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Petitioners can now register a case online and track its status. Cause list is generated dynamically, which is published on the portal after approval by the competent authority. Hearing Notice is served online to the petitioner/ advocate and opponents by way of SMS, e-mail and physically through the Tahsildar concerned.
HOT DAK Tracking System was conceived and developed for online tracking of important and High Priority References across the Offices to monitor and achieve timely disbursal of References.
Vinod Kumar Garg, Bhupinder Singh
NIC Manipur has been providing ICT services to the Council of Higher Secondary Education, Manipur (COHSEM) since the year 2003. In the year 2004, the Application software for omputerization of the entire process of examinations conducted under this council was developed and the results of these examinations were declared and made available through the exams portal Moreover, various result reports such as Provisional mark sheets, Subject wise toppers list, Top 25 ranked students etc were made available through web, which was of tremendous help to the students, especially to those living far away from Imphal.
The Directorate of Government Examinations conducts massive board examinations, for which they issue about Eight lakhs of Higher Secondary Course Certificates, Twelve lakhs of Secondary School Leaving Certificates and Fifty thousand Diplomas for Elementary Education every year. The National Informatics Centre, Tamil Nadu State Centre has designed and developed an Online Marks Certificates Verification System to provide easy access to the Secured Verification Services for Government, Public and Private Organizations. The system is set to verify about twenty lakhs certificates per annum.
National Informatics Centre (NIC) unit at NITI Aayog has been actively involved in development and implementation of various e-Governance applications. Internship Management System is one such initiative to facilitate engagement of Indian Nationals as Interns in NITI Aayog. The system ensures a convenient and transparent procedure for selecting these young individuals. The applications were made available online and a proper method for scrutinizing and selecting appropriate candidates, based on their academic records were incorporated in the online system. The new system replaced the ongoing tedious process of manually receiving applications and making the final selections. This online system was implemented successfully and three batches were selected for May to September 2015 Internship.

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