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
managed by Centre for e-Governance (CeG) are broadly classified as follows:
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.
The enterprise applications such as HRMS,
e-Procurement and Sachivalayavahini that cuts across various
Departments, Users, Citizens, etc.
Offers UID enrolment to residents of Karnataka State
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 of the Society are :-
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
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