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Andhra Pradesh Marching Ahead With CM Dashboard

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cmapAndhra has won accolades from the NITI Aayog for implementing some of the best practices in governance. The CM Office’s real-time executive Dashboard, which offers bird’s eye view of performance of different schemes and government departments to the state leadership and the public, is being followed by other states too, observes Elets News Network (ENN).

The CM Dashboard technology, with seamless functionality and cool layout, is a one-stop platform for all the core areas of the state’s operations. Andhra Pradesh is the first state to use the CM Dashboard technology.
With the help of this dashboard, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minster Chandrababu Naidu can execute everything while sitting in his official room. The AP CM Dashboard shows out the exact specifications and numbers as they are all under one umbrella and most importantly, everything available is open for the citizens to take a view.
Naidu monitors the functioning of the all departments on dashboard installed in his new chambers recently established in the newly constructed temporary Secretariat in Velagapudi area of state’s Guntur district.
Being a part of e-governance initiative, it is being done to do away with unnecessary clutter and analyse important data on single platform.
The website has an interestingly simplified theme and retina friendly look. The colours and fonts used have been carefully picked to render a pleasant overall appeal.
A glance at the main features of the CM dashboard shows, the information is state simply and clearly. There is a department wise segregation and respective data that flows in real time. One can notice actual data of how many street lights have been installed and how many of them are functioning and presently switched on.
The Dashboard has some interactive features, such as multistar rating, district ranking and key performance indicators (KPIs). The overall functionality speaks technologically advanced standards in terms of layout, user interface as well as update of information.
The Dashboard daily updates its frequencies, with all the data collated and input in the respective categories. There are quarterly, monthly and yearly updates too, based on the area of operations in question.

With the help of this dashboard, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minster Chandrababu Naidu can execute everything while sitting in his official room. The AP CM Dashboard shows out the exact specifications and numbers as they are all under one umbrella and most importantly, everything available is open for the citizens to take a view.

cm-apChief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has directed to link the progress of all the developmental activities in the districts to CM dashboard. The latest initiative has put the officials on their toes to reach the respective targets while bringing transparency to the administration.
While the Heads of Departments (HoDs) at the state level have already been tagged to the CM dashboard, the attachment of the district functionaries is being viewed by a section of society as revolutionary move in administrative reforms.
In fact, the chief minister wanted to take the real-time governance further to the field level by linking the revenue divisional level progress to the dashboard, which the officials say might be in place in a couple of months.
The chief minister recently claimed that CM dashboard has set a new record when it was viewed by about 10 lakh people in a span of just 40 days.

     ALMOST ALL THE MAIN AREAS HAVE BEEN
     COVERED IN AP CM DASHBOARD
  • Rainfall status
  • Street lights
  • Aadhaar enabled biometric
    attendance system
  • Ground water
  • Energy
  • NTR Bharosa
  • Praja sadhikara survey
  • Ease of doing business
  • MGNREGS
  • Agriculture and Allied sector
  • Civil supplies
  • Commercial taxes
  • Excise
  • Finance
  • Forest
  • Health, medical and family
    welfare
  • Higher education
  • Housing
  • ITE & C
  • Krishna pushkaram
  • Labour
  • MA & UD
  • Mr Brick – My Amaravati
  • Panchayat Raj
  • Police
  • Registration & stamps
  • Revenue
  • Roads and buildings
  • Rural development
  • School education
  • Tourism
  • Water resource
  • Welfare department
  • Women and Child Welfare

 

The viewers are virtually flooding to the CM dashboard for any official and authentic information as the visitors count, which was around 20 lakh in September, had touched 30 lakh by October last year. This means that 10 lakh visitors in just 40 days with average viewers of 25000 per day.
All the 34 departments have been sharing day-to-day information including progress of work in roads, irrigation canals, attendance of employees, rainfall data, ground water level and even liquor sales.
Performance of street lighting in all the municipalities in the state have also been linked to the dashboard.

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