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The post office in India has evolved over the decades; it has come a long way from physical transmission of human emotions to electronic mails. The long wait for the friendly postman to deliver Money order has taken a new avatar of Instant Money Order. India Post had to redesign its services and introduce various premium services in the wake of Telecommunication revolution. In the midst of this transformation; the post office is still one of the most trusted names across the country with vast potentials largely untapped and unexplored.
Dr. (Mrs.) Shefali Dash
The Department of Information Technology, Jharkhand was formed nearly five years ago. During these years we have implemented large number of ICT projects in sectors like Finance (Treasury & GPF), Transport, Jails, Commercial Tax, Registration, Municipal Corporation, Land Records etc. Moreover Jharkhand was among the first in the country to set up SWAN (Jhar-Net). Video Conferencing & IP Telephony facility over Jhar-Net has been successful with high utilization. We have also set up a Data centre at Ranchi where most of the applications are hosted. At present we are working towards strengthening our Data Centre for better management of e-governance projects to provide efficient and timely service. We have also established Jharkhand Space Application Centre (JSAC) to leverage technology in the area of Space Application for the benefit of the people. The state is blessed with abundant natural resources hence the importance of space application technology assumes greater significance.
Prashant Belwariar
Judgments passed in the High Court of Karnataka are a rich source of information for many stakeholders. There was a strong need for making this treasure accessible freely and effortlessly. This is the first initiative in India to use open source tools for handling electronic judgments.
Veena P Oak, Vaijayanti Vaidya, Suresh Meti
National Informatics Centre (NIC), Manipur State Centre was assigned to develop a computerized application for management of govt. employees, which would help state administration overcome the difficulties stated above. NIC Manipur designed & developed CPIS (Computerisation of Personnel Information System) to meet the challenge.
M Budhimala
Madhya Pradesh, the second largest State of India having 50 districts & 313 Blocks, is home to a rich cultural heritage and has practically everything; innumerable monuments, large plateau, spectacular mountain ranges, meandering rivers and miles and miles of dense forests offering a unique and exciting panorama of wildlife in sylvan surroundings. ICT has a vital & challenging role to play in streamlining the Governance in the State. The State is fast emerging as a major destination for the IT industry with lot of activity on e-Governance in recent years.
M. Vinayak Rao, Sanjay Hardikar

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