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Dr. Anita Goel
December 19, 2014
The four tenets for Good Governance
Collaboration
Transparency
Participation
Accountability
Challenges for India
•  1.2 billion people
•  600,000+ villages, 65% population rural
•  Multi-ethnic, Multi-religious soc...
Vision of NeGP (National eGovernance Plan)
“Make all Government services accessible to
the COMMON MAN IN HIS LOCALITY,
thr...
E-Governance in India
NIC – National Informatics Centre
STQC – Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification
CDAC - Ce...
Mission Mode Projects
CENTRAL STATE INTEGRATED
Banking Agriculture CSC
Central Excise and Customs Commercial Taxes e-Biz
I...
Income Tax e-filing
•  e-filing
•  No documents to be attached
•  Can see all TDS deposited – Form 26AS
•  e-payment of In...
e-Procurement Portal of Karnataka Government
•  All Tenders listed on the portal and can be downloaded.
•  Bids to be uplo...
INDIA TODAY – Dec 22, 2014
The Economic Times - Dated 19th Dec 2014
Thank You
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Good governance and ICT

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Some examples to create awareness and sensitisation of use of ICT in Good Governance, in the context of India.
Presentation made for Students, Faculty and Staff of Dyal Singh College, Lodhi Road, New Delhi

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Good governance and ICT

  1. 1. Dr. Anita Goel December 19, 2014
  2. 2. The four tenets for Good Governance Collaboration Transparency Participation Accountability
  3. 3. Challenges for India •  1.2 billion people •  600,000+ villages, 65% population rural •  Multi-ethnic, Multi-religious society •  Multi-lingual: 22 Official languages •  Multi-party, Multi-tiered democracy •  35 States & UTs; 240,000 + Local Bodies
  4. 4. Vision of NeGP (National eGovernance Plan) “Make all Government services accessible to the COMMON MAN IN HIS LOCALITY, through Common Service Delivery Outlets and ensure EFFICIENCY TRANSPARENCY & RELIABILITY of such services at AFFORDABLE COSTS to realise the BASIC NEEDS of the common man”
  5. 5. E-Governance in India NIC – National Informatics Centre STQC – Standardisation Testing and Quality Certification CDAC - Centre for Development of Advanced Computing NISG – National Institute for Smart Government
  6. 6. Mission Mode Projects CENTRAL STATE INTEGRATED Banking Agriculture CSC Central Excise and Customs Commercial Taxes e-Biz Income Tax e-District e-Courts Insurance Employment Exchange e-Procurement MCA 21 (Ministry of Corporate Affairs) Land Records EDI For eTrade National Citizens Database Municipalities National e-governance Service Delivery Gateway Passport Gram Panchayat India Portal Immigration, Visa and Foreigners Registration& Tracking Police Pension Road Transport e-Office Treasuries Education Health
  7. 7. Income Tax e-filing •  e-filing •  No documents to be attached •  Can see all TDS deposited – Form 26AS •  e-payment of Income Tax •  Electronic processing of Refunds, with speed
  8. 8. e-Procurement Portal of Karnataka Government •  All Tenders listed on the portal and can be downloaded. •  Bids to be uploaded on the e-portal •  Can check status of the bids •  Successful bids status available •  EMD refunded to unsuccessful bidders thru ECS/RTGS
  9. 9. INDIA TODAY – Dec 22, 2014
  10. 10. The Economic Times - Dated 19th Dec 2014
  11. 11. Thank You

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