Telecentres: Where can India be
 in 2010

              Efforts by Government

                   National Informatics Cen...
Panchayats – Rural Local Self
  Governments
      Major reform of governance in the country through 73rd
      Amendment o...
E-Governance efforts in PRIs
      Many initiatives have been going on for some
      time on application of ICT at Pancha...
E-Governance efforts in PRIs
      The software solutions were focused on back office
      computerisation of Panchayat f...
ePRI
           e-Panchayat (Andhra Pradesh)
      e-Panchayat
           Births & Deaths
           House Tax
           ...
ePRI
                                  Infogram (Goa)
       Inward Register and Outward Register.

      Registration of ...
ePRI
                    e-Gram (Gujarat)
    Birth Certificate
    Death Certificate
    Agriculture Certificate
    Inco...
ePRI
                         PRIASoft (Orissa)
           Web-based accounting software for entering receipts &
         ...
ePRI
             Panchlekha (Madhya Pradesh)

      Panch-Lekha
           Panchayat Accounting –
             supports V...
ePRI
                  Asthi (Karnataka)

      Aasthi – Property Tax Management System

      Samanya Mahiti – General In...
ePRI
                   DRISTI (West Bengal)
      Project sponsored by UNDP/NISG
      Focussing on 50 GPs
      Providin...
ePRI
                           Tamil Nadu
      Out of a total of 12,618 GPs, 6,522 GPs have been provided
      with com...
Other ICT-enabled for PRIs
      Poverty Alleviation (RuralSoft) – Software for monitoring
      the progress of rural dev...
ePRI- VII Round Table Conference at Jaipur
      Organised and co-ordinated by MoPR, Govt. of India

      Attended by Min...
ePRI- VII Round Table Conference at Jaipur

      NIC was made responsible to steer the project as
      main & primary so...
National Panchayat Portal
     NPP contains the dynamic portals for all ZPs(540), BPs(6096)
     and GPs(2,35,000)

     E...
National Informatics Centre
9/6/2006                                 17
Application Software
                                                                        Rural
                       ...
ePRI – Mission Mode project
      National e-Governance Action Plan (NeGP) also envisaged and
      included e-Governance ...
e-PRI Telecentre linkages
      Many telecentres (MSSRF, Warana, CICs, Akshaya, ITC e-
      Choupal, TaraHaat, Drishti, S...
Thank You

                D.C. Misra
           Sr. Technical Director
                   NIC
              dcmisra@nic.i...
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Telecentres Where Can India Be In 2010

  1. 1. Telecentres: Where can India be in 2010 Efforts by Government National Informatics Centre Department of Information Technology Ministry of Communications & Information Technology Government of India 9/6/2006 1
  2. 2. Panchayats – Rural Local Self Governments Major reform of governance in the country through 73rd Amendment of the Constitution Formation of a separate Ministry of Panchayati Raj to give an impetus to the strengthening of Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) Due to on-going devolution exercise, PRIs slated to assume a major role in local revenue generation & development The process of governance is envisaged to happen at the door- step of common man with his active participation 80% of rural citizen’s information and service inputs to come from PRIs (Gram Panchayats, Intermediate Panchayats and Zilla Panchayats) A major effort required to synchronize the strengthening of local governance and e-Governance efforts of PRIs with the proliferation of telecenters National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 2
  3. 3. E-Governance efforts in PRIs Many initiatives have been going on for some time on application of ICT at Panchayat level in many states However attempts were limited, exploratory in nature and at pilot level prior to 2004 National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 3
  4. 4. E-Governance efforts in PRIs The software solutions were focused on back office computerisation of Panchayat functions Solutions were primarily from NIC-State Units except WB/Karnataka (Bellandur) where GP itself took initiative Covering Back-end space of e-governance Panchayati Raj Institutions Administration Software (PRIASoft) under e-PRI project Front-end delivery through National Panchayat Portal (NPP) Window view of these attempts are … National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 4
  5. 5. ePRI e-Panchayat (Andhra Pradesh) e-Panchayat Births & Deaths House Tax Trade Licenses Disbursement of Pensions Works Monitoring Accounting Operational in 24 pilot districts of AP 1300 major Panchayats planned in AP To be rolled out in 475 GPs shortly National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 5
  6. 6. ePRI Infogram (Goa) Inward Register and Outward Register. Registration of Births. Registration of Deaths Accounts House Tax and Light Tax Rent/Lease Construction Licences. Trade Licences. NOC for Water Connection NOC for Electricity Connection National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 6
  7. 7. ePRI e-Gram (Gujarat) Birth Certificate Death Certificate Agriculture Certificate Income Certificate Electricity Certificate Tax Collection : Revenue & Panchayat Caste Certificate National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 7
  8. 8. ePRI PRIASoft (Orissa) Web-based accounting software for entering receipts & expenditure details of panchayats at district, Intermediate and Village levels User-Id/Password based security Data entry at any or all levels of the three-tier PRIs Web-based reports generated for all three-tier Panchayats Implemented in 30 District Panchayats and 314 Intermediate Panchayats National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 8
  9. 9. ePRI Panchlekha (Madhya Pradesh) Panch-Lekha Panchayat Accounting – supports Voucher-level entry generates CAG reports Captures inventory of assets, roads, land and stock ICT infrastructure upto Janpad Panchayat Data entry from Gram Panchayat Under pilot implementation in Bhopal & Sehore District National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 9
  10. 10. ePRI Asthi (Karnataka) Aasthi – Property Tax Management System Samanya Mahiti – General Information System on village amenities Aashraya – Housing schemes Monitoring System All information & services delivered in Kannada language through Rural Digital Services National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 10
  11. 11. ePRI DRISTI (West Bengal) Project sponsored by UNDP/NISG Focussing on 50 GPs Providing Comuter and Communication facilities P2C services with priority on internal automation of some of the areas such a s fund management Fund Management s/w intially prepared by one of the Panchayat itself and is under usage in some of the GPs. As desired by state PR, NIC has adopted the same package, in open source env, for state wide roll out & sustain in GPs/IPs/ZPs National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 11
  12. 12. ePRI Tamil Nadu Out of a total of 12,618 GPs, 6,522 GPs have been provided with computers; remaining to be covered by the end of this financial year These PRI systems are not connected to Internet at the moment Open source environment adopted Operators were given adequate training NREGA-MIS (prepared by NIC) became the first ICT-enabled service for the people. PRI Accounting system, prepared by NIC, is under implementation National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 12
  13. 13. Other ICT-enabled for PRIs Poverty Alleviation (RuralSoft) – Software for monitoring the progress of rural development schemes Rural Product Marketing (RuralBazar) – an e-Commerce Site for showcasing & marketing rural products Agriculture Market Prices (AGMARKNET) – a web-based portal for disseminating mandi prices of agricultural produce Rural Employment (NREGA) – Both online as well as offline Management National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 13
  14. 14. ePRI- VII Round Table Conference at Jaipur Organised and co-ordinated by MoPR, Govt. of India Attended by Ministers & Principal Secretaries for Panchayati Raj from states Other stakeholders including NIC also attended the conference The conference adopted resolution supporting Introduction of e-Gov in PRIs and capacity building National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 14
  15. 15. ePRI- VII Round Table Conference at Jaipur NIC was made responsible to steer the project as main & primary software solution provider National Panchayat Portal (NPP, http://Panchayat.nic.in) as Front end solution for all PRIs were prepared by NIC and launched during the conference National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 15
  16. 16. National Panchayat Portal NPP contains the dynamic portals for all ZPs(540), BPs(6096) and GPs(2,35,000) Each PRI can change layout, color, font and content without writing single line of programming code Information/Content/data management(upload/download/exchange/archive/MHS etc) can be done by them. Many states have taken initiative to adopt the portal and conduct training to PRI staff on NPP. Orissa is in leading stage at the moment.. The PRI portal as National Informatics Centre act as the single-point of a part of NPP would 9/6/2006 16
  17. 17. National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 17
  18. 18. Application Software Rural e-Panchayat MOPR PRIs (AP) Web Site State PRIAsoft PR Aasthi itizen Portal (TN, Orissa) ZP - (Kar) Portal PRIAsoft G2C Internet Other BP - PR Portal (PanchLekh) Deptt VP- (MP) Applic Portal ation VPs/BPs/ZPs Front End (NPP) Back End National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 18
  19. 19. ePRI – Mission Mode project National e-Governance Action Plan (NeGP) also envisaged and included e-Governance in Panchayats as a mission mode project with measurable deliverables Proposed Major Activities Information & Service Need Assessment Business Process Reengineering Hardware & System Software Connectivity Application Software Capacity Building Content Management Service Delivery National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 19
  20. 20. e-PRI Telecentre linkages Many telecentres (MSSRF, Warana, CICs, Akshaya, ITC e- Choupal, TaraHaat, Drishti, Saksham, OKN, AISECT etc.are a reality and many more are likely to join GoI, as part of NeGP, aims to establish 100,000 Common Service Centres across the country These telecentres could act as the front-end for information and service delivery centres of panchayats Panchyats could outsource some of the data collection and collation activities to local people which could also become a source of income to these centres National Informatics Centre 9/6/2006 20
  21. 21. Thank You D.C. Misra Sr. Technical Director NIC dcmisra@nic.in 9/6/2006 21

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