Applications • Absence of Standard procedure for • Integrating existing MIS Data mapping and ample scope for with Spatial data inventory for integration and escalation spatial based decision making • Absence of Top level perspective for under e-governance Planning and Monitoring by way of varied queries based on spatial data • Assisting Departments from Planning to Execution stage • Adaptation of non-conforming mapping standards by different through Spatial dimensions departments 10
  • 11. Services – Roads Sector Total Digitization of Roads and MIS data integration Road Length Category National Highways 0 Total 3,734.00 4,857.00 0 4,857.00 Major District Roads Other District Roads 9,030.00 20,190.00 0 0 9,030.00 20,190.00 Village Road 21,348.00 46,461.00 67,809.00 Total 59,159.00 46,461.00 1,05,620.00 State Highways Pucca 3,734.00 (in Kms) Kutcha ROAD TO STATE CAPITAL IN SIX HOURS 11
  • 12. Services – Major Roads NH & SH Road Network 12
  • 13. Services – Rural Roads Core Network of PMGSY 13
  • 14. Services – Rural Roads Road Information 14
  • 15. Services – Bridges Digitized View of a Bridge 15
  • 16. Services – Habitations Habitations : 1,08,864 | Revenue Villages: 45,164 | Panchayats: 8,463 16
  • 17. Services – Schools Primary and Middle Schools: 69,738 | High Schools: 2,984 17
  • 18. Services – Schools Integration of MIS Data of Schools 18
  • 19. Services – Schools – Buffer Map Proximity Analysis of Schools within 5 KM 19
  • 20. Services – Agriculture Electricity Core Network Mapping done in Patna District 20
  • 21. Services – Elections Parliamentary Constituencies: 40 PC Map 21
  • 22. Services – Elections Panchayat Bhawan: 8,400 Booths Map 22
  • 23. Services – Irrigation Rivers, Canals and Streams 23
  • 24. GIS based Scheme Monitoring using Tablet/Mobile
  • 25. GIS based Scheme Monitoring using Tablet/Mobile Android based Tablet Application 25
  • 26. Services – Anganwadi Kendra 26
  • 27. 220/132/33 kv GSS is taken as an sample which join Sampatchak, Kudanwada, Bahadurpur & Karbighiya at 33 kv output level, 132 kv Gaya-I,132 kv Gaya-II,132 Kv Jakkanpur-I, 132 KV Jakkanpur-II, 132 KV Fatuha,132 KV Mithapur at 132 kv output level and 220 kv Gauri ChakKhagaul and 220 Kv Gauri Chak at 220 KV Output Level. GSS Gauri Chak
  • 28. Identification & Demarcation Of Transmission Towers
  • 30. INTEGRATED MAP OF 220/132/33 KV GSS OF BIHAR,50 km Buffer Distance
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  • 32. HAND DRAWN SLD OF Gauri Chak GSS
  • 33. DIGITAL CONVERSITION OF SLD OF 220/132/33 KV GSS , Gauri Chak
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  • 36. Some Achievements • A CASE study on the project has been prepared for DARPG for LBSNAA and other ATIs • Jharkhand, UP, WB, Orissa states have visited to study the model approved by NRRDA • Selected for presentation in Indo-USA joint egovernance initiative exchange programme in USA 37