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National Informatics Centre was entrusted the responsibility of computerisation of Central Excise Commissionerates, Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC), Ministry of Finance throughout the country in the year 1991. The first version was released in November 1991. Over the period, the SERMON evolved through various stages and now covers all the 93 Commissionerates and its 450 Divisions across India utilising the technological advances.
B.Koti Reddy
Assam - popularly called the land of red river and blue hills, famous for its tea and one-horned rhinoceros, dominated by the mighty river Brahmaputra, is the gateway to the northeastern India. The state has a large number of tribes each unique in it's tradition, culture, dresses and exotic way of life. The people of Assam have traditionally been craftsmen. Artists, sculptors, masons, weavers, spinners, potters, goldsmiths, artisans of ivory, wood, bamboo, cane and hide. Assam is renowned for its exquisite silks namely Eri, Pat and Muga silk.
Deepak Goswami, Tasiruddin Ahmad
 
Jalna district erstwhile a part of Aurangabad district was formed on 1st May 1981 by carving out Jalna, Bhokardan, Jafrabad, Ambad tahsils of Aurangabad district and Partur tahsil of Parbhani district.This commercial city of Marathwada well-known for its Hybrid Seed industries, Steel rerolling mills, Agro based industries has set an example by implementing various ICT initiatives and computerised services viz., Kiosk Based citizen interface.
Moiz Hussain Ali
Hazaribag- literally meaning City of Thousand Gardens, is situated at 2019 ft above the sea level in the North Chotanagpur Plateau. Congenial salubrious climate, abundant flora, fauna, wildlife sanctuary, lakes and hills have attracted tourists to this place since long and is also considered as a health resort. The district town is located 90 kms north of Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand. About 45 percent of the area is covered by forest comprising medicinal plants, trees, Leopards, bears, exotic birds etc. Minerals like mica and coal are in found in abundance.
Shailendra Kumar Deo
 
My tryst with computerisation started as Chairperson in the Tamil Nadu Teachers Recruitment Board (TRB). The main job of the TRB is recruiting teachers for schools as well as for colleges. The manner in which candidates were evaluated gave room to manipulation. All data was available to anyone for asking and there was no confidentiality. Therefore I decided to create a database which would be accessible only to the Chairperson and the Controller of Examinations.
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