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Financial Accounting System (FAS) facilitates the departments effectively manage the funds of all Central and State sponsored schemes. Receipt, payment and adjustment vouchers are generated through this web-based software. Various roles and privileges are created for the Accounts Officers and Accountants of each Department. The Departments can monitor fund receipts and expenditure through an integrated view generated by the system.
Dr. Y. Satyanarayana Murty, T. Sridhar Sharma
 
The Panchayati Raj functions as a system of governance in which Gram Panchayats are the basic unit of local administration. The system has three levels - Gram Panchayat (Village level), Block Samiti or Panchayat Samiti (Block level) and Zila Parishad (District level). Mahari (My) Panchayat comprises with macro level database of over 70000 elected representatives of PRIs in Haryana for enabling access to these representatives through Web Portal and Android based Mobile App, which is freely downloadable from Google play store.
Ghan Shyam Bansal, M.P. Kulshreshtha
 
WAMSI, developed by National Informatics Centre has been implemented at the State/UTs Waqf Boards of India is based on GIS technologies which uses historical satellite imageries of Waqf properties. WAMSI is used to identify land encroachments and tackle the challenges thus caused. About 5 lakh immovable properties have been added so far to this system. The GPS coordinates collection from field work has been initiated with the introduction of GIS feature of WAMSI.
S.B. Singh, Naeem Ahmed
 
The NIC District Unit of Hamirpur District was setup in 1989 and the unit has helped in making tremendous strides towards empowering district administration with ICT tools, spreading IT culture besides the development and implementation of numerous ICT applications. Popularly known as Veer Bhoomi, This is the most literate district of the State, well connected by roads from all sides.
Vinod Kumar Garg, Bhupinder Singh
 
The CCBS, developed by NIC is a key lever for financial inclusion support to the rural population through DBT, MGNREGA Payments, scholarships, inclusion of various schemes such as PMJDY etc. CCBS facilitates easy monitoring of fund disbursement to the targeted beneficiaries account and maintains updated position of funds.
IPS Sethi, O.P. Gupta

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