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INTERIM REPORT
Programme
BASELINE ASSESSMENT OF E-DISTRICT MMP FOR PURI DISTRICT
ORISSA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
2013 -14
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Interim Assessment Report
ORISSA
ENGINEERING
COLLEGE
BASELINE ASSESSMENT OF EDISTRICT
MMP FOR PURI DISTRICT

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A Vision is not a project report or a plan target. It is an articulation of the desired end
results in broader terms.
- A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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The information incorporated in different schedules of this report is mainly obtained from
internet and personal contacts with some informants. Hence it is not to be compared with any
other sources of information.
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AN INTRODUCTION TO E-GOVERNANCE
E-Governance refers to the use of information and communications technologies (ICT) to
improve the efciency, effectiveness, transparency and accountability of government.
E-Government can be seen simply as moving citizen services online, but in its broadest sense
it refers to the technology-enabled transformation of government - governments' best hope to
reduce costs, whilst promoting economic development, increasing transparency in
government, improving service delivery and public administration, and facilitating the
advancement of an information society.
Reducing Costs: Putting services on-line substantially decreases the processing costs of
many activities compared with the manual way of handling operations. Efciency is also
attained by streamlining internal processes and by enabling faster and more informed decision
making.
Promoting Economic development : Technology enables governments to create positive
business climates by simplifying relationships with businesses and reducing the
administrative steps needed to comply with regulatory obligations. There is a direct impact on
the economy, as in the case of e-procurement, which creates wider competition and more
participants in the public sector marketplace.
Enhancing Transparency and Accountability: E-Government helps to increase the
transparency of decision-making processes by making information accessible - publishing
government debates and minutes, budgets and expenditure statements, outcomes and
rationales for key decisions, and in some cases, allowing the on-line tracking of applications on
the web by the public and press.
Improving Service Delivery: government service delivery, in the traditional process, is time
consuming, lacks transparency, and leads to citizen and business dissatisfaction. By putting
government services online, e-Government reduces bureaucracy and enhances the quality of
services in terms of time, content and accessibility.
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Improving Public Administration- e-government administrative components, such as a
computerized treasury, integrated nancial management information systems, and human
resource management systems, lead to greater efciency in public administration. Features
include the integration of expenditure and receipt data, control of expenditure, human
resources management, intelligent audit through data analysis and the publishing of nancial
data.
Facilitating an e-Society: One of the main benets of an e-Governance initiative consists of
the promotion of ICT use in other sectors. The technological and management capacities
required for e-Government administration encourage, in turn, the development of new training
courses and modules in schools and universities trying to supply the required skills and
capabilities to the market
E-Government usually describes relationships across 3 modalities:
1. Government to Citizen: deals with the relationship between government and citizens. G2C
allows citizens to access government information and services instantly, conveniently, from
everywhere, by use of multiple channels.
2. Government to Business: consists of e-interactions between government and the private
sector. The opportunity to conduct online transactions with government reduces red tape and
simplies regulatory processes, therefore helping businesses to become more competitive.
3. Government to Government: Governments depend on other levels of government within
the state to effectively deliver services and allocate responsibilities. In promoting citizen-
centric service, a single access point to government is the ultimate goal, for which cooperation
among different governmental departments and agencies is necessary. G2G facilitates the
sharing of databases, resources and capabilities, enhancing the efciency and effectiveness
of processes.
National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) has been approved by the Government of India for
implementation during the years 2003-2007 to lay foundation and provide impetus to e-
Governance throughout the Country. The Plan advocates denition of institutional
mechanisms and core policies for managing e-governance initiatives across the Country in a
cohesive manner and entails that services, having high volume of citizen interactions, with
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major impact on National and Regional economies or where service-owners themselves show
readiness to optimize, be targeted as Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) at various levels.
Further, by providing appropriate weightage to quality and speed of optimization and by
utilizing full potential of private sector involvement, NeGP aims at creating a citizen-centric and
business-centric environment for governance. However, it was observed that most States
were inadequately equipped in terms of personnel and skill-sets needed to handle the host of
issues involved in effective implementation of NeGP in their respective areas. State
Governments needed to provide for overall direction, standardization and consistency across
initiatives and at the same time, were to have resources and exibility to drive the Plan in the
best-possible manner.
THE e-GOVERNANCE VISION OF ODISHA
1. Localize implementation and decision-making and deploy the core infrastructure to deliver
services to the Third Tier of Governance
2. Manage all ICT initiatives as "capital investments" which can be evaluated in terms of pre-
dened goals and measurable targets
3. Make various stakeholders capable of conceptualizing, developing and managing e-
Governance tools themselves
4. Aim at service-oriented approach of Governance and create an integrated, modular and
scalable framework to become more adaptive
5. Utilize policies, structures and frameworks to bring about transparency in various
government functions.
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The e-Governance Strategy for Orissa outlines the initiatives eGov projects to be undertaken
across the State. It also denes an internally consistent set of options to lead to realization of
State's e-Governance Vision.
For Orissa, 14 Sectors have been identied as MMPs based on socio-economic need
analysis, development & Governance priorities, political Vision, perceived benets to citizens
& revenue generation potentials, e-readiness & level of automation and in alignment with
NeGP.
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The e-GOVERNANCE STRATEGY


[Six pillars for achieving e-Gov projects in the stare]
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NATIONAL E-GOVERNANCE PLAN (NEGP)
National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) has been approved by the Government of India for
implementation during the years 2003-2007 to lay foundation and provide impetus to e-
Governance throughout the Country.
The Plan advocates denition of institutional mechanisms and core policies for managing e-
governance initiatives across the Country in a cohesive manner and entails that services,
having high volume of citizen interactions, with major impact on National and Regional
economies or where service-owners themselves show readiness to optimize, be targeted as
Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) at various levels.
INTRODUCTION TO MMPS
A mission mode project (MMP) is an individual project within the National e-Governance Plan
(NeGP) that focuses on one aspect of electronic governance, such as banking, land records or
commercial taxes etc.
Within NeGP, "mission mode" implies that projects have clearly dened objectives, scopes,
and implementation timelines and milestones, as well as measurable outcomes and service
levels.
NeGP comprises 31 mission mode projects (MMPs), which are further classied as state,
central or integrated projects.
Each state government can also dene ve MMPs specic to its individual needs
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EGOV ENGG WATCH CAMPUS INITATIVE .
e- Governance programmes initiated by the Government of India and duly implemented by the
state Government and various line agencies like NIC, Engineering Watch is working towards
'eGov Campus'- an initiative to create eGov cells on selected Engineering Campuses across
the country which would undertake various Research& Extension Projects in the domain of e-
Governance in close coordination with various Government agencies.
The aim of the "e-Gov Campus" initiated by Enggwatch, one of the India's prestigious
magazines is as follows:
To engage the students to understand the economics & technical potential of e-Gov projects
This provide a unique platform for students, faculties & staffs to show their innovative ideas
on eGov campus initiatives.
This will help in connecting a e-Gov project to the engineering campuses.
This will acts as an initiatives to establish a good governance

Understand and apply e-Government concepts, strategies, regulatory frameworks, policies


and practice them through ICT-enabled services.
Identity the challenges of achieving effective e-engagement and strategies for overcoming
the problems during implementation.

Being a e-Gov campus given an opportunity to a college to get in sync with the various
industrious and government entities, which benets the people of our country.
So the development of the concept of progressive education in India will be automatically
achieved and nally it will help in increase the economy of the country
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THE LIST OF AREA OF MMPS OUTLINED BY
ENGINEERING WATCH CAMPUS INITATIVE
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THE STATE MMPS


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The e-District project is a part of the 27 Mission Mode Projects under National e-Governance
Plan (NeGP) of the Department of IT, Government of India.
The main objective of the e-District project is to provide support to the basic administrative
unit i.e., "District Administration" to enable content development of government to citizen
(G2C) services.
It was planned to be implemented in two phases; in Phase- I Pilots covering 1-2 districts of a
state and in Phase II the project would be rolled out across the state subsequent to successful
implementation of the pilots.
The e-District MMP has been implemented in 41 districts in India under pilot implementation
of the project till 2013.
The objectives of the e District Mission Mode Project are to Undertake backend
computerization of District and Tehsil level ofces to ensure electronic delivery of high volume
citizen centric services at the district level.
Efcient delivery of services with improved Service Levels by undertaking extensive
Business Process Re Engineering of identied services.
Extensive Capacity Building and training of eld level functionaries to ensure smooth
migration to electronic delivery of e district services and phasing out manual delivery of
services.
Delivery of services through Common Service Centers (CSCs) by leveraging the common
infrastructure of SWAN, SDC, and SSDG.
Development of applications to be hosted at the State Data Centers for delivery of services.
Delivery of all public services at District/ Sub District level in electronic form through State
Portals by using the State Service Delivery Gateways.
Providing easy, anywhere and anytime access to Government Services (both Information &
Transactional) to ensure reliability, efciency, transparency and accountability.
Reducing number of visits of citizens to a Government ofce / department for availing the
services and there by eliminating harassment.
E-DISTRICT
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Reducing administrative burden and service fulllment time & costs for the
Government, Citizens & Businesses
Reducing direct interaction of citizen with the Government and encourage
e - interaction and efcient communication through portal
Enhancing perception & image of the Government and its constituent Departments

E-DISTRICT SERVICES
S.
No.
Service Details
1.
Issue of
Certicates
Birth, Death, Domicile, Nativity, Caste, Marriage, Income,
Employment etc.
2.
Social Welfare
Schemes
Social welfare Pensions (Old age, Widow, Handicap,
Destitute), Scholarships
3.
Revenue Court
Services
Case listing, Case adjournment, Stay orders, Final orders,
Status of execution of orders: Information, Tracking, and
ling of misc. applications. Government dues and
recovery as part of Land Revenue - including issue of
notices, record payments, track default processes, updation
of treasury receipts etc.
4.
Public
Distribution
System and
Ration Card
Related Services
Registration, change of address, addition or deletion of
members, issue of duplicates etc.
5.
RTI related
Services and
Grievance
Redressal
Application, tracking, monitoring, appeals etc. related to
all departments
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STEPS FOR MANUAL
VS E
- DISTRICT
FACILITIES FOR CITIZENS

MANUAL SYSTEM FACILITIES

E-DISTRICT FACILITIES
In the existing manual system, processing of an
application for a certicate such as an income
or caste certicate typically involves the
following steps:
I. Citizens need to visit the concerned
departments ofce at the sub district or
district headquarters in order to apply
for the service. The citizen submits a
hand written application or lls in an
application form, if available, along
with the required supporting documents
and fee.
II. The application is received by the
Registry section and forwarded to the
tehsildar for endorsement. The endorsed
application is then sent to the Village
Accountant for eld verication.

III.
After verication, the Village
Accountant prepares a eld report and
sends it back to the Registry section.
Based on the approved report, the
Registry section prepares the certicate,
which is signed by the tehsildar and
issued to the applicant.

Under e- District, computerized citizen
facilitation centers with multiple counters will
be established at the village and sub district
levels for processing of certicates.


I.

Applicants will be able to submit
application forms and supporting
documents at these centers or apply for
services online

II.

Once data digitization and workow
automation has been completed,
application forms will be submitted and
forwarded electronically by the counter
operators to the concerned eld ofcial
or Registry section for processing

III.

A pre-validated electronic document,
based on existing records, will be
generated by the eld ofcial/ Registry
section

IV.

This would be signed digitally by the
tehsildar and issued to the applicant.


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e-DISTRICT ODISHA STATE I NFORMATION
Odisha is located between the parallels of 17.49N and 22.34N latitudes and meridians of
81.27E and 87.29E longitudes. It is bounded by the Bay of Bengal on the east; Madhya
Pradesh on the west and Andhra Pradesh on the south. It has a coast line of about 450 kms. It
extends over an area of 155,707 square kms.

According to the 1991 census, it has a total population of 31, 512,070 (3.73 percent of the
total population of India) out of which about 16,237,000 are male and 15,275,070 are female.
On the basis of homogeneity, continuity and physiographical characteristics, Odisha has been
divided into ve major morphological regions: the Odisha Coastal Plain in the east, the
Middle Mountainous and highlands Region, the Central plateaus, the western rolling uplands
and the major ood plains. The Rollout of eDistrict project was started at 28 District
Collectorate, 51 sub- division ofces, 268 Tahsils, 266 Block Ofces and 1790 RI ofces
.

District Sub-Division Tahsil BDO RI Ofce
Jajpur 1 10 10 80
Dhenkanal 3 8 8 50
Balasore 2 12 12 85
Nuapada 1 5 5 21
Bolangir 3 14 14 34
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Sonepur 2 6 6 31
Boudh 1 3 3 22
Kandhamal 2 12 12 74
Cuttack 3 15 14 127
Khurda 2 10 10 67
Puri 1 11 11 128
Kendrapara 1 9 9 92
Jagatsinghpur 1 8 8 76
Bargarh 2 12 12 84
Kalahandi 2 13 13 48
Nawrangpur 1 10 10 66
Rayagada 2 11 11 81
Gajapati 1 7 7 44
Koraput 2 14 14 95
Malkangiri 1 7 7 44
Nayagarh 1 8 8 42
Sundargarh 3 18 17 102
Jharsuguda 1 5 5 10
Deogarh 1 3 3 20
Sambalpur 3 9 9 56
Keonjhar 3 13 13 80
Angul 4 8 8 55
28 51 268 266 1790
BRIEF PROFILE OF PURI DISTRICT
Located on the east coast of India, overlooking the Bay of Bengal, Puri is located on a
67 km stretch of sandy beach that extends from the Chilika Lake to the south of Puri town.

The Sun Temple of Konark is located on this beach at a distance of 35 km north of Puri.
The town of Puri is located almost at the geographic centre of the District, and is
bounded by sea on South east. Mauza Sipaurubilla on West, Mauza Gopinathpur on the North
and Mauza Balukhand

on the east surround it. Geographically Puri is located on 19 degree
18 minutes North latitude and 85 degree 51 minutes East longitude.

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GENERAL INFORMATION OF PURI
Particular Details
Name of the district Puri

Key Economic Drivers Tourism, Religious activities, Connectivity
(part of the Golden Triangle of the Tourism
sector, prominent terminus on the East Coast
Railway)

Total Population (2011) 12,01,026 persons

Floating population (if any, in case of tourist
cities)
13,83,188 per year (7 12 lakhs during Rath
Yatra in the months of June-July)

Total Slum Population 4,88,624 (44.09% of the total population)

Decadal Growth Rate (2001-2011) 28%

Total Area of ULB 16.326 sq. km

Density 12,313 persons per sq. km

Literacy Rate 89.38%

Sex Ratio 928females per 1000 males



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STATUS OF E-GOVERNANCE SERVICES @
PURI DISTRICT
Module Status study Remarks/
observation
Conclusi
on
Property tax In Progress The data entry for 2010 - 11 has been
completed and that of 2011-12 is
currently under progress. Currently,
the module is not in use due to errors
in the nal format of the computerized
demand notice generated and due to
lack of manpower. As a result, work
on digitization of holdings has been
put on hold.


Accounting In Progress The double entry accounting system is
developed with the support of State
Government. At present the data entry
was being carried out on regular basis
till 2010, however, it is not regular
since then. The module is developed
on standalone basis and is not
integrated with key modules.


Water supply
and other
utilities
Implemented Bills are generated electronically by
PHD, Puri

Birth and death
registration (e
-
District)

Implemented
but it is not
giving
desired
output
suggested by
e-district
MMP
The legacy data for birth and death
registration has been digitized for
2007
-
08, 2008
-09, and 2009-10. The
data entry for 2010 -
11 and 2011
-12 is
currently under progress. Hospitals in
the city have now been registered
online. The registered hospitals submit
a report of births and deaths registered
Implemented
but it is not
giving desired
output as only
the forms are
available
online but all
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with them, once in 15 -20 days.
Applications for certicates can now
be registered online on the e-portal.
The applicants can now collect their
certicates from the Health Ofcer
within 21 days of the online
application, provided the required
documents are submitted within the
stipulated time.
formalities are
done manually.

Citizens
grievance
monitoring (e-
District)
Implemented E-Abhiyog online grievance module
has been developed at the ULB. Only
4 complaints have however been
received as on May 2013. Lack of
manpower has resulted in negligence
of this module. Complaints are thus
still registered and addressed
manually.
RTI related
Services and
Grievance are
accessed
through state
portal and e-
muncipality
portal.

Personnel
management
system
Not initiated The municipality has not installed this
module yet.

Procurement
and monitoring
of projects
Not initiated The municipality has not installed this
module yet.

E-procurement In Progress Although the e-procurement module
has been implemented successfully,
only one tender has been issued via the
portal in November 2012. The
e municipality utilizes the central -
procurement system developed by the
State for all ULBs.

Building Plan
approval
Not Initiated The municipality has not installed this
module yet.

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Licenses In Progress The module has been installed but has
not been operationalized by Puri
municipality.

SWM In Progress The municipality has not installed this
module yet.

Social Welfare
Schemes (e-
District)
In Progress
so it is very
difcult to
collect actual
status update.
Social welfare Pensions (Old age,
Widow, Handicap, Destitute),
Scholarships

In Progress
Revenue Court
Services (e-
District)
In Progress
so it is very
difcult to
collect actual
status update.
Case listing, Case adjournment, Stay
orders, Final orders, Status of
execution of orders: Information,
Tracking, and ling of misc.
applications. Government dues and
recovery as part of Land Revenue
-
including issue of notices, record
payments, track default processes,
updation of treasury receipts etc.

In Progress
Public
Distribution
System and
Ration Card
Related Services
(e District)
In Progress
so it is very
difcult to
collect actual
status update
Registration, change of address,
addition or dele
tion of members, issue
of duplicates etc.

In Progress
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EXAMPLE: HOW E-DISTRICT MMP IS WORKING IN PURI
DISTRICT (MARRIAGE CERTIFICATE GENERATION)
Step-1: Login to WWW.puri.nic.in



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Step-2: http://www.puri.nic.in/services/index.php

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STEP-3:SELECT THE SERVICE


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STEP- 4: DOWNLOAD THE FORM


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STEP-5: FILL ALL THE FORM ACCORDINGLY
STEP-6: THEN DO THE OTHER FORMALITIES MANUALLY.

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CONCLUSION:











The report presents a baseline assessment for the e-district project for puri district i.e. study of
the current service delivery system of delivering of six services such as issue of
certicates/ration cards etc. Assessment of e-gov project involves a tedious process if the
intention is to assess an e-Government project thoroughly, meeting the desired objectives,
like: the success as dened by the extent to which it achieved the purpose it was designed,
whether the project is replicable or not, among others. The base line study was exploratory in
nature and undertaken with limited resources ,but it has provided some useful insights on the
current service delivery System. Coming up with effective assessment methods for e-
Government projects in the presence of practical constraints is quite difcult and also needs
time and dedication. As a Private body the study was quite challenging to undertake . The
information incorporated in different schedules of this report is mainly obtained from internet
and personal contacts with some informants. We have tried our level best to assess the e-
district MMP, but it can be better if we have introduced with the government ofcials
responsible for implementation of e-gov projects in puri district.
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Orissa Engineering College (OEC) is the rst private engineering college to be established in
Odisha. It was set up way back in 1986 when the concept of private education was yet to be
understood by people. Orissa Engineering College is the result of the vision of Late Shri Kamini
Kanta Patnaik, who laid the foundation of what is today one of the best technical institutes in the
state & the Country. OEC is a part of Nabajyoti Charitable Trust's Endeavour to provide quality
education. The college was started with an aim to provide quality technical education to a wider
domain of illustrious students of the state of Odisha in particular and the nation in general.
Orissa Engineering College is afliated to the Biju Patnaik University of Technology and has
been approved by AICTE (All India Council for Technical Education).
Final year project is a key gateway for the students to understand the requirements and feel the
nuances of the larger domain in the Campus. All the students of our Final Year (CS & IT
Departments) are doing their nal projects on different domains such as : JAVA, J2EE, PHP,
ORACLE, C & C++ and LINUX etc.. Apart from the requirement of the curriculum, we are
enabling the students to gain the knowledge about the latest technologies so that they can be
exible enough to be involved in various development teams and make themselves up-to-date
with the real time projects.
Generally our students are developing the projects based on some real live implementations of
day to day applications. The total student strength of CSE and IT is 240 and they are involved in
various projects in their preferred platforms.
After the eGov campus initiative we have tried to implement some of the projects(the number
are very less) which will be similar to the state government eGov projects. Some projects are
ABOUT ORISSA ENGINEERING COLLEGE AND
OTHER e-GOV ACTIVITY
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similar to MMP(Mission Mode projects) of other states but not yet implemented in state of
odisha. And some are even creative in its objectives and can be considered as a eGov project.
LIST OF PROJECTS

LINUX

01. Design and Implement a Anonymous Upload Ftp server with Download protection.
02. Design and Implementation of Secure Remote Desktop using SSH ternelling.

03. Design and Implement a Linux Base Proxy Server for cyber cafe.

04. Design and Implementation of a Secure Web (http) server.

05. Deployment of Linux Firewall on Layer3 & 4 using iptables.

06. Deployment of web based Email services.

07. Directory Services using NIS for Central Authentication.

.NET

01. Application for point of sale(POS)

02. A complete application for clinical management system(CMS)

03.Online job portal.

04.A complete E-Commerce based application.

05. Time sheet monitoring system.

JAVA

01.One click to go (Transport management system)

02. Sports management information system.

03.e-university management system
04. Mid-Day Meal system for government schools.
05. Teacher transfer system for government schools.
ORACLE

01. Online bus ticket booking system for OSRTC.

02. Online library management system.

03. An application for senior citizen sahayak seva.

04. A complete automobile information system .


The name of the project which are mentationed in blue color are part of eGov projects
in the state of Odisha or from other states which are yet to be implemented in the state. But
An application for senior citizen sahayak seva is one of the new application of its kind and
can be considered as a eGov project








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"e-Governance is a Journey not a Destination."
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With Regards

Prof. (Dr.) Sujata Chakravarty
Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Orissa Engineering College, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
Mobile : 09437376421 (P) , 07381011516 (O)


Satyabrata Dash
Assistant Professor
Department of Information Technology
Orissa Engineering College, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India
Mobile: 9937149767,9439049778