This section provides important documents related to projects, services provided by National Informatics Centre.

  • Training on “Utilisation of IT Tools in Government" For Government Officers of North Eastern State
    • Description:

      Training on “Utilisation of IT Tools in Government" For Government Officers of North Eastern State

      Download:

      download
  • Electoral Rolls Management System of Jam
    • Description:

      The Electoral Rolls and EPIC management System (ERMS) is an online system implemented by NIC (in its capacity as SLA) for the Election Department of J&K. The online system has been formally launched on the occasion of National Voters Day 2013 (25th January). Alongside SMS services like knopw your polling stations, know your status in the voter list, know your BLO etc. were also launched. Some more initiatives in the pipeline are: Complete online services Elector Managment System Poll Day Monitoring System (SMS based) EVM Tracking and Randomization using a centralized database Public Grievance Monitoring GPS mapping of Polling Stations Web-casting of Election process

      Download:

      download
  • Annual Report 2010-2011
    • Description:

      Annual Report of NIC for the year 2010-2011

      Download:

      download
  • Annual Report 2009-2010
    • Description:

      Annual Report of NIC for the year 2009-2010

      Download:

      download
  • Virtual Class Room over National Knowledge Network
    • Description:

      Virtual Class Rooms are equipped with latest High definition multiple LCDs, multiple High definition cameras, high quality sound system using multiple type of mike systems, high definition projector, Document camera and other various automatic integration tools for making the live feel while using technology in education.

      Download:

      download
  • Content Framework
    • Description:

      National Portal of India’s vast content repository comprises of diverse content contributed by Government entities across the Country. It is imperative that these varied entities contribute the content in a standardized format so that consistency of the content on the National Portal of India is ensured. The primary objective of the Content Framework is to ensure that the contributors, belonging to any constituent of the Government at any level, contribute content in a pre-set standardized format through a Content Management System (CMS). This document is a perfect guide for all those who generate, package and contribute content for the Portal

      Download:

      download
  • E-Courts Mission mode Project
    • Description:

      The Cabinet Committee for Economic Affairs (CCEA) had, in its meeting dated 8-Feb, 2007, approved a project of computerization of the Indian Judiciary. The project was based on the National Policy and Action Plan for Implementation of information and communication technology (ICT) in the Indian Judiciary submitted by eCommittee (Supreme Court of India). The scope of the project, also called the eCourts project, included computerization of 14249 district and subordinate courts in 3069 court complexes and ICT upgradation of Supreme Court (SC) and High Courts for Rs. 935 Cr, to be completed by 2014. This project is also one of the Mission Mode Projects (MMP) under the National eGovernance Plan (NeGP).

      Download:

      download
  • Assurance Implementation Desk (AID)
    • Description:

      Assurance Implementation Desk (AID) is a web enabled system for the efficient distribution, follow-up and monitoring of assurances made in the State Legislative Assembly for the effective implementation of the assurances. The purpose of the automated solution is to ensure the effective and timely implementation of the assurances given by the concerned Minister on the floor of the Legislative Assembly. The main stakeholders of the system are Kerala Legislative Assembly, Parliamentary Affairs Department and other Government departments.

      Download:

      download
  • Guidelines for Indian Government Website
    • Description:

      Guidelines for Indian Government Websites have been developed by National Informatics Centre (NIC) and adopted by Department of Administrative reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG). Guidelines address the entire lifecycle of a website, web portal/application right from its conceptualization to design, development, maintenance and management.
  • e-Governance for Citizen Empowerment
    • Description:

      Document on e-Governance for Citizen Empowerment

      Download:

      download

Pages