As per the RTE (Right to Education) act, the fundamental right of children to free & compulsory education notified on 27th August 2009, there should be a school within 5 km radius of geographical reach. According to which 144 new school locations for un-aided private high schools all across the Maharashtra state have been identified. “School Sanctions and Approvals” (SSAA) initiative is a step forward towards RTE compliance taken by School Education Department, Government of Maharashtra. This move encourages private players in catering education service to all those school children who belong to remote areas of Maharashtra where in no/less transportation facilities are available. As a result, economically backward children are not been able to bear the transportation expense of commuting to school & are not able to get access to school education. This IT initiative invites online applications for issuing letter of intent (LOI) to new school/existing school management for the opening of un-aided, privately managed Marathi medium high schools in rural areas of Maharashtra State. This application proves itself on various e Governance parameters like performance, verification, process standardization, documentation, fair & transparent process of evaluation, etc. without the influence of political pressure or corruption.
‘Odisha Online’ project is implemented by OeSL for strengthening the Government’s intention of providing Right to Public Service. Odisha Online (www.odishaonline.gov.in) is a digital gateway for the State Government to offer multiple services through a single window to its citizens. The Project approved by Government in IT Department is managed by OeSL on a PPP mode through its Technical Partner IL&FS Technologies Ltd.
Trackchild portal is dedicated to the cause of tracking Missing and vulnerable Children. This portal holds the database of children, who are staying at different Child Care Institute (CCI). It tracks the progress of children of every CCI in the country. It also aims to track down every missing child of this country.
Power sector is an infrastructural sector and the availability of power is an important determinant for economic growth of an area. The generation of power and transmission and distribution of power generated to its end users is the major activity of the Power department. The department has to make a lot of interactions with the public as well as the government both being the consumers of electricity. The department has to provide better and transparent services to the citizen who comes for various purposes like, applying for a new service connection/ reconnection, terminating a connection, registering a complaint, paying the Energy charges etc. The consumers may be provided with detailed information about all his interactions with department. Lakshadweep Electricity Department generates and distributes electricity to consumers round the clock in the entire Lakshadweep Islands. Functions of the Department: Generation, transmission and distribution of electricity in all Islands Internal electrification of Govt. buildings Implementation of Non Conventional Energy Source Projects POWERLAC is a digitally integrated Consumer Management System from the very initial point of a request for a Service Connection, It’s processing, Establishment of connection, Meter Establishment and Management of different meter states, Consumer fault reporting to its redressing, Billing of all types of consumers, Defaulter management, Defaulter Disconnection & Reconnection, Permanent Disconnection, Consumer Deactivation, Delivery of services to the Consumer doorsteps, systemizing of all integral and allied procedures and empowering the employee with real-time information and hassle-free execution mechanism for effective consumer redressing over the web-based Client Server Architecture with e-mail and SMS services integrated. In the geographically dispersed territory of Lakshadweep, the value of such an online solution and MIS is enormous.