About KRDH

Welcome to Centre for e-Governance website, The Government of Karnataka (GoK) is a pioneer in leveraging information and communication technology (ICT) for better governance and is at the forefront of implementation of electronic-Governance (e-Governance) initiatives in the country. The Centre for e-Governance is a nodal agency created in the year 2006, under the Societies Registration, Act, to steer the e-governance policies and strategies in the state. It is the custodian of the e-governance core infrastructure and basic administrative reform based applications created in the state. As of now the state can boast of state-of-art two Data Centres, MPLS technology based Karnataka State Wide Area Network and core applications such as e- procurement and HRMS. The Directorate of Electronic Delivery of Citizen Services (ECDS) looks after the Nemmadi, Bangalore 1 and Karnataka1 Citizen Service Centres.




  1. CeG works with Government Departments, Private and Public Organisations and other to analyse key issues in e-Governance, identify solutions, and help develop action plans.

  2. CeG do the groundwork for providing overall direction, standardization and consistency through program management of the e-Governance initiatives in the State both Central and State funded.

  3. CeG provides support to the Government departments in all interdependencies, overlaps, conflicts, standards, overreaching architecture, security, legal aspects et-cetera, across projects as well as core and support infrastructure shared across several projects.

  4. CeG also work as storehouse of knowledge and best practices in e-Governance both nationally and internationally. CeG may take up implementations of pilot or other projects, including technology demonstrators.

  5. CeG aims to be a world class institution to guide governance reforms through use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Karnataka, other states of India and developing world at large by harnessing powers of ICTs, knowledge and people for good governance.

  6. CeG act as a think tank and help translate the Government goals, objectives and policy priorities into tangible reform action through use of ICTs.

  7. CeG creates a bank of best practices, methodologies and tools in successful e-Governance applications.



  1. Bhoomi – Land digitisation.

  2. Kaveri – Property Registration.

  3. Khajane – Financial Management.

  4. E Procurement – Procurement of works, goods and services.

  5. HRMS – An integrated solution for management of all G2E services.

  6. SDC – First State to set up a Data Centre, as far as back in 2005 – enabling hosting of application and services of Government Departments.

  7. KSWAN – 1st and the only State in the country with MPLS network, that provides better traffic reengineering and security for government work..

  8. B-TRAC – Automation of the traffic management in Bangalore – first of its kind.

  9. AASTHI - Digital database of all the properties in all ULBs.

  10. Nemmadi – Rural citizen service centres with 43 G2C services.

  11. Bangalore One – A “One-Stop, Non-Stop shop” for G2C and B2C services.



Sri. H L Prabhakar
Project Director, UID & KRDH.

TTMC, BMTC, B-Block, 2nd floor, Shanthinagar,
Bangalore 560 027
Tel: +91 080 22373840
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