|SCORE: e-Registration in Bihar (Land Revenue / Administration)|
|MeeSeva – Common Service Centre of Govt. of Andhra Pradesh|
|e-PASS – Online Scholarship Disbursement Scheme, Andhra Pradesh|
|Implementing e-Office at the District Level – The Case of North 24 Parganas Dist., West Bengal|
|APPSC – Online Processing of Applications, Andhra Pradesh|
|Janmitra Scheme of Madhya Pradesh|
CIPS has showcased E Pass- an online scholarship Management Portal of Andhra Pradesh during the three day Programme on innovations in Educational Administration at Gopabhandhu Academy of Administration on 4 – 6 September, 2014. Mr. Chakradhar from Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad made a very comprehensive presentation on various feature of E-Pass and its advantages on 4 September, 2014. This has generated an interest for replication in Odisha in the Department of School and Mass Education, Government of Odisha. This was followed by drafting a proposal for the state of Odisha by CGG and a detailed stakeholders meeting was also conducted in December 2014 for taking the initiative forward.
Government of Tripura has sought CIPS support in roll out of e-services in their state and requested to send a team from Andhra Pradesh to assist the officials of IT Department, Tripura in fulfilling the above objective since Andhra Pradesh is in the forefront in providing e-services to the people of the state. Accordingly a four member team from Andhra Pradesh visited (22nd – 28th September, 2013) Tripura at the request of the Chief Secretary, Dr. Sanjay Kumar Panda for assisting the Govt. of Tripura in roll out of e-services in the state and to share the AP model with the Department of IT, Tripura.
States covered under this study are
- Andhra Pradesh
- Jammu & Kashmir
- Madhya Pradesh
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CIPS in close with C-DAC is organizing a series of workshops all over the country to promote use of Free and Open Source Software (BOSS).
21st & 22nd December, 2012: CIPS in association with Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (an autonomous society under DeitY) and Government of Andhra Pradesh has organized this two day workshop for the Officials of Srikakulam, Vizianagarm, Visakhapatnam, East Godavari, West Godavari and Krishna Districts on 21st & 22nd December, 2012 at Visakhapatnam.
The workshop was conducted to sensitize there officials on the need to use BOSS software in place of Windows platform for bringing down costs.
Sri. R. Nagesh, Jt. Director C-DAC has explained the background of the activities of C-DAC and how it is involved in the development of BOSS software. The participants were given hands on experience on this software in a Computer Lab situated in the School of Distance Education, Andhra University.
Sri V.V.R. Sastry, E.D. Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT), New Delhi made a presentation on “National Optic Fibre Network” (NOFN) – an ambitious project of the Govt. of India to connect all the panchayat samithis with high speed Bandwidth.
The participants on the second day were again exposed to the hands on experience and a field visit to Parwada, one of the three blocks selected by the Govt. of India to test the Optical Fibre Network on trial basis, the other two being in Rajasthan and Tripura.
21st of February, 2013:
CIPS has conducted a One Day Workshop for the officers of Govt. of Bihar at Patna on egovernance initiatives in association with BIPARD, Bihar.
22nd & 23rd of February, 2013:
CIPS has organized Two-day Workshop on Open Source Software BOSS in Hyderabad in association with CDAC, GoI, Hyderabad for the District Officials in which 66 officers participated in the programme.
14th & 15th of March, 2013:
CIPS has organized a Two-day Workshop on Innovative Practices at Shillong, Meghalaya in association with Meghalaya Government. The workshop is conducted for the officers of Meghalaya Government on Innovative practices. The first day i.e., on 14th March, 2013, is exclusively for e-governance initiatives ie., BOSS & State Development Gateway.
In the wake of rollout of the National Optical Fiber Network, CIPS has conducted a Needs Assessment Study at Parwada Mandal, Visakhapatnam, in Andhra Pradesh where NoFN has been piloted. This study was undertaken by the students of IIT Madras. It throws light on enhanced service delivery in Education, Health, Rural Development, Payment Services and Certification Service etc. duly making use of Optical Fiber Connectivity.