May 2009

egov 5 emerging states: May2009

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The diverse land of India has diverse states. Since the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) was implemented in 2006, Indian states have tried to reap the benefits of electronic governance in their various spheres of activities. Some of the states took some great initiatives to bring smart governance into force. Grappling with their own unique set of problems and challenges, some of the states emerged as champions in the speedy implementation of e-Governance, while some others proved to be the promising front runners. Acknowledging such states, egov discusses the 5 egov emerging states which one should look forward to in the years to come.

Bihar

The state has undergone statewide computerisation of registry offices. Bihar has also started its land record computerisation called “Bhu-Abhilekh”. Patna High Court happens to be the first court in India to be computersied, done way back in 1990-91. The government of Bihar has some innovative ways of saving money through the usage of ICT. Moreover, the state has computerised all its treasuries. Another e-Governance project which has caught the eye of many is Jaankari. A brain child of the Chief Minister of Bihar

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