Services

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Bhamashah

Bhamashah Yojana is a scheme introduced by the Government of Rajasthan to transfer financial and non-financial benefits of governmental schemes directly to recipients in a transparent way. The scheme was inaugurated by Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje on 15 August 2014. Bhamashah Yojana is a scheme introduced by the Government of Rajasthan to transfer financial and non-financial benefits of governmental schemes directly to beneficiary in a transparent way

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Apna Khata

Apnakhata (Rajasthan Bhu Abhilekh) is Rajasthan Government’s project which works under the Revenue Department of Rajasthan Ajmer. This project was started to provide Online Records of Rights (NAKAL) of Land Records of Rajasthan State. Authorized copy of Records of Rights (NAKAL) can be obtained from selected kiosks.

 
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Rajasthan Sampark

Government of Rajasthan is dedicated to bringing in transformation in the way of citizen centric governance in the state. For this, the government of Rajasthan has been continuously striving to bring in excellence in citizen service delivery by ensuring transparency and minimizing grievances. As an initiation to ensure proper service to the citizen, a project named “Rajasthan Sampark” has been implemented through Department of IT and Communications. The project paves the way for a common man to reach the departments of the State Government for their queries and concerns, with the help of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Interventions.

 
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Aadhaar

Unique identification project was initially conceived by the Planning Commission as an initiative that would provide identification for each resident across the country and would be used primarily as the basis for efficient delivery of welfare services. It would also act as a tool for effective monitoring of various programs and schemes of the Government. The initiative to issue an Aadhaar to every resident in India has, at its heart, an ambitious objective: to enable residents to identify themselves anytime anywhere. The Aadhaar platform helps service.

 
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Right to Information Act 2005

Right to Information Act 2005 mandates timely response to citizen requests for government information. It is an initiative taken by Department of Personnel and Training, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions to provide a– RTI  Portal Gateway to the citizens for quick search of information on the details of first Appellate Authorities, PIOs   etc. amongst others, besides access to RTI related information / disclosures published on the web by various Public Authorities under the government of India as well as the State Governments.

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e-Mitra

This is an initiative of Government of Rajasthan to provide citizen-centric services in an integrated form through service & information delivery points called as ‘e-Mitra’ centres / kiosks. e-Mitra Project integrates LokMitra and JanMitra initiatives (launched in 2002) under a single umbrella to bring together all the departments and give citizens of the State a “multi-service”- “single-window” experience.
Initiatives in the State providing similar services are Lok Mitra (Urban Areas) and Jan Mitra which have been brought under one umbrella – eMitra. E-Mitra is an ambitious E-governance initiative of Government of Rajasthan (GoR) which is being implemented in all 33 Districts of the state using Public-Private Partnership (PPP) model for convenience and transparency to citizens in availing various services of the Government and Private Sectors under a single roof at their doorsteps using an e- platform. The services are delivered via counters known as CSC (Common Service Center) kiosks in Rural Areas and e-Mitra kiosks in urban areas and also online via www.emitra.gov.in. Hence, these counters provide services related to various departments in an integrated and easily accessible manner to people residing in rural as well as urban areas without any need for running around in government offices. The project has been operational since 2005. Initially,  it was functioning through a Client Server based Application Software developed by Department of IT&C. In 2010, the old Client Server Application was migrated to Web-based on-line e-Mitra application across all the 33 districts. Recently, a new generic module has been added to e-Mitra portal which allows an end to end application and delivery of "Digitally Signed Certificates" such as Bonafide, Caste, Income, Solvency etc. This service was launched by Hon. CM, Shri Ashok Gehlot on 12.05.2011.

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Digital India

Digital India is a programme to transform India into digital empowered society and knowledge economy. The Digital India is transformational in nature and would ensure that Government services are available to citizens electronically. It would also bring in public accountability through mandated delivery of government’s services electronically, a Unique ID and e-Pramaan based on authentic and standard based interoperable and integrated government applications and data basis. The programme will be implemented in phases from the current year till 2018.

Vision Areas

The vision is centred on three key areas

  1. Digital infrastructure as Utility to Every Citizen
  2. Governance and services on demand
  3. Digital empowerment of citizens

Digital Infrastructure as Utility to Every Citizen

  • Availability of high speed internet as a core utility for delivery of services to citizens.
  • Cradle to grave digital identity that is unique, lifelong, online and authenticable to every citizen.
  • Mobile phone and Bank account enabling citizen participation in digital and financial space.
  • Easy access to a Common Service Centre.
  • Shareable private space on a public Cloud.
  • Safe and secure Cyber-space.

Governance and Services on Demand

  • Seamlessly integrated across departments or jurisdictions.
  • Services availability in real time from online and mobile platforms.
  • All citizen entitlements to be available on the Cloud to ensure easy access.
  • Government services digitally transformed for improving Ease of Doing Business.
  • Making financial transactions above a threshold, electronic and cashless.
  • Leveraging GIS for decision support systems and development.

Digital Empowerment of Citizens:

  • Universal digital literacy.
  • All digital resources universally accessible.
  • All Government documents/ certificates to be available on the Cloud.
  • Availability of digital resources / services in Indian languages.
  • Collaborative digital platforms for participative governance.
  • Portability of all entitlements for individuals through the Cloud.

Scope of Digital India

The overall scope of this programme is

  1. To prepare India for a knowledge future.
  2. On being transformative that is to realize IT (Indian Talent) + IT (Information Technology) = IT (India Tomorrow).
  3. Making technology central to enabling change.
  4. On being an Umbrella Programme – covering many departments.
    • The programme weaves together a large number of ideas and thoughts into a single, comprehensive vision, so that each of them is seen as part of a larger goal. Each individual element stands on its own, but is also part of the larger picture.
    • The weaving together makes the Mission transformative in totality.
  5. The Digital India Programme will pull together many existing schemes which would be restructured and re-focused and implemented in a synchronized manner. The common branding of the programmes as Digital India, highlights their transformative impact.

Nine pillars of Digital India

Digital India aims to provide the much needed thrust to the nine pillars of growth areas, namely

  1. Broadband Highways
  2. Universal Access to Mobile Connectivity
  3. Public Internet Access Programme
  4. e-Governance: Reforming Government through Technology
  5. e-Kranti - Electronic Delivery of Services
  6. Information for All
  7. Electronics Manufacturing
  8. IT for Jobs
  9. Early Harvest Programmes
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