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Status of MMPs

CENTRAL MISSON MODE PROJECTS 

  1. The data pertaining to use of Registration and Returns modules in Automation of Central Excise (ACES) are as under:
  1. Number  of Central Excise Registration Applications filed: 1,90,676   (1.91 lakh)
  2. Number of Central Excise Returns filed: 79,17,669  (79.18 lakh)
  3. Number of Service Tax Registration Applications filed: 18,48,624  (18.49 lakh)
  4. Number of Service Tax Returns filed: 79,17,669  (79.18 lakh)
  5. Number of Claims and Intimations: 4,89,510    (4.90 lakh)
  6. Number of Refund Claims filed in ACES: 4,89,510    (4.90 lakh)
  7. Number of e-Challans for Payment of Taxes: 4,95,39,053 (4.95 Crore)
  8. Approx 29.09 lakh Registered assesses and approx. 24,000 Departmental officers are covered by these services.
  9. New proposals that are announced in the Budget 2015& 2016 are implemented  like: Two-day registration in case of all Central Excise and Service Tax assesssees; Simplified registration procedure for Jewellery manufacturers; Introduction of new levy namely Swachh Bharat Cess under Service tax and Infrastructure Cess under Central Excise

Approved Budget for the Financial year 2015-2016:

Rs. 5,18,34,000/-

Expenditure for the Financial year 2015-2016 (till 31.03.2016)

Rs. 3,00,75,366/-

Total Expenditure incurred till 31.03.2016

Rs.18.60 Crore

  • DAR&PG is required to regularly monitor the implementation of the e-Office projects on a regular basis. It had organized a Workshop on 24.09.2015 with the intention to sensitize, the Indian Administrative Service Officers of the 2013 Batch, who have been recently deputed to the Central Ministries/Departments as Assistant Secretaries on deputation basis, can play a pivotal role for initiating faster implementation of the e-Office. The Officials of all the Central Ministries/Departments were also invited for the workshop. The workshop was inaugurated by MOS (PP).
  • Ministry of Panchayati Raj has move to 100% e-Office Platform. Ministry of Rural Development is on 80% e-Office platform and MSME is on 50% e-Office Platform. DAR&PG is reaching near 50% level. It has been targeted that from 6th June, 2016 the office will become in terms of e-Office. Some of the Ministries/Departments have on their own have taken action for implementation of e-Office without the assistance of NIC/NICSI for example Ministry of Railways. The latest position on status of implementation of e-Office is available with the NIC.
  • Recently the MOS (PP) has written to all the Union Ministers requesting them that their offices under the Ministry should be move onto e-Office Mode in the earliest possible manner.
  • Fresh review of the implementation of e-Office at Secretary (AR&PG) will be organized shortly.
  • During 2016-17 an amount of Rs.1.00 crore has only been provided to DAR&PG for implementation of e-Office.
  • During the FY 2013-14, a total of 2,96,03,228 e-returns were filed.
  • During the FY 2014-15, 1,58,60,870 e-Returns were received till 31.08.2014.
  • Refunds issued till 31st August2014 under Refund Banker Scheme are as follows - Number of ECS-based refunds was 1,85,08,722 corresponding to Rs.68,563.04 Cr.
  • Installation/ upgradation of computer system at all Immigration Check Posts (ICPs) completed.
  • ICP software having 7 modules installed at all 81 ICPs.
  • Networking of 81 ICPs with Central Foreigner Bureau (CFB) has been completed.
  • Installation of PRMs, QDX machines, Web Cameras & CCTV for Immigration requirements is completed.
  • The Centralized APIS has been implemented at all Airports.
  • Online submission of Visa application module has been implemented at 155 missions. Biometric enrolment has been implemented at 59 Missions.
  • FRRO Registration module implemented at 13 FRROs, 375 FROs & 13 State Home Departments, 7 PHQs and 6 ICPs.
  • C-Form & S-Form modules have been implemented in 13 FRROs and 375 FROs.
  • Integration of ICS Software with Visa Module has been implemented.
  • Centralized LOC module has been implemented. xi. Immigration Support Centre & Visa Support Centre has become functional.
  • D/E Cards for Outgoing foreigner and incoming Indians has been removed. For outgoing Indians and incoming foreigner’s size of D/E card has been reduced. Scanning of D/E card at counter has been started.
  • In successful operation after transition from one service provider to current service provider.
  • Over 51 lakh total filings have been received during FY2013-14.Out of these, Annual Returns and Balance Sheets count was 11 lakh.
  • The system has been geared to take up to approximately 2.25 lakh filings per day for the peak filing period (FY 2014-15). Till 15th November 2014, approximately 40 lakh total filings have been received and out of these approximately 9 lakh were Annual Returns and Balance Sheets. Total 35,076 new companies were registered with MCA in the same period.
  • 77 Passport SevaKendras (PSKs) and 11 Passport SevaLaghuKendras (PSLKs) have been operationalised across the Country under the Scheme ii. A 24*7, National Call Center is operating in 17 Regional languages
  • Citizens are also kept informed through email, free SMS and Premium SMS based services
  • Data Migration (Incremental Data) from Legacy System (PISON), to PRIDE (New Central Database under Passport Seva System) has been completed. The Indian Missions/Posts are still under legacy system and their incremental data is migrated into PRIDE as and when received from them.
  • A 24*7 helpdesk support is available for any technical assistance regarding PRIDE.
  • Over 120 Million records are now available as part of passport database (PRIDE).
  • Online provision for Grievance handling related to Passport Services
  • On-line payment facility for paying application fee related to Passport Services is available to applicants
  • Police Authorities are given on-line access upto District HQO for downloading and uploading of PVRs
  • Facility for applicants to apply online for Official/Diplomatic Passports
  • As on 31st March 2016, more than 3.43 Crore+ Passports related services have been rendered through Passport Seva, since its inception
  • 105+ Lakhs Passport related services were rendered in the calendar year 2015
  • 2 Crore+ online hits/day
  • Availability of Passport Seva System > 99.9%
  • mPassportSeva App is available for smart phone users working in Android, Windows, iOS and Blackberry platform.
  • 123 Passport Seva remote Camps have been organized in Calendar year 2015
  • 401 week end Passport Melas have been organized in Calendar year 2015
  • Channelization of more than 1 Lakh Common Service Centers for application submission by Passport Applicants is under implementation.
  • Passport Services e-Transactions are now available under eTaal portal of Government of India.
  • Integration of PSP with Aadhaar completed in August 2015.
102 Crore enrolments have been done across the country till June, 2016.
Banking and Insurance Mission Mode projects are industry driven and Financial Inclusion MMP has been taken out of Mission Mode Projects as its part of Pradhan Mantri Jan-DhanYojna (PMJDY).
It is an industry initiative.
  • Rural ICT – Hardware: - Work awarded
  • Data Centre Facility (DCF) & Disaster Recovery Centre (DRC): Primary Data Centre operational. The DRC work in progress.
  • Core System Integrator: Installation & commissioning of Central Hardware – completed a. Financial Services System - Pilot roll out of CBS and PLI- Completed at 124 and 220 locations respectively. Additionally, CBS Roll out completed at 680 locations and PLI roll out completed at 3500 locations. ATM installed and commissioned at 4 locations.
  • Network Integrator: a. Data centre network and security has been completed. b. 25000+ sites have already been migrated to DoP WAN network.
  •  Mail Operations Hardware: a. As a result of the second RFP, Letter of Intent (LoI) was issued to HCL b. HCL expressed their inability to sign the Contract & annulment of LoI issued
  • Change Management Vendor: CBS and PLI training started at pilot locations.
  • Portal launched on 30th March 2007.
  • Training imparted to officials of Ministries/Departments in regards to operation of Centralised Pension grievance and Monitoring System (CPENGRAMS)
  • 43 Pensioners’ Associations across the country identified to be associated with the implementation of ‘Pensioners Portal’. Efforts are on to identify 7 more Pensioners associations.
  • Revised pension calculator according to DOPPW OM dated 28.01.2013 regarding revision of pension of pre-2006 pensioners, has been developed and available on the website.
  • Awareness programme on pensioners portal held in 17 outstation locations in 16 states – the last being at Ahmadabad on 18/10/2015. vi. Training program on pension related matters held – the last being on at 21/09/2015 at ISTM for 73 participants from 43 Ministries/Departments Hon’ble MOS(PP) inaugurated this programme.
  • Assessment form, Pending Grievance form, return back cases form and case report form has been updated as per the requirements. viii. User registration in Discussion Forum is in progress. It is proposed that SMS on various updated information will be sent to the registered users of the forum.
  • A Software (Bhavishya) available at “Bhavishya.nic.in” started for providing online tracking of pension and other retirement benefits sanctioning process developed. The Project at present is implemented through 89 Ministries/Departments and 285 attached and subordinate officers under various Ministries/Departments.
  • An initiative called ‘Anubhav’ started on the behest of Hon’ble Prime Minister in February, 2015 to provide a platform for the retiring Central Government Employees to showcase their experience and garner resources for retiring employees to the nation building post retirement. The best write-ups earn Annual Awards.
  • The stake holder awareness is high with over 37.24 lacs hits on the Portal. The scope of the project has further vastly increased with the inclusion of “Sankalp” – A software developed for channelizing experience and skills of Pensioners in to meaningful social/welfare activities. Facebook page on “Sankalp” was started in July, 2014.
The core scoping of the MMP is under progress.
The core scoping of the MMP is under progress.
The DPR of the MMP is under progress.
  • Under NMEICT, 141 projects have been undertaken in collaboration with educational institutions for improving the teaching skills of teachers and preparing eContent, MOOCs etc.
  • 44 Central universities are Wi-Fi enabled.
  • Launch of 32 DTH educational channels is in progress.
i. In the meeting of Select Council of Mission Leaders on 3rd November, 2015 JS, MoUD informed that the current envisaged scope of Urban Governance MMP is same as that of eMunicipalities MMP, for which approval has been obtained and guidelines have been issued for implementation by the States.

Integrated MMPs 

  • Web based Judicial services are being provided in all States Out of total 14,249 courts approved for computerization, more than 14,000 courts (95%) have already been computerized.
  • Real time case status of more than 6.5 crore pending and disposed off cases available on National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG) enables policy planning, court & case management and citizen centric services.
  • More than 29 crore transactions recorded through eTaal since inception.
  • Video Conferencing equipment delivered at more than 800 locations.
  • Training of 14000 Judicial Officers and 4000 court officials undertaken.
  • The eBiz platform with License & Permit Wizard, Payment gateway facilitating payment through Internet banking, Credit & Debit card and ePAO solution for centralized booking and reconciliation of all Central Government receipts & payments along with Twenty Central Government service has been launched with fourteen services of Andhra Pradesh Government, 14 services for Govt. of Odisha and two services of Govt. of NCT of Delhi.
  • Three joined-up (L3) services named INC7 with 7 services, INC29 with 5 services and 5 services under Labour act of Ministry of Labor & employment has been launched. The portal can be accessed through www.ebiz.gov.in.
  • During the year it is planned to integrate 7 additional services related to Central Government departments and roll-out of State services in the remaining pilot states (A Common Application Form for 14 services is expected to be integrated). Approved Budget :Rs. 11.00 crore (for 2016-17) Expenditure till date: NIL

The e-Procurement MMP, being implemented by the Department of Commerce (DoC), is intended to ensure that Government procurement becomes simplified, transparent, and result oriented. An end-to-end e-procurement solution will cover all aspects of procurement right from indent of tender to tender preparation, bidding, bid evaluation and award of contract and post contract management

  • Establish a one stop shop providing all services related to Government Procurement.
  • Reduce cycle time and cost of procurement.
  • Enhance transparency and efficiency in Government procurement.
  • To bring about procurement reforms across the Government. This is being implemented using e-procurement system of NIC, Deity. As on Date 36 States/UTs have started implementing e-procurement solutions across the country, out of this,
  • 27 States/UTs are using GePNIC – eProcurement system of NIC, Deity
  • During the financial year 2015-16, the total no. of tenders floated by 27 States includes 9.92 Lakhs (approx) electronic tenders worth Rs. 11.1lakh Crores.
  • 9 States/UTs are using the services of Private Application Service Providers and are sharing their tender data with MMP home page http://eprocure.gov.in/mmp
  • 36 States/UTs have implemented e-Procurement. The Procurement related Meta data are consolidated and displayed on an exclusive portal http://eprocure.giv.in/mmp
  • The statistics regarding the percentage of tenders that are published offline and online are not complied due to non availability of details of offline tenders.
  • GePNIC won two Skotch Awards in 2015.
  • DGFT delivers its services on-line using digital signatures and net payment through all 38 offices across the country. Licenses are issued under web enabled environment. The digitally signed electronic message exchange between DGFT and Customs for shipping bills and authorization for schemes like DEPB, DES and EPCG is operational for EDI ports.
  • Electronic Bank Realisation Certificate (eBRC) has also been operationalized, which seamlessly connect exporters/importers, banks and DGFT. eBRC has been made mandatory and around 12 million eBRCs of approx. 550 billion USD are uploaded till date, enhancing the productivity mainly of exporters, banks and DGFT. iii. The Centralized Port Community System (PCS), a single window interface for seaports community is operational for 19 seaports including all major and 6 non-major seaports. Other seaports are also being pursued for integration in PCS.
  • Customs Central Server System (ICES 1.5) is live at 120 locations. The message exchange with community partners under central server environment has been started with major Airports, Ports community system (PCS) and CONCOR etc. for critical messages.
  • The Customs EDI system for clearance of Import Cargo has been started at Precious Cargo Customs Clearance Centre, Mumbai.
  • The new version of Risk Management System (RMS 3.1) under central server environment has been operationalized at 89 EDI locations for imports and exports. iv. e-Payments facilitation has been introduced by Customs, DGFT, Seaports and major airports. e-Payments of Custom duties are mandated for all payments above Rs. 1 lakh.
  • CONCOR has implemented a centralized web based community partner interface system for 38 EXIM locations.
  • Web based Community partners system and bar code integration have been started at major international airports.
  • Significant reduction in transaction time of services has been achieved like - license application disposed in 6 hrs. as compared to 45 days - Flight manifest at airports (4 Hrs to 15 minutes), - Vessel profile submission/approval at seaports (48 Hrs to 1-2 hrs) etc.
  • Phase II of the Project has been initiated.
  • Enhancement of User Interface (new look and feel) has been done. Implementation of Social Media Connectors is going on.
  • Android app and mobile version of the portal have been completed.
  • Integration with few state portals has been accomplished.
  • Migration of the site to Dhrupal 7 and responsive design is underway.
  • The process for Web Ratna awards 2014 has been completed.
  • 327 Service has been integrated with production environment of NSDG.
  • Integration with various e-Governance applications in order to bring more services onboard is in progress.
  • Technical enhancements to the new approved e-Sangam project are under progress.
  • CSC, an MMP under NeGP approved on 21-Sep-2006, aims to setup of 1 lakh assisted ICT enabled front end service delivery centres across the country as per 1:6 ratio (i.e. one CSC in every 6 villages) for equitable access of e-services by the rural citizens.
  • It was implemented by respective State Designated Agencies-SDAs under State Governments/UT Administrations through Public-Private-Partnership model at State/UT level by engaging Service Centre Agencies (SCAs) through bid process.
  • Prior to launch of CSC 2.0 Project under Digital India, the total CSCs made operational till Nov-2015 was 144,875.
  • There’re broadly four types of services available in these centres, like Government to Citizen (G2C), Business to Citizen (B2C), Educational Services and Financial Inclusion Services.
  • The scheme was extended up to March-2017.
  • For further details on the Scheme please refer to the following link: http://deity.gov.in/content/csc-20-way-forward-0 https://csc.gov.in https://digitalseva.csc.gov.in Approved budget: Rs. 1649 Cr.
  • Expenditure till date:
  • Progressive Funds released: Rs. 1054.33 Cr.
  • Funds Spent/ Utilized by all States/ UTs: Rs. 904.4 Cr.
  • Jan DhanYojana has been launched on 28.08.2014 by the Hon’ble Prime Minister.
  • Under Phase-I of the MMP, the following activities are planned: o Universal access to banking facilities o Providing basic banking accounts for saving & remittance and RuPay Debit Card with inbuilt accident insurance cover of Rs.1 lakh o Financial literacy programme
  • Till 25.05.2016, 21.93 Cr accounts have been opened.

The project has received 40 crores from World Bank, and pilot implementation is in progress.

  • D/o Science and Technology had shared the draft action plan on NGIS for inter-departmental consultations vide OM dated 23.07.2015. Meanwhile, NIC has started working on up-scaling of multi-layer GIS from 1:50,000 to 1:10,000 scale.
  • DeitY is working out the requirements of few departments to develop GIS based decision support system under Digital India programme.

i. Under the social benefits MMP, Department of Social Justice and Empowerment is implementing – “Online Processing of Proposals for Grant-in-Aid from NGOs/VOs”.

The portal ngograntsje.gov.in is running successfully and provides services like

  • Registration of NGOs applying for GIA
  • Online submission of projects from NGO
  • Approval by state Government
  • Processing of GIA proposals by the Department of SJE
  • Issue of sanction/Approval orders – online
  • Releases of each installment of Grant-in-Aid –online
  • Furnishing of Utilization Certificates (UCs) by the grant receiving NGO/VO – online.

State MMPs 

  • The Ministry (L&E) is implementing the National Career Service as one of the Mission Mode Project under the National e-Gov Plan of GOI which aims to provide job matching services in a transparent and user friendly manner. These services are available to job seekers and employers through the network various channels like Employment Exchanges/career centers, mobiles, CSCs, etc.
  • National Career Service Portal has been developed and is hosted at URL www.ncs.gov.in and a toll free number 1800-425-1514 is operational12 hours a day from Tuesday to Sunday to assist and guide youth in accessing employment related services.
  • The portal currently has over 3.5 crore jobseekers and 9 lakh employers and provides information on over 3601 career options from 53 key industry sectors.
  • Under this initiative for transformation of Employment Exchanges, 100 Model Career Centres are being established which hold job fairs regularly to facilitate interaction between jobseekers and employers.
  • NCS has also partnered with several private players to make more jobs available for jobseekers.
  • State Data Centers / Alternate data centers are operational in 32 States/UTs. Disaster Recovery Centers are located at New Delhi, Pune and Hyderabad.
  • New version of Common Application Software (CAS) is under development and testing.
  • In addition to CAS, six specialized solutions and infrastructure (Automatic Finger Print Identification System, Fingerprint Enrolment Device, Automatic Facial Recognition System, CAD based PCR-Traffic Management System and Automatic Vehicle Location System, Mobile Data Terminals and GIS based Crime Analytic Systems) are also being considered for implementation to enable and enhance investigating capabilities. RFPs preparation is complete and under approval process. iv. About 73% of Police Stations and Higher offices are connected to their respective State Data Centers.
  •  e-District MMPaims at electronic delivery of identified high volume citizen centric services at the district or sub-district level.10 categories (5 mandatory + 5 State/UT Specific) of high volume G2C services arebeing implemented.
  • The project was approved with an outlay of Rs 1663.08 crores on 20th April 2011.
  • Progressive Fund released to all States / UTs: Rs 597.01 crores.
  • Funds Spent / Utilized by all States / UTs: Rs 262.71 crores.
  • The eDistrict services have been launched in 553 out of 672 districts including the 40 districts in pilot phase. Refer http://www.deity.gov.in/content/e-District for more details.
  • NeGP-Agriculture has 12 clusters of services with 80 components out of which 46 components have been developed so far under Phase-I of NeGP-A.
  • Field level implementation has already taken place in 3458 sites (or about 96% of the total). The Central Data Centre, State Data Centers and Disaster Recovery Sites have also been set up for 7 States in which Phase-I of NeGP-A was rolled out.
  • Phase-I implementation has been done in Centre and 7 States involving 187 districts, 1505 blocks and 14 State Agriculture Universities. Total project outlay for Phase-I and Phase-II is Rs. 885.79 Crores with a funding pattern of approximately 90:10.

The MMP is under implementation in 33 States/UTs. Services under the MMP such as e-registration, e-Returns, e-Refund and e-Payments have been implemented across 31, 33, 17 and 33 States/UTs respectively.

  • The MMP is taken up in J&K, Arunachal & D&NH (UT) are not funded through JNNURM. Although they have been designed as per guidelines issued under Municipality MMP. The J&K project has been funded through Finance Commission and Arunachal Pradesh project has been funded through central assistance scheme for North East states. UT DNH has been implemented internally by NIC.
  • The project is running live in Eighty Seven ULBs in J&K since 2012.
  • The project is running live in UT D&NH since 2012.
  • Has been rolled out in Arunachal Pradesh recently & is yet to be fully utilized for public service.
  • Majority of the States have adopted the Panchayat Enterprise Suite (PES) Applications which addresses all the aspects of Panchayats’ functioning including planning, budgeting, implementation, accounting, monitoring, social audit and delivery of citizen services like issue of certficates, licenses, etc.
  • PRIASoft&PlanPlus are the two most prominently used Applications. For FY 2014-15, 47% of the Panchayats (i.e. ZP, BP &GP) have closed their Yearbooks and 45700 approved plans have been uploaded via PlanPlus.
  • 96% of the villages have been mapped across the country under Local Government Directory.
  • National Asset Directory (NAD) contains details of about 1.4 crore assets of the Panchayats.
  • ServicePlus is currently being used in six States delivering 48 services. The services provided by States are mainly Statutory and Regulatory.
  • Computerization of Land Records for 31 States/UTs.
  • Computerization of Property Registration for 30 States/UTs.
  • Integration of Land Records and Property Registration for 11 States/UTs.
  • Stoppage of manual issue of Record of Rights (RORs) for 18 States/UTs.
  • RORs on the Web for 22 States/UTs.
  • Bhu-naksha customization done for 15 States/UTs.
  • Digitally Signed RORs for 7 States/UTs.
  • Integration of Bhu-Naksha with ROR and as a service to the public on the website for 5 States/UTs.
  • Linking with Aadhaar for 5 States.
  • Capacity building for 19 States/UTs.
  • MMP Treasuries projects are operational in most of the States. The proposals of 21 States and 3 UTs had been approved till 31.03.2015. Each State is going for its own unique solution in absence of a Core Scope Document/ Common Framework/ Core Application software. However, the States would need to factor in minimum deliverables with regard to functionality, connectivity, service delivery and standards, integration with other NeGP applications, interfaces with CPSMS, RBI, AGs, Banks, etc.
  • All 21 States and 3 UTs have been requested to provide the status report on their treasury computerisation. So far, 14 States and 3 UTs have responded. In 3 States, projects have been completed except the interface with CPSMS, RBI, AGs, Banks, etc. In 7 States and 1 UT, the Projects are expected to be completed in 2016-17.
  • Rs. 166.51 crorehas been released under the Scheme upto 31st March 2015. Releases of Year-wise details are given below: Rs. In Crore Releases During 2013-14 (Ist Instalment) Releases During 2014-15 (2nd Instalment) Releases During 2014-15 (3rd Instalment) Total (Till 31.03.2015) 141.66 17.42 7.43 166.51
  • Fourteenth Finance Commission (FFC) for its award period (2015-2020) has recommended biggest ever increase in share of the States in the Central Divisible Pool from 32% to 42% to fill the resource gap of each State to the extent possible. Since, FFC has considered both Plan and Non-Plan expenditure requirement of the States while making its recommendations, certain Central Assistance to State Plan including ACA for NeGP (Treasury Computerization) was subsumed within the higher Devolution of Central Taxes. w.e.f. 01.04.2015. Hence, no budget allocation has been made under NeGP(Treasury Computerization) during 2015-16 and 2016-17. The States are therefore required to implement Treasury Computerization out of higher tax devolution from 2015-16 onwards.
  • Vehicle Registration and Driving Licenses applications are being revamped to be hosted on cloud.
  • At present, the existing hybrid application and databases are implemented in distributed mode across 1000+ RTO/ARTOs. 100% computerization has been achieved in 32 States/UTs. Connectivity between RTO and STA has been established in all the states/UTs.
  • As part of efforts being made for modernisation of Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS), Department of Food and Public Distribution is implementing a Plan Scheme on End-to-end Computerisation of TPDS Operations. Costs are being shared on 90:10 basis in respect of North Eastern States and on 50:50 basis with other States/UTs.
  • Following are the key activities and their expected outcomes in the first phase:
  • • Digitization of Beneficiary Database
  • • Computerisation of Supply Chain Management
  • • Grievance Redressal Mechanism and Transparency Portal
  • The Department conveyed administrative approval for the scheme to all States/UTs on 10.12.2012. Financial assistance of Rs. 322.94 crore has been released to 30 States/UTs, NIC, etc. during financial years 2012-13 (Rs.41.69 crore), 2013-14 (Rs.187.05 crore), 2014-15 (Rs. 34.35 crore) and 2015-16 (Rs. 59.85 crore).
  • A National Transparency Portal http://pdsportal.nic.in has been developed by NIC through which citizens may access the Portals of the respective State/UT Food and Civil Supplies Departments.
  • Based on the reports received from States/UTs and NIC, the activity-wise progress is summarized as:
  • • Ration cards have been completely digitised in all States/UTs.
  • • Ration card details are available on transparency portal of all States/UTs.
  • • Online Allocation has been implemented in 25 States/UTs.
  • • Supply-chain has been computerised in 12 States/UTs.
  • • Transparency portal are implemented in all States/UTs.
  • • Online grievance redressal facility / Toll-free helpline numbers have been implemented in all States/UTs.
  • • All States/UTs have been requested to seed Aadhaar numbers in Ration Card database. At present overall seeding stands at 54.79% at the National level.
  • More than 1,11,772 FPSs are automated across the country, and this count is likely to be increased to 3,06,526 FPSs by March, 2017.
  • For checking of leakage and diversions, this Department is also pursuing with States/UTs to opt for Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) under which subsidy component will be credited to bank accounts of beneficiaries who are free to buy foodgrains from anywhere in the market to ensure their foodgrains entitlement. For taking up this model, pre-requisites for the States/UTs would be to complete digitization of beneficiary data and seed bank account details of beneficiaries. The scheme has been implemented in UTs of Chandigarh and Puducherry on pilot basis w.e.f. 1st September, 2015; and Dadra & Nagar Haveliw.e.f. 1st March, 2016 respectively on pilot basis. In Chandigarh, Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Puducherry- 1.99 lakh, 0.30 lakh, and 5.90 lakh beneficiaries respectively are covered under DBT (cash transfer) scheme at present.
  • The project KV Shaala Darpan is under implementation. The Ministry has also written to all States/UTs to implement Shaala Darpan in their respective states. Funding is also provided to the state on receipt of viable proposal for this purpose.
  • Health MMP (under Digital India - eKranti), to establish a pan-India Integrated Health Information System along with Online Medical Records & Health Information Exchange, is under ‘Design & Development’ stage and implementation is planned in a phased manner.
  • The key pillars of the integrated health information system comprise public health solution, hospital information system, drug supply chain management, citizen portal & government resource planning.
  • In Phase-I of MMP, an ‘Integrated Health Information Platform (IHIP)’ is envisaged to be established over a period of two years (i.e. 2016 & 2017), in select states, to facilitate interoperability, creation & exchange of medical records, citizen services, programme management etc. and then rolled out widely.
  • Consultation with the stakeholders, DeitY and states/UTs on the Concept Note of IHIP is underway. In the absence of integration mechanism, which is being tried through NIN for health institutions and Aadhar no for patients, the inter-operability may continue to be a major challenge.
  • The assistance/funding support to states for computerization of Health facilities under NHM is being coordinated keeping in view the MMP’s overall objectives and the required harmonization. Option for funding from World Bank is also being considered to be explored as feasible.
  • MoHFW is also in the process of setting up of National eHealth Authority (NeHA) as a statutory body for promotion/adoption of eHealth standards, to enforce privacy & security measures for electronic health data, and to regulate storage & exchange of Electronic Health Records. A National Consultation with various stakeholders including representatives from States / UTs and healthcare providers was also held at AIIMS, New Delhi on 4th April, 2016 for deliberating on the comments/ suggestions on the revised Concept note and deciding the further course of action.

The core scoping of the MMP is under progress

  • NISG has been engaged as a Consultant to undertake activities like Business Process Re-Engineering (BPR), Detailed Project Report (DPR), RFP etc. A Systematic analysis of Scheme process and their mechanism is currently under way. The whole process is scheduled to be completed in 24 months.
  • Total approved budget for the BPR exercise including implementation and other components under the Rural Development MMP is Rs. 1,95,50,000/- excluding taxes. The whole process is scheduled to be completed in 24 months.
  • As on 20.05.2016, an amount of Rs. 11,33,550/- has been incurred in this regard.

The core scoping of the MMP is under progress. * Status is as on 16th June 2016