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Old December 10th, 2013, 04:09 AM   #501
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Coming late to the office and misusing the attendance registry by signing it the next day will be a thing of the past. The government has decided to introduce biometric attendance system in zilla, taluk and gram panchayat offices.

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Old December 19th, 2013, 03:03 PM   #502
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Online appointment for property registration soon
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/...tion-soon.html

e-Sugam making tax evasion easy?
http://newindianexpress.com/states/k...cle1871291.ece

'e-Timber' portal launched
http://newindianexpress.com/states/k...cle1880852.ece

MUDA helpdesk a hit; feedback forum a dud
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle5349718.ece

'Future Flow', cloud-based system for transparency
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/...ed-system.html

ಆಸ್ತಿ ನೋಂದಣಿಗೆ 'ಸಕಾಲ' ಯೋಜನೆ ಬುಡಮೇಲು!
http://www.kannadaprabha.com/distric...1!/145821.html

Video conferencing to speed up trial in Karnataka magistrate courts
http://www.thehindu.com/news/cities/...cle5450867.ece

Aadhaar-based direct cash subsidy project for LPG to be rolled out in DK from Jan 1
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/c...w/27481006.cms
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Old December 19th, 2013, 03:05 PM   #504
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BWSSB conceives map-based system to help consumers
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The new initiatives being adopted by the water board will soon enable consumers to know the day and time of supply to their area.

Transporting 1,125 million litres of water per day (mld) for a distance of nearly 100 km and pumping it to a height of about 500 metres to provide drinking water to citizens of Bangalore is a gigantic task. With the demand for water increasing exponentially every year, it is challenging for the Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) to sustain the supply.

Committed to provide regular supply, the BWSSB has adopted state-of-the-art technologies for improving the quality of its services to the people. The new initiatives being adopted by the board will soon enable consumers to know the day and time of supply to their area.

Apart from its official website that hosts useful information for the people, the Board has conceived an innovative map-based initiative to provide details of its administrative boundaries and network. Information on pipelines, ground level reservoirs, and flow meters too are available on the map.

An interactive online dashboard has been designed to show the valve operations and track leaks in the pipeline. This will help engineers get information on the supply frequency and duration of each valve area. The ground level staff are being trained to use the system for providing relevant information.

Started recently on a pilot basis in North-East 3 division, this project would be expanded across the city based on the success of the pilot initiative.

This innovative system will also enable instant notifications through short messaging service and Interactive Voice Response to the engineers as soon as the area’s supply timings are reported by the valvemen.

The service sends alerts and warning messages to the engineers on supply given on a non-scheduled supply day or if two supply cycles for an area are skipped continuously.

Reports will be available for the Executive Engineer via an online dashboard on real-time basis. The monthly report of valve operation will also be sent through an email to the engineers.

The service enables officials to supervise valvemen effectively as they know which areas are being served by the valvemen and at what time.

The officials can also co-ordinate and direct the valvemen according to system requirements in real-time. With leaks in the pipeline network affecting normal supply, this service can improve the overall water delivery service.

The Board has taken up a real time bulk flow meter monitoring in association with IBM to achieve equitable water distribution. The software has been customised to the BWSSB's bulk flow on the State Data Centre. This water management system is based on IBM's Intelligent Operations Centre and Integrate Information Core platforms.

IBM has devised a dashboard that collects the data from each of the flow meters and presents it to the users in a geo-spatial map making it end user friendly. This platform allows engineers to set thresholds for each section of the network to manage it in a predictable manner. There is an alert when the thresholds exceed. This platform also provides engineers with a portal to create modify and use water equations, designed to quantify water supply to the central division.

In the long run, the water board plans to keep an account of water supply to each division. This will enable the Board to have real time data on water supply per connection per day and use it as a first step towards achieving equitable water distribution.

An application software has been developed to automate the process of preparing and approving estimates. It is a web-based application software and a unique user name and password has been created for all the Board's engineers.

This application software is also being used for processing and clearing of bills before making payments to contractors. This application would be capable of uploading the contractor bills, verify with original estimate or e-measurement book and finally issue the approved amount to the contractor through a cheque.
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle5453204.ece
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Old December 19th, 2013, 03:16 PM   #505
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SMS alerts on applications submitted at Janata Darshan
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Bangalore, December 17, 2013, DHNS:

People who attend Chief Minister Siddaramaiah’s Janata Darshan programme will henceforth get SMS alerts on the status of their applications within 10 days of submitting their grievances.

A decision to this effect was taken at the Janata Darshan programme held at the chief minister’s home office in Bangalore on Tuesday.

At present, the grievances submitted were acknowledged by giving the applicant a registration number. Now, SMS alerts would be sent to the mobile number of the applicants on the status of their applications. The applicants can also call the toll-free number 44554455 to know the status.
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/...ed-janata.html

CM gives SMS receipt
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Lending a hand:Computer operators feeding into the system details provided by people who had come for the Janata Darshan in Bangalore on Tuesday.— Photo: V. Sreenivasa Murthy
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Old December 19th, 2013, 03:16 PM   #506
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Online payment of property tax facility launched
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle5468342.ece

Indigenous software deployed for tiger census
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/...er-census.html

Pak team to learn from Sakala experience
http://articles.timesofindia.indiati...ion-world-bank
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"We're getting queries from state governments across the country. Punjab, Jharkhand, Kerala and Odisha have requested us for Sakala consultancy. There were delegations from Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Myanmar," said Shalini Rajneesh, secretary (DPAR) and director of the Sakala mission.
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IT based disaster management for dists
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GIS based plan, 'to remove arbitrary response to disasters'
R Dharmaraju, faculty, Administrative Training Institute, R Manoj, Additional Mission Director, Sakala, P A Gopal, CEO, Zilla Panchayat and P G Ramesh, MCC Commissioner, at a workshop held here on Friday. DH PHOTO

As preparation to put Geographic Information System (GIS) based disaster management plan in place, a workshop was held for the officials of district administration, here on Friday.

The two day workshop, ‘Automation of Mysore District Disaster Management Plan (DDMP)’, is being organised by Center for Disaster Management, Administrative Training Institute.

Speaking at the workshop, R Manoj, Additional Mission Director, Sakala said that the standard operating procedures as outlined by the Disaster Management Authority are not being followed in districts of the State.

As an example, he noted that the DDMP of Mysore district was published in 2010-11, with no updates made on an annual basis. “Disaster management in India is mostly on paper. There is limited access to real time, authentic, quantifiable information, which leads to communication gaps or even miscommunication in times of a disaster,” he said.

To sort out these issues, and to “remove arbitrary response to disasters”, Technology Automation for Management of Emergencies and Disasters (TAMED), has been introduced.

TAMED will make use of technology to collect, store, analyse, communicate, co-ordinate and present authentic field information, he said.

Before TAMED is set up, geo-coordinates of all resources which will be necessary in times of crisis, will be collected using 64 formats for data collection, he said.

TAMED will run from a server located at each district centers, which will be supplied with 24 hour power, so that the computer can alert the concerned authorities during periods of crisis. All the necessary information, such as telephone numbers of government officers and other participating agencies in terms of crisis, will be fed into the server, he said.

With TAMED, DDMP will have a geo-information database, that can be used effectively when need arises, he said. District and taluk level officers are to compile a list of resources in the district, in formats provided to them. Compilation of a list of all necessary information may take up to six months, he said.
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Slum population more than doubled in a decade
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle5485309.ece

from printed one
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R.K. Anil Kumar, Director, Census Operations in Karnataka, said the use of sophisticated technology has hastened the process of data analysis and dissemination.
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Call to use Sakaala portal effectively
http://www.deccanherald.com/content/...fectively.html

State, Nspot sign agreement for e-auction in APMC markets
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle5502932.ece

Resurvey of Govt Lands in Rural Areas Planned
http://www.newindianexpress.com/stat...cle1974418.ece
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle5521284.ece

Biometric system in all colleges from next month
http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper...cle5521491.ece
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Karnataka launches mobile app for citizen services
Bangalore, Jan 22:

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Sakala Services Act-2011 or ‘Sakala’ ensures that the citizens are entitled to get certain standard of services within a specified time.

Speaking after the launch, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramiah said that Karnataka is committed in introducing citizen-friendly administrative reforms.

‘Sakala’ service implemented by the State Government has covered 447 services and achieved 98 per cent success in the last one-and-half years.

Innovations made in the field of administration should be shared at a national platform and States and Union Territories should adopt, replicate and further innovate such initiatives, V. Narayanasamy, Union Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions and PMO, said.
C: The Hindu Business Line
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Old January 23rd, 2014, 06:16 AM   #511
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Kudos to BJP Govt for conceiving the concept, bringing in the Act and implementing it actively. The Sakala has been proved to be a great hit and many other governments and countries want to learn about it from Karnataka. Even World Bank has took notice and praised the Scheme.
These simple and far sighted things prove to be game changer in the lives of people and delivery of civic services unlike freebie handouts that Congress conceives all the time and has kept the country from progressing.
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Sakala helps Karnataka people save Rs. 5,000 cr
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An estimated Rs. 5,000 crore has been saved by the people in the State since Sakala services were introduced to hasten the process of issuing various government-related documents, the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (DPAR) has said.

The DPAR, which is overseeing the implementation of 447 services across 45 departments/agencies under Sakala, believes that applicants saved up to Rs. 200 per visit to the departments or agencies. The base cost of Rs. 200 per visit has been arrived at by including daily wage, transportation cost and food. The bribe money that an applicant may have had to pay has not been included for calculation.

“Earlier, an applicant would visit government offices between six times and 10 times to secure a document. Now with Sakala, the savings per person per day has been higher,” said DPAR Principal Secretary Shalini Rajneesh.

Based on the number of applications disposed of so far, the DPAR has calculated that about Rs. 5,000 crore has been saved as these departments have been able to clear 40 million applications under Sakala.

The average delayed disposal was a meagre two per cent while the average rejection was just four per cent. Apart from this, she said, the State had introduced a record number of services, while only two out of 12 States had more than 100 services.

The savings could be much higher once Sakala is introduced for the over 1,000 services in all government departments and agencies.

Despite the rigorous implementation of 447 Sakala services by the State government in 45 departments, there are 28 agencies in 18 departments still outside this flagship programme.

“Many important departments have not given their approval to be brought under Sakala. We have reminded them about it,” she added.

Owing to the success of Sakala, the Union Ministry of Personnel and Training has now sought the assistance of the State government in chalking out a Citizens Charter Bill to be tabled in Parliament soon.
C: The Hindu
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e-Governance:

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♦ Providing 150 additional services through
mobile in different departments.
♦ Formulation of New e-Governance policy.
♦ Establishment of State Data Centre at Suvarna
Soudha, Belgaum, for disaster recovery and
business continuity.
♦ Opening of 50 new Citizen Service Centres
under Karnataka One Scheme.
♦ Providing 50 additional services of various
government departments through Citizen
Service Centers.
♦ Extension of KSWAN 2.0 to Gram Panchayat.
♦ Implementation of Human Resources
Management Scheme (HRMS). Linkage to
Khajane-II.
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Core banking launched at head post office-Dharwad

India Post, taking another step forward in introducing customer-friendly facilities, has implemented core banking solutions (CBS) at its head post office here.
M. Nagesh, Superintendent of Post Offices (Dharwad), inaugurated the facility at the head post office at a function here on Wednesday. A release issued by India Post stated that CBS would improve customer services by providing services through alternate channels on 24x7 basis — ATM, internet, phone, SMS and mobile banking.
Customers can operate their accounts and avail banking services from any post office on the CBS network, regardless of where they maintain their accounts.
CBS will provide various alternative delivery service channels, which will reduce the cost and time taken for transactions. At present, transaction cost at banks are between Rs. 45 and Rs. 50 a transaction; transaction cost of withdrawal from ATMs is Rs. 15 to Rs. 18 each. For net-banking services, it is Rs. 4 a transaction. A centralised core banking process will also improve efficiency by avoiding duplication of work. The CBS will improve service delivery since facilities such as anytime-and-anywhere banking will be available, in addition to standardised and automated processes. Overall, the time taken for transactions will be reduced. Speaking to presspersons here on Wednesday, Mr. Nagesh said that India Post was planning to set up two ATM centres — one each in Hubli and Dharwad. Savings bank account-holders in post offices will shortly receive ATM cards. This scheme is likely to be implemented shortly after April 1. Post Shoppe facilities have been launched at head post offices in Hubli and Dharwad.
It provides alternative delivery service channels to customers


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ಮುಖ್ಯಮಂತ್ರಿಗಳ ವೆಬ್*ಸೈಟ್* (http://*cm*kar*na*taka.*gov.in), ಫೇಸ್*ಬುಕ್* ಪುಟ (facebook.*com/*cmo*fkarnataka) ಟ್ವಿಟರ್* (@cmofkarnataka) ಮತ್ತು ಯೂ*ಟ್ಯೂಬ್* ಖಾತೆಗೆ ವಿಧಾನ*ಸೌಧ*ದಲ್ಲಿ ಸೋಮ**ವಾರ ಚಾಲನೆ ನೀಡ*ಲಾ*ಯಿತು. ‘ಸ್ನೇಹಿತ*ರೆಲ್ಲ ಸಲಹೆ ನೀಡುತ್ತಿ*ದ್ದರೂ ನಾನು ಇಲ್ಲಿಯವರೆಗೆ ಸಾಮಾ*ಜಿಕ ಮಾಧ್ಯ*ಮ*ಗಳಲ್ಲಿ ಖಾತೆ ತೆರೆಯಲು ಮುಂದಾ**ಗಿರಲಿಲ್ಲ.
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