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The coastal state of Goa known for its swaying palms, sunny beaches and progressive life style has not been far behind in the field of information technology. Having bagged the prestigious CSINIHILENT: Most Progressive e-Governed State Award in 2006-07 the last few years have seen Goa leapfrog into the cyber age.
Uttar Pradesh is the most populous state accounting for about 17 percent of the country's population. It is the fourth largest state in terms of size covering nearly 9 percent of the country's geographical area. With 72 districts and nearly 1 lakh villages the state is also larger than many countries of the world. However, it is a little known fact that UP was one of the first states to kick start ICT initiatives in eGovernance. UP already has a fully automated treasury system; the land records information is available on internet, land registry, transport, rural development, industry and many other sectors are already at advanced stages of computerization. UP is also leading in implementation of a number of NeGP projects such as eDistrict & SWAN.
Shri Jyoti Bhramar Tubid, a 1983 batch IAS officer of the state and posted as Principal Secretary, Department of Home, Govt. of Jharkhand. In an interview with us he reveals his views and plans about ICT specifically for the Department of Home & Police and in general about the present e-governance scenario in the state.
Prashant Belawariar
Stretching from snow-capped mountains in the north to the plains of the Brahmaputra valley in the south, endowed with vast forest cover, home to large number of fauna and flora, Arunachal Pradesh - the Land of Rising Sun has enough potential to become famous worldwide for eco-tourism. Itanagar the capital city, has many attractions for tourists like the state museum, the polo park, the Buddhist temple etc. The state has 26 major tribes and many sub tribes.The Adis famous for their dance -ponung, the Aptanis are settled agriculturists while the Buguns are gentle, hospitable and affectionate tribes to name a few.
Y. Junu Singh
Public Distribution of Food grains has always been an integral part of any State overall food policy. It has been evolved to reach the urban as well as the rural population in order to protect the consumers from the fluctuating and escalating price syndrome. TETRAPDS (Targeted Efficient Transparent Rationing and Allocation Public Distribution System) developed by NIC, Kerala is a comprehensive package for automating the activities of the Taluk Supply Offices, District Supply Offices and Commissionerate of Civil Supplies and improve the efficiency of the public Distribution system and enable the department to provide better services and reduce corruption.
Ajith Brahmanandan, Shatti Raj

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