E-GOVERNANCE

Presented by: Gopal Krishan Vikalp Chaudhary Diwakar Chakraborty Debashish Chakraborty Neelesh

WHAT IS IT???

A network of organizations to include government, nonprofit, and private-sector entities

STANDARDS

Increased Adaptability & Flexibility Interoperability Data Preservation Reduction of vendor lock-in Emphasis on Integration in a nonproprietary form ³Platform-Independent´ modelling approach

Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) Central
Industry Initiative * Banking * Insurance
Emplmt. Exchange

State
Agriculture

Income Tax

Integrated
E Procurement Police E-Office e-BIZ Land Records

Central Excise

Pensions

EDI Transport Registration E Courts India Portal

Passports/Visa & Immigration

EG Gateway

Common Service Centres

Treasuries

Municipalities Commercial Taxes

Gram Panchayats

MCA21 National ID

by National Informatics Center, Hyderabad ‡Online computerization for its DTO, STO and Pay and Accounts Offices ‡Functions of Treasury: ‡Treasury Functions ‡Accounting Functions
‡Entry

‡Initiative

E-KHAZANA

level validation for Budget ‡Pre-audit rules for audit level ‡Issue of cheque/pass order for passing level

Honoring the claims against government ‡Accept receipts ‡Rendering of daily and monthly accounts ‡Supplying stamps to sub-registrars in districts ‡Preparation of budget estimates
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Financial Department
Receipt and Expenditure Information System (REINS)

DTA (Director of Treasury & Accounts) Hyderabad Daily Information through Electronic transfer (DIFT)

DTO (23 Offices)
Computerized Treasury Accounting System (CTAS)

PEN 9

GPF Class IV Application

STO (300 Offices)
CTAS
Pension Application Release 9 (PEN9)

Context Diagrams:
Bill

DDO/Party
Cheque/pass order

Treasury/ PAO

Daily/Monthly accounts

DTA
Budget Authorization

System-level context diagrams

PAO Works and projects Banks

Monthly consolidation of all the vouchers Reconciliation of paid & unpaid Cheques Payment List Bank Scrolls

DTO
Functions

Accountant General (reconciliation)
Monthly Reconciliations Budget Authorizations

Budget allocation details

STO

Daily Expenditure & Receipt Pension & GPF details

Budget Allocation details
Expenditure & Receipt details

DTA

‡3-tier architecture ‡Hyper text Pre-processor server pages, HTML and JavaScript ‡Back-end is postgreSQL 7.3
PHP server pages as front end application

Apache/ Postgres 7.3 on RedHat Linux 7.2

IE/Netscape client

IE/Netscape client

E SEVA ±AN INITIATIVE OF GOVT. OF AP

ABOUT E-SEVA.
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One stop venue for services of various state and central government departments. The project E-Seva was launched in Banjara hills, Hyderabad in December 1999. The project renders services to the citizen through integrated citizen service centres(ICSCs) and through internet i.e. www.esevaonline.com It provides citizen friendly services to save citizen from the trouble of running around various departments

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SALIENT FEATURES OF E-SEVA.
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e-seva centers (with 400 plus service counters). service at any centre at any counter in the city.

Any All

service counters are facilitated with an electronic queuing system. provides all real time online transactions. for over 66 G2C and B2C services.

It

³One-stop-shop´ Operating

8 am to 8 pm on all working days and 9am to 3pm on(Second Saturdays and Sundays). can be made by cash/cheque/DD/credit card/internet.

Payment

E-SEVA¶S IMPLEMENTATION MODEL

Services Provided by E-Seva
Payment

Services Proposed to be Provided by E-Seva
Railway

of utility bills. like electricity, telephone, water, property tax, etc. Registration and issue of birth and death certificates G2C services like issue and renewal of trade licenses. Other services like sale of passport form, EAMCET application form, etc.

reservation Sale of movie tickets Online reservation of Darshan Tickets of Lord Venkateshwara at Tirumala. Airline ticket reservation Issue of state bus passes Life insurance premium payment.

COMPUTERIZATION IN ANDHRA PRADESH STATE TRADING CORPORATION(APSTC)

INTRODUCTION
The Operations of APSTC have been computerized by National Informatics Center. The activity comprised hardware procurement, installation, network installation, system study and analysis and training users.

EXISTING SYSTEM 

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APSTC cargo terminal complex has four section. Import Godown Export Godown Unaccompanied Baggage Account Section The two primary function of This terminal Act as a custodian off imports Handling of export cargo.

DATA FLOW OF THE PROCESS
Cargo Imports Cargo Exports UB

A P S T C

Import Godown

Export Godown

UB Godown

Customs

Accounts

Consignee

Airlines

Consignee

Import Godown Acceptance of Cargo

Updation of Master Register

Note: One record per each Airway bill entry The total packages and weight will Note: in IGM. Summation of total packages, and per each house in case of consolidated be weight received should tally with the total cargo packages and total weight in the IGM. and for each Airway bill in case of unconsolidated cargo.

Gate Pass Reports: 1. Acknowledgement to airlines 2. Gate pass to consignee 3. Inner godown transfer proforma

Note : On the entry of the BE No. and Date, the following Will be displayed by the system for that bill of entry

Account Section Reports: 1. Bank challan 2. Receipt cum Bill

Note : The following will be displayed by the system

Security 1. User name of (only) the person who entered the data should me maintained by the system 2. Deleting data not be allowed 3. Modification of data by Managers only 4. Retention of old challan No.

Manager

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