Capacity Building for Govt. Employees
Under the Capacity Building programme, Department of IT, GoMP is working aggressively with NISG, where NISG has collaborated with various e-Governance experts from Government/industry and other stakeholders to design a course framework as Specialized Trainings for eGovernance Programme (STeP).
Large number of Government officials is expected to participate in Capacity Building Training courses. Madhya Pradesh is the first state which has completed STeP trainings of all the 8 courses. Success of these trainings lies upon enthusiastic participation from the departments and optimum utilization of newly developed skills in the trained officers. Target is to train 2-3 officials from each department in all the 8 STeP Training courses. This trained workforce will enable departments to effectively conceptualize, plan and implement eGovernance Projects.
Considering the future needs and training workload, Department of IT, GoMP has also planned to develop unified state of art training infrastructure at State and Divisional Level. All the departments will be able to train their workforce in these training institutions for general IT Training as well as specialized trainings for implementing their eGovernance Projects.
The Government of Madhya Pradesh has laid great emphasis on computerization in Government departments, which are revenue earning, and the departments where there is a large public contact, Major computerization projects are:
The department of Transport has initiated computerization of its activities (issue of Driving licenses, Vehicle Registration, Permits etc.) with Smart Card interface on a Build Own Operate (BOO) basis.
Project of computerization of ownership of agricultural land, started a long ago. Data entry work is completed across all districts.
All offices of the Commercial tax Department are being networked across the state. A database of all tax payers and other business establishments is being created to facilitate on-line payment, check post activities are also to be networked and automated.
District treasuries are networked with the state headquarters and are connected with the Bank. This facilitates information access on-line and data transmission bringing greater transparency to treasury operation.
Mandi Board has prepared a scheme to computerize its activities ;
Phase I : Computerisation of Mandi Activities
Phase II : Integration of Mandi network through Internet/Virtual Private Network.