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The broad objectives of the programme through the software is to reduce infant mortality rate (IMR), to improve the nutritional level of the child, to ensure completion of immunisation in children by tracking the proper growth of the individual child, and to reduce mother mortality rate (MMR) and reduce total fertility rate (TFR).
SANJAY KUMAR, SUPARNA BHATNAGAR, MANOJ SAXENA
As a major initiative, the Health and Family Welfare Department of the Government of Gujarat, has introduced a name based mother & child tracking information management system called "e-Mamta", in collaboration with NIC, Gujarat. One of the first of its kind, the system has been conceptualized and developed by NIC Gujarat and GoI has decided to replicate in all the other states of India.
RAJNISH MAHAJAN, ANAND I SHAH
Gujarat Pollution Control Board (GPCB) was constituted with a view to protect the environment, prevent and control pollution in the State of Gujarat. GPCB is the main beneficiary of the Xtended Green Node (XGN) software. The XGN system ensures effective monitoring and inspections of hazardous, bio-medical waste generation, treatment and its eventual disposal and issue of pollution control certificates to that effect.
RAJNISH MAHAJAN, AMIT D SHAH
 
NIC Rajasthan has developed and implemented the Pregnancy, Child Tracking & Health Services Management System (PCTS) for Medical, Health & Family Welfare Department, Govt. of Rajasthan, for improving its services right up to the grass root level (Health Sub centre). It is online software used as Planning & Management tool for improving health care services within Rajasthan.
INDU GUPTA, CHANDAN SEN
Central Government Health Scheme provides comprehensive health care to the families of Central Govt. Employees , Pensioners , MPs & Ex. MPs, Judges of Supreme Court of India and High Court of Delhi , etc., in 25 Cities including Delhi/NCR through 248 Allopathy Wellness Centres and polyclinics , AYUSH dispensaries , units and Laboratories. CGHS provides OPD consultation (including Specialist), provision of medicines, hospitalisation at Govt. and empanelled private hospitals and laboratories. There is also a provision for reimbursement. CGHS caters to about 32.5 Lakh beneficiaries all over India.
Vishwajeet Ringe, Sanjay Kr Gupta, Pawan Kr. Yadav

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