e-Jan Sampark project will enable residents to access information and avail of services from 70 e-Jan Sampark kiosks, which are to be set up in each sector and each village of Chandigarh, with ease and without any harassment. These Centers will also enable the citizen to submit their grievances at a common service centre and their quick redressal thereafter.
e-Jan Sampark project targets that the benefits of ICT should reach the masses, especially those who are without IT connectivity by providing easy dissemination of Information Services to a citizen and to deliver useful non transactional services (like registration of grievances) and applications seeking information under RTI for all departments at a easily accessible common place.
The type of services provided includes:
Visit http://www.chandigarh.gov.in/egov_jsmpk.htm for more information about e-Jan Sampark.
Project e-Sampark is a Department of Electronics and Information Technology initiative for the development, integration and maintenance of web-portal for various departments of the Administration for providing 'One-stop-shop' for 16 G2C services through 8 e-Sampark Centres. Project e-Sampark was initiated to bring together the services of all the departments under one single umbrella and give citizens of Chandigarh a “multi-service” - “single-window” experience apart from eradicating the undue harassment met by the citizens due to lack of transparency.
Vision and Objectives:
With this initiative the Administration was successful in providing a one stop solution at the e-Sampark Centres as various services, which were earlier available at independent places and sometimes resulted in duplication of work, are being delivered at these centres. The processing time has been minimised, as the efficiency of the service delivery system has been optimized by making it IT enabled thereby regarding eradicating the long queues and waiting hours for the public.
Visit http://www.chandigarh.gov.in/egov_esmpk.htm for more information about e-Sampark.
Continuing its commitment to bridge the digital divide, especially amongst the rural population, 17 e-Gram Sampark have been planned across all the villages of Union Territory of Chandigarh. The citizens will be able to use all the 15 G2C services, which are presently available to these Sampark Centres situated in the urban areas. Since these Centres would be providing the rural citizens an opportunity to have an access to the huge amount of information, using broadband connectivity, these Centres will emerge as Rural Knowledge Centres for the rural population, especially the disadvantaged. Information services in these Centres would be provided free of cost, on the lines of Jan Sampark Services. These Centres would also help the rural citizens in registering their grievances, apart from helping them fill their applications under RTI.
With the help of Department of Rural Development, 17 locations have been identified for setting up of these Centres. These include, Panchayat buildings lying unused and the Gram Sampark Centres will be set up after reconditioning these buildings. These Centres will also have safe drinking water facility, clean toilets, etc., as are available at the Sampark Centres and Jan Sampark Centres in the urban areas. Palsora, Maloya, Dadu Majra, Kajheri, Kishangarh, Mauli Jagran, Daria, Makhan Majra / Raipur Kalan, Raipur Khurd, Behlana, Hallo Majra, Khuda Jassu, Khuda Lahora, Khuda Alisher, Sarangpur, Kaimbwala & Dhanas villages would be covered under this initiative.
Visit http://www.chandigarh.gov.in/egov_gsmpk.htmfor more information about Gram Sampark.
This initiative enables the citizens to access information on a whole range of e-Sampark services from their mobile phones by simply sending an SMS. To avail the m-Sampark services, all that a citizen required to do is to SMS "SMENU" to 8888. A menu of services available will be sent back to him via an SMS, from where he/she can get the required information. The basic idea behind launching the m- Sampark service was to ensure that the citizen can get information about e-Sampark services from all possible information access mechanisms. With the wide reach of mobile phones, it is really convenient for the citizens to know of the different services through their cellular phones in absence of Internet connectivity.Presently the services provided through m-Sampark are:
Visit http://www.chandigarh.gov.in/egov_msmpk.htmfor more information about m-Sampark
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