Description of the product/project:
The NISANI card is a multi-purpose card which would replace the 10 types of card like blood group, religion, caste, date of birth, education, eye donor, driving, arms, employer, disability, gender, own home and of course citizenship electoral role, death, birth registration and so on.

NISANI also cares for the eye and body color index to make the identity code. The card is supposed to be renewed after three year or in case of theft, loss may be requested for new card. The card is also bearing the previous card number and mother’s name, father’s name, telephone number and pin code, assembly, parliament code, state code.

All the information is compressed into 20 digits only. This is a multi purpose National Identity Card. The card bears the photo, thumb Impression, signature and a unique 20 digit code.

This is a unique information directory about census, disability, education, election, planning, eligibility certificate, internal passport etc.
ProducerNational Informatics Center, Mirzapur Rajendra Prasad
StateUttar Pradesh
Platform of ProductOffline
Title in EnglishNational Identity Card
Language of Product English

Trivandrum City Police Portal

Description of the product/project
The Trivandrum City Police Community Interaction portal helps Trivandrum’s police to serve the public in a manner that is transparent, efficient and friendly. The first of its kind in India, it allows the citizens to directly interact with the police and engage in discussions with other citizens and over local issues through online forums. The portal’s backend is an intranet for automating the work-flow within the police department. Within this intranet, a police official can track the flow of documents, including those from citizens, monitor the progress of events of various types, share internal documents and conduct discussions.

Indian Institute of Information Technology and Management, Kerala
Trivandrum City Police
Venkatesh Choppella
K. R. Srivathsan
Rajan Singh

STATE Kerala
Platform of ProductOnline
Title in EnglishTrivandrum City Police Portal for Community Inetaction
Language of ProductEnglish


Description of the product/project
An e-governance model to globalize the Indian Agriculture. State-of-the-art implementation of Internet and intranet solutions for dissemination of information, effective information exchange, knowledge sharing and support amongst the offices across the country. Development of various specific applications for better decision support at the Directorates and a systematic approach to educate officials under the IT empowerment component.
National Informatics Centre

STATENew Delhi
Platform of ProductBroadband/Online
Title in Englishe-Governance infrastructure for globalization of Indian Agriculture
Language of ProductEnglish


Description of the product/project
SWAGAT is designed for “resolving” long pending grievances of citizen at large, irrespective of social/economical background of the applicant. SWAGAT provides applicant to avail “one point access” to all decision makers in the state administration. Anyone with a grievance has the opportunity to be considered under the scheme. Government is considering opening 4 centres (in addition to CM’s secretariat) to enable people from near by area to deposit their grievance. This will enhance chances & probability to access SWAGAT scheme by the poor who cannot afford expenses for coming to Capital on SWAGAT day. Applicants can come & participate in the program through Video Conferencing facility at regional centre.

PRODUCER Gujarat Informatics Ltd
Narendra Modi
A K Sharma, IAS
Narendra Gamit,
Rajnish Mahajan,
Rajesh Kishore,
J.N. Singh
Neeta Shah

Platform of ProductBroadband/Online
Title in EnglishSWAGAT
Language of ProductEnglish

e- Vikas

Description of the product/project
eVikas is a nodal touch screen based Government to Citizen (G2C) project which provides an interactive platform about various rural development schemes/programmes being implemented by the District Rural Development Agency. This project has been developed by District Administration Una with a view to bring the entire spectrum of rural development programmes and projects being implemented in district under a common ambit of information technology based Government to Citizen (G2C) interface. There is a wide range of programmes for development of rural areas and substantial financial resources are channelized through these schemes to cater to the objective of rural infrastructure creation and productivity augmentation. A need was felt to bring the outlays and outcomes of these programmes closer to public by designing an information-technology-development oriented forum to provide a public access to the output of these Rural Development Programmes.
PRODUCERDistrict Administration, Una
Rajneesh Kumar
Balbir Badalia
Dharmesh Sharma
Sanjeev Kumar
R.K. Bhardawaj

CONTACTuna@hp.nic.inPlatform of Product
Title in English
eVikas-Government-to-Citizen Interface

Title in Original LanguageeVikas-Government-to-Citizen Interface
Language of Product


Description of the product/project
Launched on June 17, 2002, eCOPS stands for “e-Computerised Operations for Police Services.” It is conceptualized to computerize the total policing by utilizing State of Art technology which is catapulting the AP Police into speedy processing, increased efficiency, transparent policing and better interaction with the Citizen of Andhra Pradesh.

The focus of eCOPS is to computerize the activities of controlling Crime, Administration and Support Services across the State in an integrated fashion so as to enable the Division Heads and Senior Officers to obtain information that may not have been previously or easily accessible to them.

Through eCOPS, complaint can be registered by a Citizen at a Police Station which is convenient and comfortable to him without the problem of Jurisdictional limits. This is a boon for weaker sections, minorities and women victims, as they can register their complaint at a Police Station of their choice comfortably (woman victim can choose to register at all women Police station or with a responsible Officer above the rank of Inspector of Police). Such cases are automatically transferred without human interference to the appropriate Police Station under whose jurisdiction the actual Crime has taken place, making a reality that the nearest Police Station can be chosen by the Citizen.

Andhra Pradesh Police
S.V. Ramana Murthy, IPS

STATEAndhra Pradesh
Platform of Product

Title in English
e-Computerised Operations for Police Services

Language of Product

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