About Us

 

Welcome to the website of the e-Governance Centre. The Government of Karnataka is a pioneer and exemplary model in the governance of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and is active in implementing e-governance initiatives in the country. The Centre for e-Governance (CeG)established in the year 2006 by the Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (DPAR), Government of Karnataka. It is an autonomous and independent body set up for conceptualizing, implementing and monitoring various e-Governance initiatives in Karnataka. The Centre has been established under the Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960 and its area of operation is spread across the entire State of Karnataka.

The Centre for e-Governance is unique as it is placed in the Department of Personnel & Administrative Reforms (DPAR) which directly reports to the Chief Minister.

Over the past few years, CeG has contributed immensely by helping the citizens of Karnataka to reap the benefits of Information and Technology (IT). CeG has also spread its wings to various innovative projects with the help of e-Governance to ensure that the common man gets access to the benefits and schemes rolled out by the State Government.

CeG has also helped the State Government to set up two state-of-the-art data centers, MPLS technology-based Karnataka State Wide Area Network (KSWAN) and core applications such as e-procurement and HRMS.

 

About CEG

The Centre for e-Governance is a Society setup by the Department of Administrative Reforms (DPAR), Government of Karnataka, under the Karnataka Societies Registration Act 1960. The area of operation of the society extends to whole of Karnataka State.  The Society was established in the year 2006. The Centre for e-Governance is an autonomous and independent body set up for conceptualizing, implementing and monitoring of various e-Governance initiatives in Karnataka.

 

Projects managed by Centre for e-Governance

     Projects managed by Centre for e-Governance (CeG) are broadly classified as follows:

 

Core Infrastructure Projects

   

These projects namely SDC, KSWAN, SecLAN, M1, Mailing Service and SSDG, etc., act as underlying foundation or pillars on which all the e-Governance projects in the state can run and operate.

 

 Core Enterprise Applications

    

The enterprise applications such as HRMS, e-Procurement and Sachivalayavahini that cuts across various Departments, Users, Citizens, etc.

 

 Citizen Delivery Services

    

Offers UID enrolment to residents of Karnataka State

 

 Capacity Building

To build specific competencies and expertise among Government personnel in implementing and managing e-Governance Projects.

To assist Government Departments in Planning and implementing e Governance initiatives.

 

Objectives

The core objectives of the Society are :-

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To facilitate rapid and effective use of Information Technology for the benefit of common man

 

To conceive, implement and monitor various e-Governance projects in the state in order to achieve the goal of the State  Government to take IT to the common man

 

To provide technical support to various Government Departments and entities in their IT projects

 

Web-based Centralized Data storage and management

 

Citizen centric services of information, services and goods

 

To co-ordinate with the Government Departments and entities as well as undertake a few critical projects that are likely to be useful to more than one Department.

 

Last Updated: 21-07-2020 11:03 AM Updated By: Admin