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Launch of DARPAN-DM Dashboard by Honourable Chief Minister, HP

Ajay Singh Chahal, Himachal Pradesh ajay[dot]chahal[at]nic[dot]in
  |   Sep 10, 2017
Hon'ble Chief Minister Launching DARPAN-DM Dashboard

A View of the Officers present in NIT Hamirpur Auditorium during Launch

Sh. Virbhadra Singh, Hon’ble Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh launched the DARPAN DM Dashboard software interface on 4th September 2017 at Hamirpur. Sh. Anil Sharma, Hon’ble Minister for Rural Development, Sh. I.D.Lakhanpal, Chief Parliamentary Secretary, Sh. T.G. Negi, Principal Advisor to CM, Sh. Onkar Chand Sharma, Principal Secretary (Rural Development), Sh. Madan Chauhan, Deputy Commissioner and other dignitaries were present on the occasion.

Sh. Vinod Garg, DIO Hamirpur gave a brief presentation on the various features of the DARPAN software and how it will be useful to the Deputy Commissioner, Hamirpur for monitoring the progress of various schemes, projects, functions, grievances. He informed that all NIC Himachal Pradesh developed applications has been integrated with DARPAN as Key Performance Indicators. Sh. Bhupinder, ADIO was also present.

The DARPAN software, acronym for Dashboard for Analytical Review of Projects Across Nation, has been developed as a Product by National Informatics Centre to review the progress of Schemes, Plans, Projects, Applications etc. on a single dashboard. It has interfacing with highly configurable services where projects can be integrated using Web Services for scheduled data transmission. The national level projects like MGNREGA, Swacch Bharat, Urban Development Mission, PMGSY, Mid Day Meal etc are integrated in it. The software has interfaces for the Hon’ble Chief Minister, Secretary concerned, Divisional Commission and Deputy Commissioner. The Dashboard shows the relevant data to the respective Officers who are viewing it through their official Email account based login.

DARPAN can be used as a tool to transform complex government data into compelling visuals. It provides the district administration with a graphical dashboard for real-time, dynamic project monitoring without the need for coding or programming.

DARPAN also enhances analysis through data collection by consolidating multiple data sources into one centralized, easy-to-access platform. By identifying trends in data to gain enhanced perspectives of the district level projects, the dashboard allows users to personalize their view to prioritize the information they require.

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