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ICT Infrastructure, Data Centre and Applications- Rajnish Mahajan, NIC, Gujarat Centre


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    • 1. ICT INFRASTRUCTURE, DATA CENTRE ANDAPPLICATIONS IN GUJARAT Rajnish Mahajan Senior Technical Director National Informatics Centre Gujarat State Centre Email: 16th December2011 Gandhinagar
    • 2. ICT Infrastructure in Gujarat• State Data Centre is located at Bureau of Economics and Statistics operational since October 2008 – 2600 sq. ft of server and storage area, – 600 sq. ft of connectivity zone – 1300 sq. ft of control room and utility area. – Connected to all the Government offices through GSWAN infrastructure.• 3 Mini Data Centres @ – Vadodara – Rajkot – Mehsana• GSWAN co-located with SDC• Disaster recovery (DR) site @ Hyderabad connected through NIC network
    • 3. Gujarat State Data Centre Key-supporting element of e-Government initiatives, with greater reliability, availability and serviceability. A mediator & convergence point between open unsecured domain and sensitive government environment. Enables departments to host their services/applications on a common infrastructure, Efficient management, optimum resources utilization
    • 4. Benefits  Cost Optimization  Optimum utilization of resources  Reduction in software application licenses cost  Less electricity and facility cost  Centralized Management  Better qualified resources to be available for management at central facility  Patch management, tracking of issues, log management would be easier  Virtualization of network, devices, applications is available
    • 5. Benefits  Better Security  More secure network with state-of–the –art network infrastructure  Firewalls, intrusion detection system, web-filters  Scalability  On-demand provisioning of Bandwidth, network resources, hardware infrastructure  Interoperability  Divergent system can interoperate based on standard interfaces available
    • 6. Best practices in e-governance “e-governance” refers to the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) by government departments or offices. ICT enabled e-governance and Best Practices enable integration of government process, services with inter- operable standards with convergence across departments and reducing duplication of data.
    • 7. ATVT Aapno Taluka Vibrant Taluka Bringing all government activities under one roof. More transparent and efficient citizen centric system. Empowering local governing bodies by implementing application up to taluka level in the state. Avoid delay in delivery of services to citizensThis online service system has become a strong utility for “taluka sarkar” enabling delivery of services to citizens: like – Certificates – AffidavitsImplemented in : 225 TalukasTotal Services covered : 150 nos.Total Applications Received : 1614067 nos.
    • 8. SWAGAT State Wide Attention on Grievances by Application of Technology The grievance redressel mechanism in a state gives an idea on the effectiveness of its governance. Grievances should be addressed through formal channels, with unresolved grievances being dealt with at progressively higher levels. To bring about a revolutionary change in the way grievances were being addressed in Gujarat, the SWAGAT on line program was used since 24th April 2003 by the Hon’ble Chief Minister. From February, 2011 GRAM SWAGAT has started for village level grievances. TOTAL PENDING DISPOSED % DISPOSAL GRIEVANCES GRIEVANCES GRIEVANCES STATE SWAGAT 233 54 179 76.82 DISTRICT 12705 513 12192 95.96 SWAGAT TALUKA SWAGAT 83391 3805 79586 95.44 GRAM SWAGAT 48394 14196 34198 70.67 LOK FARIYAD 12299 4929 7370 59.92 TOTAL 157022 23497 133525 85.04
    • 9. e–Mamta Mother & Child Tracking System Name based online records – Child immunization details – Prenatal and postnatal services provided – Child growth chart (Male/Female) – Monthly reporting / work plan formats SMS to beneficiary and to department Efficient stock management No. of families entered 96 lakhs No. of members entered 4.71 crore No. of PW registered 17.45 lakhs Infant registered 10.6 lakhs Children(1-6 yrs) Registered 23.71 lakhs
    • 10. PDS Public Distribution System Scope of the computerization New Bar-coded Ration Cards, Allocation of commodities, PDS Coupon, Issuing Permits to FPS shops, Licensing of FPS shops, Godown Management and Controller & Legal Metrology modules. New Bar-coded Ration Card with 2D Bar-code are being issued to the beneficiaries. The bio-metric data of at least 1 member/card is captured. Establishing the identity of a person thorough Convergence of Ration Card data with EPIC, BPL, GAS, Electricity and Khedutkhatedar databases; online. PDS coupon to the beneficiary to avail the commodity covered in PDS through e-Grams/Cyber Café. PDS Coupon is generated only after finger-print verification of beneficiary with central repository Coupon is printed commodity wise having 2D Bar-code. Total 1,31,396 new bar-coded ration card generated with finger-print captured Total 7,63,470 coupons have been generated and ( from 1st April-2011) 50,173 beneficiaries are covered in 180 pilot FPS ( from 1 st April-2011)
    • 11. e – JAMIN Central solution for land records RoR Delivery system from Anywhere 5,25,12,915 RoR issued from eDhara Kendra & eGram Center since May-2010. A complete mutation process; integrated to gARVI (eRegistration) for auto mutation; will link all offices which uses/shares land records data. 1,34,995 Auto Mutations initiated 20,95,707 Mutations Effected Powerful Monitoring and MIS Supports. Capturing of Photo and Finger Prints. Initial preparation for RESURVEY; Moves towards RoT (Record of Titles) from RoR (Record of Right)
    • 12. gARVI Automation of Administration of Registration, Valuation & Indexing in Gujarat The objective is to improve the services of the Sub Registrar office to the public by providing speedy Registration Process and return the registered document on the same day. Registration Process covers  Land ownership verification using bio-metric authentication  Pre-valuation and market value calculation based on ready reckoner.  All registered document details stored at Centralised Data server .  Photo and Thumb Impression of all parties are captured.  Scanning the ordered document  Auto Mutation Generation on final order. Status  Implemented in all 225 talukas in Gujarat.  Daily around 3000 documents are registered in all over Gujarat.  All Sub Registrar offices are connected with GSWAN network.  Registration digitized data available from 2007 onwards.
    • 13. XGN Extended Green Node For State Pollution Control Boards : Gujarat, A.P, M.P, Goa, H.P Uttarakhand Pull-Up of e-Files by any level from the down-level Auto-Compulsion in disposals of e-Files within the Citizen Charter’s specified time-frames at all stages of processing. Critical Indicators & Alerts at every stage to stake holders. Online Applications towards NOC, CCA from June 2009 23 Transactions between Industries/Hospitals and Department send to stake holders in form of SMS Aided in ISO 9001 & 14001. , e-Files Disposals within 60 days. No Paper Correspondence btwn field & head Office / Industries & GPCB # Functionalities ……. Before After XGN Current Year 1 Monitoring Visits , Yearly 10,721 30,106 2 NOC-CCA Applications 2750 manually 25,246 3 Water Cess Return Defaulters 35 % 7% 4 Revenue increment for the department Rs 27 Crores Rs 118 Crores
    • 14. XLN Xtended Licensing Node for State Food & Drugs Dept. Licenses in all categories (Allopathy,Homeo,Restricted,Schedule X for Retail + Wholesalers are generated from 1st Jan 2007 onwards. Any sample drawn after 1st Oct 2009 have been entered at circle offices & made available to Drug Lab, Vadodara to enter the Results of the same Any Inward application , be it for any of the 9 options are duly entered & monitored thru the software right from allotment to D.I, Inspection report, Recommendation by Inspector & Final Rejection/Grant the Circle Head(A.C) 28000+, in Gujarat, 75000+ in Maharshtra & 23000+ in Karnataka Firms/dealers are in place in XLN. Approx 50,000 Licenses generated thru NIC-XLN. 20,000+ Samples e-send to Drugs laboratories for Testing. Monitoring of Pendency + Disposal is done thru the system. The MANUAL DOCUMENTS / REGISTERS / have been done away with. Any G2C form is generated by this system. Movement of Files within the Department has been stopped since 2 Yrs. Request for Replication of XLN from Chattisgarh, M.P, Kerala,Uttarakhand.
    • 15. DLIMS Drug Logistics & Inventory Management System Fixing up of Rate contracts (Self + CMSO) Assesment of Requirement at CDHO/Hospitals Appropriate Procurement/Receivables - CMSO Supplies/Direct Supplies against Indents - Local Purchases on CMSO RC & - Special programmes Allotment. Systematic Distribution further down. Self + Dispensaries + Branches + PHCs Stock Monitoring of Drugs e-Indents worth 64 Crores for 2011 thru DLIMS for 802 DDOs (CHC,Hospitals) Rate Contracts & Purchase orders ( Current Year ) - RC for all Drugs on NET for CMSO,DDOs & RTI. - 2080 Regular POs(33 Crs) & 343 Spl. Prg POs(4 Crs) - 452 Risk Purchase Recovery Orders worth 599 lakhs Supplier Invoices ( Current Year ) - 2353 Supplier Invoices(5173 batches – 33 Crores) - 4706 Delivery Challans(26987 batches – 19 Crores) to the DDOs - Deductions (Testing Chrgs,Edu cess,Service tax, LSP etc)
    • 16. OJAS Online Job Application system With an objective to expedite the recruitment process at the application level and bring transparency at each stage of recruitment Reduced timing of recruitment process drastically. Cost effective to applicants and recruiters. To file application without manual hurdles. OJAS becomes great tool for recruitment in terms of G2G and G2C Users: Gujarat Public Service Commission (GPSC), Gujarat Subordinate Service Selection Board (GSSSB), Gujarat Panchayat Service Selection Board (GPSSB), Gujarat State Road Transport Corporation (GSRTC), State Examination Board (SEB), Police Recruitment Board (PRB), Finance Dept. (FD) and so on... Status: Approx. 25 lacs applications have been processed for different vacancies in government and conducted various exams and tests for candidates. Approx. 30,000+ vacancies have been published on OJAS of around 100+ categories. Application filing on OJAS with photo and sign upload facility Chief Secretary and GAD, Govt. of Gujarat has asked departments to adopt OJAS for transparent, speedy, cost effective and easy recruitment.
    • 17. Gujarat Judiciary The objective of Computerisation of Judiciary is to enhance judicial productivity both qualitatively and quantitatively as also to make the justice delivery system affordable, accessible, cost effective, transparent and accountable with a telescopic view to reach at the litigants door steps up to village level by bringing the Indian Judiciary under one umbrella. Reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO): TCO reduced considerably due to adaptation of FOSS, as costs towards Office Suite and Antivirus solution were saved. Linux based clients with Open Office as office application suite was provided to clients. Daily Cause lists Online: Both judge wise and advocate wise are available online for the benefit of the litigants and advocates. Case Status Search: is facilitated online by name of litigant or advocate and case number. Full case summary along with history of hearing and transfer details are made available online. Inquiry Counters are operated in every computerised court for dissemination of simple copy of orders, case status etc. directly to the litigants Indicator District HQ Taluka Daily Cause List available On internet -- Both 45 75 Court wise as well as Advocate wise Order / judgments available on net 40 --
    • 18. RCMS Revenue Cases Management System Benefits  Online Status of case is available on Intranet and Internet as well. People or Lawyer can get information pertaining to case online which includes decision taken or next date of hearing.  Copy of any order can be downloaded and printed through internet. On providing some basic details of Type of case, Case no., or Year, person can find required information about the case.  Office will also be able to have a hearing board ready on computer screen. This also helps in searching a previously disposed case, so as to cite in the judgment as well as for other offices to rulings / procedures being set up and provided in the judgments. Geographical Coverage: This system is implemented in district & taluka offices. People can get status of case from village level using e-gram Common Service Centre (CSC) kiosks. Achievements: Total revenue cases registered are : 8477 at District Collectorate, Prant Office & Mamlatdar Offices of the state.
    • 19. iOjN 4 Planning Objective Main objective behind the development of iOjN4Planning system is to smoothen the various types of administrative process and to introduce an effective monitoring system for expediting the project which are sanctioned and funded under Decentralized Planning Schemes. Some of the other objectives are :  To make status of work online and accessible to all.  To make system more transparent and accountable.  Not fully Paperless but make a administrative procedure “Less Paper”  Timely implementation as well as completion of the work. Benefits  Reduction in time taken for sanction of proposal.  Proper utilization of Govt. Funds. Preparation of Asset Register at Village level.  Since all information is available online, it makes work of monitoring & review easier.  Any person can know about latest status of proposal/work online.  Uploading of photographs of 3 stages of work leads to transparency in implementation of the scheme. Achievements System made fully online having data entered of 60765 works of amount Rs. 69091.04 Lakhs since year 2001-2002.
    • 20. FDCA-DMLADMLA- Drugs(allopathic) Manufacturing License Allocation is an ICT solution for Food & Drugs Control Administration , Health Department,Govt. of GujaratTwo web portals DMLA & iDMLA. DMLA portal for FDCA and iDMLA is a portal for Drugs(allopathic) manufacturers who can register and maintain their on the portal.On-line application and Work flow based application processing Total Verified Firms : 1341 Total Licenses entered : 3200 Total Products entered : 1,56,00 Total application processed : 10,000
    • 21. Next Step Convergance of available data setsInvolving all stake holdersData Sharing among various agenciesMobile governance
    • 22. THANK YOU