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Three of the Delhi Government’s e-Governance projects have won this year’s national awards among all the states and government departments. Two of the Delhi projects (run by Education Department and DSIIDC) have won Golden Icon, while another (run by Education Department) has won Silver Icon award given by the Central Government for e-Governance.

The projects which have won Golden Icon are Education Department’s Online Student Management System, in the Excellence in Government Process Re-Engineering category, and DSIIDC’s File Monitoring System and Bar Coding Solution in the Exemplary Usage of ICT by PSUs. The Silver Icon for outstanding performance in Citizen-Centric Service Delivery category was won by Education Department’s Computer Aided Learning (CAL).

The awards will be given at the two-day national conference on e-Governance to be held in Bhopal on Friday. Others to have won awards in the different categories include, Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, NTPC, Karnataka, Union Tourism Ministry, NIC portal, Orissa.

Newsline takes a look on the three projects:

  • Online Student Management System

    This system keeps a track of a student and all processes related to them right from registration for admission in Delhi Government schools till the student leaves the school by obtaining school leaving certificate. The module comprises of online registration and admission; online performance tracking of all the students, including result analysis, issuance of various certificates; online attendance; health record of each student.

  • Computer Aided Learning

    The Delhi Government is the first state in India to completely digitise and animate the Class X curriculum on CDs and it is expected to be extended to classes XI and XII. In Computer Aided Learning, teachers use multimedia, CDs, and related computer based hardware to teach students for easy learning and making the education more interesting. Now, the government has initiated the next stage of this programme, called CALTOONz, where cartoons are used for interactive teaching.

  • File Monitoring System and Bar Code Solution

    Designed in-house by the DSIIDC, the File Monitoring System keeps a track of a particular file by generating a unique code for it. Each time, it goes from one office to the other, its record is maintained online and can be tracked at click of a mouse.

Autor(en)/Author(s): Pratul Sharma

Quelle/Source: Delhi Newsline, 30.01.2007

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