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Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) was constituted with a view to protect the environment, prevent and control pollution in the State of Gujarat. GPCB is the main beneficiary of the Xtended Green Node (XGN) software. The XGN system ensures effective monitoring and inspections of hazardous, bio-medical waste generation, treatment and its eventual disposal and issue of pollution control certificates to that effect.
RAJNISH MAHAJAN, AMIT D SHAH
Tripura, a landlocked hilly state, bounded on the north, west, south and south-east by Bangladesh and in the east with Assam and Mizoram, has a tropical climate and the main languages spoken are Bengali and kokborok. Rice is the principal crop followed by oilseed, pulses, potato and sugarcane. High quality timber including sal, garjan, teak, and Gamar are found abundantly in the forests of Tripura. Natural gas based industry, tourism, bamboo based handicrafts, rubber and tea plantations are some of the potential industries of the state.
CHAYAN KANTI DHAR
e-Governance has received a tremendous boost in India and that gave National Informatics Centre, the inspiration to institute the Web Ratna Awards, an initiative to acknowledge the exemplary initiatives in e-Governance using the medium of World Wide Web.
NIC HQ
Located in the north-west region of Maharashtra, Jalgaon is famous across the world for its world famous tourist and heritage site Ajanta Caves which is about 50 kms from the district headquarters. Owing to its main crop of Banana the district is also known as Capital of Banana and has a population of around 4 million. The district has excellent rail and road connectivity and is a central destination to reach out to major places in India
Moiz Hussain, Pramod D Borole
The vision of the Administration is to create a knowledge based society, wherein every citizen of Chandigarh is able to access the benefits of our programmes and services through I.T. and I.T. enabled facilities. e-Governance is the most significant aspect of the I.T. Policy of Chandigarh Administration which is a medium for effective interaction between the Administration and the people so that exchange of information and access to government is convenient, leading to a better quality of life.
Vivek Verma

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