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  • Network Operation Centre at NIC Maharashtra State Centre, Mumbai As part of National E-governance program and with a view to meet the increasing requirements of National Level and State level Citizen oriented Computerised services, NIC Maharashtra Centre has set up a Storage Area Network & Secured Computer Communication Network. This Centre provides computer and communication services to the departments of State Government and Central Government on 24x7 basis. This network is connected to 35 NIC District Centres in Maharashtra. NIC District Centres are providing computer and communication services to the District Administration Offices.

    NKN Point of presence is also setup at NIC Belapur Centre at Navi Mumbai to provide institutional level network connectivity.

  • Web Services:

    NIC Maharashtra State Centre provides web services such as Domain Name Registration and Web Hosting. Some of the department websites are developed by NIC and some are developed by third party, which is arranged for hosting on NIC Staging Server. After content uploading, the sites are submitted to Security Audit. On clearance from Security division, the site is made online. The total coordination between Security Audit Division and the user department is done by Web Services division of Maharashtra State Centre till the site is made online. VPN Services over NICNET are also provided to users for securely updating web sites hosted in National data centre.

  • Video Conferencing:

    VC services are provided at Chief Minister Residence Office and Chief Secretary Office at Mantralaya. Video Conferencing facility is also available at all District Informatics Centre

  • E-mail:

    Web based e-mail (NIC E-mail) is provided to Ministers, Secretaries and Government Departments.

  • Digital Signature Certificate (DSC): Coordination for Key pair generation and downloading DSC for Maharashtra State Officials and NIC Officials is done at NIC State Centre Mumbai. (http://nicca.nic.in).

11th Floor, New Administrative Building,Mantralaya, Madam Cama Road,Mumbai
022-22046934
siomsu[at]nic[dot]in
http://www.maharashtra.nic.in

Maharashtra receives The National E-Governance Award 2008-2009 (Best Government Web Site category) Awards

Maharashtra has been conferred with the prestigious The National E-Governance Award 2008-2009 (Best Government Web Site category) award by the

Department of Administrative Reforms, Government of India

for the year 2009. The award was given in the category - National, for the project , developed by Maharashtra.

The team members involved in the projects were:

D C Misra, STD
Ms. Rama Hariharan, TD
Ms. Anjali, TD
Rajiv Goel, PSA
S P Nautiyal, PSA
Adesh Gupta, SSA
N P Sreejith, Scientific Officer SB

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Maharashtra receives Skoch Digital Inclusion Award for Technology in Minorities and Weaker Section Development Awards

Maharashtra has been conferred with the prestigious Skoch Digital Inclusion Award for Technology in Minorities and Weaker Section Development award by the

Skoch Digital Inclusion Award

for the year 2011. The award was given in the category - National, for the project , developed by Maharashtra.

The team members involved in the projects were:

Chanana A K, Sr. Technical Director & HoD
NIC - Planning Commission Unit
Mrs. Mini Malik, Technical Director
NIC - Planning Commission Unit

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Maharashtra receives CSI, Nihilent e-Governance Awards 2012 for Nanded District Awards

Maharashtra has been conferred with the prestigious CSI, Nihilent e-Governance Awards 2012 for Nanded District award by the

Computer Society of India

for the year 2011. The award was given in the category - National, for the project Websites of Districts of Maharashtra, developed by Maharashtra.

The team members involved in the projects were:

DIO NIC District Centre Nanded
District Collector Nanded
SIO NIC Maharashtra

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All state bound projects of NIC are listed here, please click on the state to view the related projects.
  • Treasury Net Version 2.0 – Finance Department Government of Maharashtra
    • Treasury Net is a Web Based System which caters to the accounting system and covers the pre-payment and post payment processes carried out in the treasuries. The accounts are mainly bifurcated as Payment and Receipt accounts. The system describes the workflow of the bill/bills submitted by the DDO on behalf of the state government for the expenditure incurred on various government schemes, in the treasury system and then the posting of the expenditure towards the bills. It also takes care of the receipt received by the state government by various sources i.e. sales tax. Locations Implemented - 33 Treasuries (District )and 1 Pay and Accounts Office Mumbai Implemented Since November 2007

      Contact Details

      Mrs P P Joag
      joag[dot]mah[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

      020-25610000
  • GIS-Geographical Information System for Maharashtra
    • The atlas of Maharashtra is implemented using the GIS applicaiton of NIC HQ.

      Contact Details

      -
      siomsu[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

  • SRC-Pune (Web Portal for State Resource Centre, Pune )
    • Web Portal for State Resource Centre, Pune. This web portal provides information on Training, Books published by SRC, Audio Visual Material, E-Learning, Research & Findings, Tenders, Meetings etc.

      Contact Details

      Dr. (Mrs) Swati Sardesai
      swati.sardesai[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

      020-25610000
  • eMojani – Computerisation of Land Measurement cases in Maharashtra
    • eMojani module computerizes the back office workflow of Land Measurement cases being handled by Deputy superintendent of Land Record (DySLR) & City Survey Officer (CTSO) in state of Maharashtra. The module is web based and hosted on State Data Centre (SDC) of Maharashtra in Mumbai. Citizens visit these offices to apply for getting their land measured. The application is entered by office staff online using eMojani. The software calculates required fees and generates the Treasury Challan (for fees more than Rs 3000/-) and Receipt of cash (for fees less than or equal to Rs.3000). Printout of the same is given to the citizen along with acknowledgement of application. A measurement case is created and a measurement number is auto generated and used as unique identification of the case.

      The challan for fees more than Rs 3000/- has to be paid at Treasury Office. After the fee is paid, the Citizen presents the challan at the office. The operator accepts the challan and allocates the cases to Measurement Surveyors of the department. The system decides from among the available surveyors based on Priority of cases, type of measurement etc. A work order is generated by the system containing Name of the Surveyor, Mobile Number, Date of Measurement etc. Copy of the same is given to the citizen.

      The land measurement takes place on the scheduled date (except in cases for some unforeseen reasons) and the measurement report is submitted to the originating office for further processing. Finally, the Measurement Certificate is issued to citizen depicting all details.

      This software has been implemented throughout the state. Department has stopped the manual maintenance of measurement registers (part of back office work flow). Also manual calculation of fee and assigning cases to individual surveyor has been stopped. This application has been awarded with the “eGovernance Public Jury Award by the State Government” for the year 2012 & SKOCH award of excellence for eGovernance in 2013.

      Contact Details


      dlrmah[dot]mah[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

      020-26050006, 020-26050008
  • SIMNIC-Status Information Management System
    • SIMNIC is a data collection and compilation web application that generates the data entry screens on the fly as per the format design. It addresses the need of status information compilation formats prepared and circulated now and then in the Government for its various projects /schemes for effective decision making. SIMNIC also ensures easy and timely submission of data from line departments, concurrency, compilation, consolidation etc. SIMNIC enables data collection in all major language scripts of India, using Unicode. This web based application is available at URL http://mahasim.nic.in.

      Contact Details

      -
      siomsu[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

      9.12E+11
  • Horticulture Census Online
    • It is Computerization Project for Department of Agriculture, Maharashtra and a web-based solution facilitating the availability of horticulture Census 2011-2012 Database for Maharashtra State. OBJECTIVES • To prepare 2011-2012 Horticulture Census Database for Maharashtra • To disseminate reliable horticulture crops information in a faster manner • To publish ONLINE reports & queries for village, tehsil, district wise data within the State for fruit crops ,vegetable crops ,medicinal plants ,spices & condiments plants, Medicine & Aromatic plants • To provide reliable information which can be useful for planning & policy making purposes and also for researchers and academicians to carry out research and studies • Greater integration and use of the data captured village wise and Farmer wise. FEATURES • Intuitive and User-friendly Graphical User Interface (GUI) • Data Entry based on natural flow of farmer wise data available in schedules • Facilitates online data entry, verification and approval of entered data • Ensures data validation and online correction of data • Generates different Reports and statistical results to support better planning • Query module supports to build customized query for any particular district, tehsil, village to obtain data information for any particular crop type e.g. Fruit crops, vegetable crops, floriculture plants etc. • The statistical data can be viewed in the form of bar and pie charts for better perception

      Contact Details

      Dr. (Mrs) Swati Sardesai
      swati.sardesai[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

      020-25610000
  • Indian Ocean Memorandum of Understanding (IOMOU)
    • NIC, SDU Pune has successfully developed and implemented ‘Indian Ocean Computerized Information System’ (IOCIS) for ‘Indian Ocean Memorandum of Understanding’ (IOMOU). This is web-based application hosted on NIC, Delhi web server. It provides online data gathering (ship details & inspection details etc.) & information publication (standard & Statistical Reports). URL of the system is http://www.iomou.nic.in . 18 member countries of IOMOU are using the system since last six years. NIC Pune is also continuing to provide technical support to the project and take up any major enhancements as per requests from IOMOU secretariat from time to time. The project is being executed through NICSI using hired manpower. The system is developed in PHP, using MySQL database, Apache Server on Linux platform. Indian Ocean Memorandum of Understanding (IOMOU) Port State Control (PSC) is the process by which nation exercise authority over foreign vessels when those vessels are in water subject to its jurisdiction. IOMOU on Port state control is controlled by IOMOU Secretariat (IOMOUS). Members of IOMOUS are the National Maritime Authorities of 16 Countries (Australia, Bangladesh, Comoros, Eritrea, France, India, Iran, Kenya, Maldives, Mauritius, Oman, Sudan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania and Yemen). The secretariat office of IOMOUS is at Goa (India). Main functions of the PSC are • Verify whether foreign flagged vessels operating in waters of State comply with the international conventions. • The inspection of the foreign vessel is carried out by the surveyors (Port State Control Officers –PSCO) of field authority on national ports of respective countries. • The clearance/ detention notices are given to the master of ship. • All field Authorities send information of PSC to National Authority • National Authority in turn gives information to IOMOU, Secretariat IOCIS main Features/functions IOCIS is workflow-based system used by PSCOs at field level, NA at national level and IOMOUS at Secretary level. Ship inspections, follow-up actions are directly recorded by PSCOs using the system and forwarded to NA, who in turn verifies the information. Once verified, the information is immediately available on the public web site. a) The Web site contains: - History, MOU, Secretariat, What is PSC, Addresses PSC, Inspection Data search, Annual Report, Restricted Access (IOCIS document Access), Related Links (other MOUs and organizations), Code of Good Practice, Detention Review Panel, ‘Ships on Watch List’ Guidelines & Format, Feedback, Sitemap, Help, What’s NEW? etc b) Main Modules of IOCIS are as follows: 1. Master Database and Checklist 2. Inspection Details entry & Reports - Inspection report (Form A) (Certificates inspection) - Inspection report (Form B) (Deficiencies inspection) - Detention and release note 3. Concentrated Inspection Campaign (CIC) - CIC Masters creation and management - CIC Inspection Reporting - CIC reports and Work Management 4. User Management: - User creation and Management, IOCIS and APCIS User Log Report etc 5. Inspection Data search: - Ship Inspection Data Search based on various parameters - APCIS Inspection Data Search - Equasis Inspection Data Search 6. Inspections data archival 7. Static data administration 8. LRF ship data management 9. Target Factor 10. Standard reports, Statistical reports, Graphical reports with various parameters. 11. Queries: - database based mailing system - Integrated with application 12. Bulletin Board: - For exchange views on posted topics 13. Help: - Help according to user login 14. Data transfer using XML: - data transfer with other MOUs. In Feb 2012, new Harmonized coding System has been implemented in the IOCIS.

      Contact Details

      Shri R R Rane
      rr.rane[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

      020-25610000
  • Rojgar Mitra and Rojgar Wahini - The computerization of the Employment Exchanges Offices for State Govt. of Maharashtra.
    • The RojgarMitra, a client-server software and the web portal Rojgar Wahini has been developed for the Directorate of Employment and Self Employment (DE&SE) of State govt. of Maharashtra by the National Informatics Centre, Pune. Rojgar Mitra software is deployed at all the District Employment Exchanges while Rojgar Wahini is hosted on the Central Server on State Data Centre to provide access to the centrally accumulated data.

      Contact Details

      Dr. (Mrs) Swati Sardesai
      swati.sardesai[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

      020-25610000
  • Budget Distribution and Expenditure Monitoring System (BEAMS)
    • Budget Distribution and Expenditure Authorization and monitoring system (BEAMS) is a Web Based System which allows the budgetary grants to be distributed instantaneously throughout the state and also permits specifying and enforcing monthly cash flows by each spending entity. Further the system facilitates the department to electronically approve expenditure against budgetary grants and allows electronic submission of approvals to treasury. This has also replaced the LOC system for direct cheque drawing officers. Around 15000 DDO use this system from all the places in Maharashtra.

      Contact Details

      Mrs P P Joag
      joag[dot]mah[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

  • Sevaarth – Integrated package of Personnel Information, Service Book and Salary Management System.
    • Sevaarth is a comprehensive Web application developed for Govt. of Maharashtra which caters to the Establishment and Pay related needs of all the Offices. The system provides a facility for generation of Paybills online by considering monthly changes like Increments, promotions, transfers, leaves, loans and any pay related data. MeghEIS – Sevaarth has been customized and implemented for State Govt. of Meghalaya. ChdEIS – Sevaarth has been customized and implemented for Chandigarh (UT).

      Contact Details

      Dr. (Mrs) Swati Sardesai
      swati.sardesai[at]nic[dot]in
      Maharashtra

      020-25610000

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