The following activities are under taken by the e-Governance Department.
objective of the e-Governance Department is to render service "from
anywhere, anytime & any device". In this endeavor providing
services through mobile has been formulated and 3000+services are
The Project was
started during the year 2005 with the object of providing various
citizen services under a single roof. These centres provide services
like payment of bills, corporation taxes, Booking of travelling
tickets, re totaling of PUC answer papers etc.,
One centres have been established on the Bangalore One model in
tier-two cities of the state, namely Hubli-Dharwad, Shimoga, Belgaum,
Bellary, Mysore, Mangalore, Davanagere, Gulbarga and Tumkur.
objective of Aadhar Project is to give Unique Identification Numbers to
all the residents of the state numbering about six crores. With the
implementation of this project, the public services are expected to
reach the targeted population more effectively and systematically.
Resident Data Hub (KRDH) would essentially be a repository of all the
government services availed by each citizen of the state. This data hub
will be populated with the beneficiary identifying key from the seeded
department's database against the UID of an authenticated citizen.
is aimed to enhance transparency, accountability and reliability in all
Government procurement activities. Use of e-Procurement platform has
been made mandatory with effect from 03.12.2012 for all Government
departments and organizations to purchase goods, obtain services or
undertake construction works through e-Procurement platform in respect
of every procurement/tender, the value of which exceeds Rs.5.00 lakhs.
Human Resource Management System covers automating all the Human
resource functions like leave, transfer payroll, administration and
service proceedures of the Government. The scheme, which started in
2006 with assistance from the world Bank, has achieved many milestones.
State Wide Area Network (KSWAN) is providing a reliable/resilient and a
secure backbone to meet the information requirements and associated
services. KSWAN is connected in three levels of connectivity from the
state up to the district and Taluka levels. The primary purpose of
KSWAN is to act as a backbone for all "Data", "Voice" and "Video"
services across the State.
Karnataka State Data Centre is a key supporting element of e-Governance
initiatives and business for delivering services to the citizens with
greater reliability, availability and serviceability. It enables
various state departments to host their services / applications on a
common infrastructure. The state has two data centres, the first of
which was started in 2005 and the second went live in 2010.
Secretariat Local Area Network (Sec-LAN) was set up to interconnect all
the administrative departments housed in Vidhana Soudha, Vikasa Soudha
& M.S. Building. This Secretariat Local Area Network (Sec-LAN) is
extensively used by the Karnataka Government Secretariat to run various
e-Governance applications such as File Monitoring System, Letter
Monitoring System and Attendance Monitoring System apart from Intranet
objective of the Capacity Building Programme is to increase the
capacities of the internal resources of the Government in the area of
basic IT literacy skills, specific e Governance application use and
create awareness amongst Government personnel on the contemporary issues
in e Governance. The department conducts training programmes,
workshops and seminars to enhance knowledge and skills of the officers
and staff in various facets of e-Governance and ICT.
is one of the Machine Mode Project under National e-Governance Plan
(NeGP), with the Department of Information Technology (DIT), Government
of India (GOI) as the nodal Department, to be implemented by State
Government or their designated agencies. This MMP aims at electronic
delivery of Identified high volume citizen centric services, at district
and sub-district level, those are not part of any other MMP.
Common Service Centre (CSC) would provide high quality and cost
effective video, voice, data services, in the areas of e-Governance.
Highlight of the CSCs is that it will offer web-enabled e-Governance
services in rural areas.
department of e-Governance has been authorized to approve the annual
e-Governance Action plans clearly specifying the projects it would be
undertaking during the year of every department.
constituted under the chairmanship of the Principal Secretary/ Secretary
to Government, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms
(e-Governance) has the power to approve e-Governance projects costing
upto and equal to 1.00 (one) crore: and
The committee constituted
under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary has the power to approve
e-Governance projects costing over 1.00 (one) crore. (The
administrative department concerned should seek approval of Cabinet in
respect of every e-Governance project cleared by the committee under the
chairmanship of the Chief Secretary, if the cost of it exceeds Rs, 5.00