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  • IN: Assam wins national e-governance award

    Assam’s Computerisation of Registration (Panjeeyan) Project has earned laurels for the state. The Project has won the prestigious Gold Icon National Award by the Union department of administrative reforms and public grievances for 2012-13.

    The state-wide Computerisation of Registration (Panjeeyan) Project in Assam was implemented by the revenue and disaster management department with support of the finance department, under the Assam Governance and Public Resource Management Project (AGPRMP) funded by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).

  • IN: Assam: State govt dept wins award for e-governance

    The Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Government of India, has selected the Computerization of Registration (Panjeeyan) Project in Assam for the prestigious ‘Gold Icon’ in the National Awards for e-Governance for 2012-13 for Excellence in Government Process Re-engineering.

    The Statewide Computerization of Registration (Panjeeyan) Project in Assam was implemented by the Revenue and Disaster Management Department with active support of the Finance Department, under the Assam Governance and Public Resource Management Project (AGPRMP) funded by the Asian Development Bank.

  • IN: Awards on Maharashtra Day

    Meanwhile, the DF government will celebrate ‘Maharashtra Day’ by emphasizing on its e-Governance initiatives. Those excelling in this field are to be awarded on Thursday.

    A state government release stated that the state has made electronic tendering the norm for all tenders above Rs 10 lakh in value. “A total of 72,000 such e-tenders having a cumulative value of Rs 68,000 crore in project worth have been floated till 31 March, 2014.

  • IN: Bihar wins award for e-governance

    Bihar bagged the Computer Society of India (CSI) Nihilent e-governance 'elecon' award for 2012-13 at the CSI annual convention in Visakhapatnam on Saturday. The e-governance initiative 'elecon' (for developing a scientific database on state election process) is a joint initiative of chief electoral officer, Bihar, and National Informatics Centre.

    Technical director of NIC, Bihar, Shailesh Kumar Srivastava, received the award from J Satyanarayana, secretary, IT, government of India, and SV Raghavan, scientific secretary, office of the principal scientific adviser to the PM. "In total, 200 entries were received for this award," Srivastava told TOI over phone from Visakhapatnam.

  • IN: Bihar: 'E-Shakti' awarded the Best Gov't to Citizen Initiative in the Country at 'e-world 2011'

    E-Shakti' is an initiative by the government of Bihar for successful implementation of MNREGA in the state through highly automated attendance and wage mechanism.

    Glodyne Technoserve Limited one of the largest technology infrastructure management services provider and a pioneer in e-governance managed services space in the country today announced that their E-Governance project 'E-Shakti' in the state of Bihar has been awarded the "Best Government to Citizen Initiative" at the 'E-World Forum 2011'.

    The award was presented to Glodyne at a glittering ceremony on 2nd August, in New Delhi at the hands of Jyotiraditya Scindia, Hon. Minister of State for Commerce and Industry.

  • IN: CSI – Nihilent announces e-Governance Awards for 2012-13

    Enters the second decade of fostering e-Governance in India

    The prestigious CSI-Nihilent e-Governance Awards instituted by the Computer Society of India's Special Interest Group on e-Governance and sponsored by Nihilent Technologies has, announced the Best e-Governance initiatives for the year 2012-2013.

    The award, now into its second decade, is a gold standard for evaluating e-Governance projects in the country. The winners were honored at a grand ceremony at the 49th Annual Convention of CSI held in Visakhapatnam. Through out the journey, the mission of the awards has been to acknowledge and appreciate the valuable efforts in bringing good governance through utilization of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT).

  • IN: CSI-Nihilent e-gov awards gets highest no. of nominations this year

    To take place in Visakhapatnam on Dec. 14

    The CSI-Nihilent e-Governance Awards instituted by the Computer Society of India's Special Interest Group on e-Governance and sponsored by Nihilent technologies has announced the final list of nominations for the year 2012-13. Into its 11th year the awards will be held in Visakhapatnam on December 14, 2013. The objective is to recognize and appreciate the efforts in successful achievement of initiatives for good governance using Information and communication technology (ICT).

  • IN: CSI-Nihilent e-Governance awards marches into second decade

    The prestigious award ceremony to be organized in Visakhapatnam

    The prestigious CSI-Nihilent e-Governance Awards instituted by the Computer Society of India's Special Interest Group on e-Governance and sponsored by Nihilent technologies has, today, announced the final list of nominations for the year 2012-13. Into its 11th year the awards will be held in Visakhapatnam on December 14, 2013.

    The objective is to recognize and appreciate the efforts in successful achievement of initiatives for good governance using Information and communication technology (ICT).

  • IN: EPFO bags National Award on e-Governance

    The Employees’ Provident Fund Organisation has won the National Award on e-Governance 2015-16 for launching the Universal Account Number (UAN).

    The UAN facility enables workers to transfer their provident fund deposits while switching jobs anywhere in India easily.

    The EPFO won the gold award in the ‘innovative use of technology in e-governance’ category and the retirement body will get a cash prize of Rs 2 lakh.

  • IN: Goa's 'poll monitoring system' wins national award

    Goa's poll monitoring system (PMS) that was implemented during the assembly elections on March 3, has won the Computer Society of India (CSI) national e-governance award for 2011-2012.

    North Goa collector Mihir Vardhan, who is the nodal officer for PMS in Goa, told TOI that the award presentation ceremony will be held in Kolkota on December 2.

    PMS was the highlight of the March assembly elections as it was the first time it was implemented across the state with approval from the Election Commission of India. Using PMS, election officials could capture the fingerprints and photographs of 98.8% of the total 8,31,070 Goan electors who voted. A total of 1,700 laptops were used along with web cameras and fingerprint readers in all of the 1,612 polling stations. One of the objectives was to prevent bogus voting or impersonation.

  • IN: Gujarat gets one-fourth of the central e-governance awards

    The Gujarat government seems to be on a roll these days. Following the urban development ministry asking other states to follow Gujarat models for urban infrastructure projects, the BJP-ruled state has now bagged four of the 16 national awards for e-governance initiatives. No other state got more than two.

    One of the awards for Gujarat was for its Online Voting System (OVS), implemented successfully in the state local body polls, showing others how such a system can be useful in getting people to vote in the internet age.

  • IN: Gujarat: Rajkot Municipal Corporation bags Manthan Award for m-governance

    The Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC) has won the Manthan Award (South Asia-Digital inclusion for Development) for its mobile-governance project in the e-governance category. The civic body was awarded second prize in the e-governance category at the function held on Friday in New Delhi.

    "RMC has been on the forefront to use IT to deliver various civil services to its citizen in a more friendly manner and were constantly improving it so as to reach out to people in a very efficient way," said Ajay Bhadoo, municipal commissioner, RMC.

  • IN: Gujarat: Surat Municipal Corporation bags urban e-governance award

    Surat Municipal Corporation (SMC) has bagged one more award for urban e-governance.

    The award is constituted by a non-governmental organization Jannagrah, which is supported by the Union government. A jury for selecting the award consisted of advisor to the prime minister Sam Pitroda, member of Planning Commission Arun Miera, former secretary, minister of urban development, M Ramchandran and founder and ex-vice president of Info Edge (India) Ltd Sanjeev Bikhchandani.

  • IN: Haryana: Gurugram gets E-governance award

    The district administration is all set to be conferred with the National e-Governance Award for the project G-Triangulation at the two day 20th National Conference. The conference will begin in Visakhapatnam on January 9.

    G-Triangulation, the project, aimed at providing complete spatial referencing of the land holdings across the district and further validating the land holding details in Manesar. "No other state has done so many experiments in used records management. The revenue estate of Manesar.was taken up as a pilot for implementation of the project. The revenue records of 14 out of 37 villages were fully processed. The results have shown remarkable consistency in moving to a system for adoption of the method of conclusive titles," said an official.

  • IN: Himachal bags two CSI-Nihilent e-Governance awards

    The State of Himachal Pradesh was awarded two CSI-Nihilent e-Governance awards 2014-15. The Award of Appreciation was conferred upon “HIMKOSH” Integrated Financial Management System Department of Finance Govt. of Himachal Pradesh and Award of Recognition” upon “HIMBHOOMI” Integrated Land Records Computerization Govt. of Himachal Pradesh on 3rd December, 2015 at New Delhi. The awards were received by D.D. Sharma, Special Secretary Finance -cum-Director, Treasuries, Accounts & Lotteries & Revenue- Disaster Management Himachal Pradesh Government. Shri Arun Ojha, Deputy Director, Treasuries, Accounts & Lotteries, H.P. was also present.

  • IN: Jammu and Kashmir gets award for e-Governance

    Jammu and Kashmir's efforts to provide administration with the use of Information Technology has won it the acclaimed CSI-Nihilent Award for e-Governance.

    Special Secretary, Jammu and Kashmir, Amit Sharma won the award for the conceptualisation, creation and launching of e-governance site 'www.Dudubasantgarh.Gov.In', the first such website of a sub-division in the state.

    The Computer Society of India (CSI)-Nihilent award was given to Sharma by Secretary, Information Technology, Government of India, J Satyanarayana at the 48th Annual Convention of the society held yesterday at Vishakhapatnam, an official release said here on Sunday.

  • IN: Jharkhand gets silver medal for e-governance

    Jharkhand received silver medal at the e-governance award ceremony at Jaipur on Monday for exemplary use of ICT-based solutions for the pragya kendra-cum-panchayat bank project for electronic benefit transfer to beneficiaries

    The award was received by Dr Pravin Jha, Special Secretary, Department of Information Technology (IT) on Monday in Jaipur as IT Secretary NN Sinha could not personally receive the award. The awards were given jointly by Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot and Union Minister of State V Narayansami.

  • IN: Karnataka: Bangalore police bags gold award for B-trac project

    Bangalore city police has bagged the gold award for innovative use of technology in e-governance in the implementation of B-trac project, a top police official said today.

    Announcing the award, which is given out by the union Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances department, City Police Commissioner Shankar Bidari said, "It is for the first time that a police force in the country has been awarded the Gold award for innovative use of technology for e-governance".

  • IN: Karnataka: Sakala bags e-governance award

    Sakala, the most ambitious project of Karnataka government has been awarded Silver, national award on e-governance, by the government of India. The project headed by IAS officer Shalini Rajneesh was chosen for its "outstanding performance in citizen service delivery, 2013-14."

    It is a scheme under Karantaka Guarantee of Services to Citizens System, bill passed by the Karnataka State Legislature in 2011, to provide guarantee of services to citizens in the State of Karnataka within the stipulated time limit for citizen related services as mentioned in the schedule.

  • IN: Karnataka's 'Sakala' e-governance scheme bags National Award

    The much acclaimed 'Sakala,' e-governance scheme launched by the previous BJP regime and continued by the present Congress government in Karnataka headed by Siddaramaiah has bagged the national award under the category "outstanding performance in citizen centric service delivery" for the year 2013-14.

    Sakala was launched for ensuring time-bound delivery of services for citizens.

    The Union Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances, and Pensions has in a letter to Shalini Rajneesh, Secretary, DPAR and Mission Director – Sakala, informed that the State has been awarded silver under the category "outstanding performance in citizen centric service delivery" for national award on e-governance.

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