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Pradesh State Service Delivery Gateway (SSDG) / State Portal
The project has been formulated to fulfil the vision of providing easy and
convenient services to the citizens through remote access primarily through
Common Service Centres (CSCs) and enabling the State Portal by implementing the
key components of State Portal viz. SSDG, electronic form, application and
The objective of the State Portal & SSDG project is to ensure the following:
Providing easy, anywhere and anytime access to Government Services (both
Information & Transactional).
Reducing number of visits of citizens to a Government office/department for
availing the services.
Reducing administrative burden and service fulfillment time & costs for the
Government, Citizens & Businesses.
Reducing direct interaction of citizen with the Government and encourage
e-interaction and more efficient communication through portal.
Enhancing perception & image of the Government and its constituent departments.
Promotion of uniform web interfaces across Government and build in synergies
with the National Portal of India (NPI) using the National Service Delivery
Delivery of services through Common Service Centres (CSCs) by leveraging the
common infrastructure (SWAN, SDC etc.) and development of the applications and
infrastructure required for deployment of State Portal and State Service
Delivery Gateway (SSDG) for the State.
Publishing the static data and all information of the State departments.
Department of IT, GoMP is in the process of implementing the SSDG/SP project. 41
services from 6 departments have been chosen as the pilot services for which
e-forms are going to be provided in the State Portal. The six departments are
Women and Child Development, Agriculture, Horticulture & Food Processing,
Fisheries, Public Relations & Public Health and Engineering.
Services from other departments will be e-form enabled after the Go-Live of the
State Portal. Currently, Tata Consultancy Services is in process of development
of the State Portal and finalization of the e-forms for the 41 services. The
State Portal, along with e-forms, is expected to Go-Live very soon.
Integrated Treasuries Computerization Project (ITCP) is a major E-Governance
initiative by Government of Madhya Pradesh. While its coverage extends to entire
state (229 locations), through 53 district treasuries, 159 sub-treasuries etc,
serving almost 8000 drawing and disbursing officers belonging to all departments
of the State Government, the facility provided under it has proved to be
extremely useful in improving the financial management of the State. The system
of Budget Control through mandatory transmission of budget allotments through
DTA server has resulted in complete stoppage of irregular
allotments/re-appropriations/drawl from the treasuries. Up-to-date information
of detailed head wise and department wise revenue and expenditure is now
available on-line and department's can take remedial measures in time. For all
bills submitted to treasuries, the system not only provides for their tracking,
but their status is also available on web for DDO's , thereby bringing
transparency to the entire system. Since over 50% of the state budget is spent
on salary and pension, ITCP has incorporated special provisions for them. It is
now possible to prepare salary bills of 5.05lakhs employees and payment
statements of 2.5lakhs pensioners through treasuries itself as detailed
databases of all employees and pensioners have been provided in the system.
In sequel to the ITCP, the State Government
implemented "e-payment" a comprehensive project that eliminates the need to
issue physical cheque and introduces transparency in the payment system.
Government of Madhya Pradesh, Finance Department is the first State in the
country, to bring transparency in its governance by introducing such kinds of
facilities. All payments are cleared through electronic means and in due course
of time the payments through cheques would automatically end. Payments to
vendors are also cleared through e-payment.
In a predominantly agrarian economy, records
of land ownership and use are of great importance. However, most of these
records are legacy data. Often, retrieval of a particular record requires a
landowner to run from pillar to post and to waste precious time and money for a
task that should not be so difficult. The Madhya Pradesh government's
Bhu-Abhilekh has come as a godsend to the landowners of the state. State of
Madhya Pradesh has prepared a largest database of Land records in the country.
In the State of M.P. the Land Records of all revenue villages have been
computerized, i.e. the textual data of land records are 100% converted into
electronic form. Computerized land records are modified on regular basis with
the facility of automatic weekly backup. Thirty Five million Khasra
(Plot/Survey) numbers comprising of Eleven million Landowners have been
computerized. Bhu-Abhilekh is a G2C (Government to Consumer) and G2G (Government
to Government) application software used by the Office of the Commissioner, Land
Records and Settlement, Department of Revenue in the Madhya Pradesh government.
Bhu-Abhilekh comprises a computerized master database of land records that
stores plot-wise and owner-wise details on land,crops, revenue, irrigation,
demand, collection, land type, tenancy, and so on. This data can be retrieved,
changed and updated. The system also allows periodic reports to be generated and
issued to landowners including the two important documents Khasra -the record of
Rights (ROR)- and Khatauni.
Department of IT, Govt. of MP is implementing e-Tendering system for all the
Government Department and State PSUs in MP. The project is initiated on BOOT
model for a period of five years with no cost to the Government. The objectives
of this ambitious e-Governance project are to bring transparency in the
tendering process and to give time and cost advantages. Traditional approach of
tendering posed several challenges to the purchasing departments. Huge amount of
paperwork involved was not only difficult to manage but also results in high
levels of administrative overheads. Collusion among the contractors bidding for
contracts leaves departments with very few options beyond the existing vendors.
As on date the project has completed more than 5 years of its life. It's a
matter of pleasure to mention that, the application till date has processedmore
than 20,000 online tenderswith a composite value of approxRs.
36,000 croresserving around10,000 users. As on date there are
67 GoMP's department/ agencies that are using the online e-Procurement portal.Now
Department of IT is planning go next level from eTendering to eProcurement,
which would be an end to end solution for entire procurement lifecycle.
Commissioner Commercial Tax (CCT), Madhya
Pradesh is the largest revenue earning establishment of MP Government having 5
zonal offices, 15 divisional offices, 80 circle offices and 32 check posts
spread over the state for administering the activities of tax collection for the
Government. Computerisation of the Commercial Tax Department improved the
service levels and provided transparent, fast and efficient services to
taxpayers and citizens. The Project successfully transformed key processes
leading to improved service delivery for providing e-Services including
e-Registration application, e-Return, download of statutory forms and built
capacities among all stakeholders to deliver better services. The web portal and
application modules successfully launched under the project are, Registration,
Return, Tax Accounting System, Industrial Incentive System, Law & Judicial
System, Enforcement, Assessment, Luxury Tax and Professional Tax. There has been
signification contribution of this project in improving tax collection from Rs.
9,416 crores in 2009-10 to Rs. 12,342 crores in 2010-11.