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Road Ahead Positioning NSDG in various e-Governance Projects

Below are the scenarios where NSDG (and State level Gateways SSDGs) are being positioned. These are just the initial set of e-Governance projects where NSDG in being positioned. There are many more to come.

 

1. Interfacing MCA with NSDG for PAN and Trademarks Data Verification

MCA21 has a requirement to interface with CBDT to verify the PAN data and interface with DIPP to verify the Trademarks data. This verification needs to be done at the application level, doing away with the manual intervention of keying-in the username and password and verifying the PAN data and trademarks data manually.

For CBDT and DIPP, this kind of requests can also emanate from other departments in future. To ensure scalability, inter-departmental data exchange, inter-operability, security, availability of audit and transaction logs along with time-stamping it is a good idea to interface with NSDG once and for all. This will also provide them with access to data (as consumers) from other departments which they may require at some time in future as delivery of government services electronically gain ground.

 

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Interfacing MCA with NSDG for PAN and Trademarks Data Verification

 

2. eBiz Platform for G2B services with NSDG as the Core Middleware

The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP), Government of India has been pursuing eBiz Project, whose main purpose is to create a one-stop-shop of convenient and efficient online G2B services to the business community, by reducing the complexity in obtaining information and services related to starting businesses in India, and dealing with licenses and permits across the business life-cycle.

NSDG is being positioned in the architecture as the core messaging middleware for inter-operability

 

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 eBiz Platform for G2B services with NSDG as the core middleware

 

3. Passport Ensuring Inter-Operability with NSDG

Consular, Passport and Visa (CPV) division of the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) is responsible for issuance of Passports to Indian Citizens. The MMP on Passports, named Passport Seva Project, aims at providing all the Passport-related services to the citizens in a speedy, convenient and transparent manner.

While the Passport-Seva project architecturally has its own domain-specific gateway for its messaging needs, by ensuring interoperability of this domain-specific gateway with NSDG, it ensures that the passport services are a part of the Constellation of Gateways being envisaged across the country and that the services and data are extensible to multiple front-end delivery channels and other departments as and when the need arise.

 

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 Passport ensuring inter-operability with NSDG

 

4. MCA21 Ensuring Inter-Operability with NSDG

Keeping in tune with the eGovernance initiatives the world over, Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA), Government of India, has initiated MCA21 project, which has enabled an easy and secure access to MCA services in a manner that best suits the corporate entities and professionals, besides public at large. The MCA21 project is designed to fully automate all processes related to the proactive enforcement and compliance of the legal requirements under the Companies Act, 1956. The mca.gov.in(External website that opens in a new window) portal is the single point of contact for all MCA related services, which can be easily accessed over the Internet by all the users from a place as per their convenience.

By ensuring inter-operability with NSDG, MCA will ensure that its services can be extended to businesses via multiple front-end delivery channels, and other value-added services can be offered which are over and above the base services offered by MCA21 currently.

 

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MCA21 ensuring inter-operability with NSDG

 

5. e-District Enabling Delivery of Common Services Through State Gateways

e-District is a state mission-mode project under the National e-governance Plan. The project aims to target certain high volume services currently not covered by any MMP under the NeGP and undertake backend computerization to enable delivery of these services through Common Services Centers. The implementation strategy of eDistrict is suitable taking into account the infrastructure currently being created under NeGP such as SWANs, SDCs, CSCs and the State e-Governance Service Delivery Gateways (SSDGs).

 

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e-District enabling delivery of common services through State Gateways

 

6. State Portals e-Submission of Forms and Status Enquiry for Applications Through the Gateway

The various Central and State Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP) are under different phases of project conceptualization, design and implementation. The idea is to develop a framework for speedy realization of benefits under NeGP, and in a way so that the various other MMPs can utilize this framework as and when they are in operational phase. Under this plan, the State Portals will host all the forms for various Government Services accessible to citizens in the state. A citizen will be able to download the forms through the various CSC outlets and submit his/her application electronically. This submitted form will be routed intelligently by the State e-Governance Service Delivery Gateway (SSDG) to the respective field office in the state responsible for providing that particular service. The Gateway will guarantee assured delivery of the request from the citizen to the government department and the acknowledgement of successful submission from department to the citizen. A citizen will be able to query the status of his/her application at a later point in time. This request/ response again will be realized through the SSDG.

 

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State Portals e-Submission of forms and Status enquiry for applications through the Gateway

 

7. Delhi Online Ensuring Interoperability with NSDG

The Department of Information Technology, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) along with NIC has developed a Government Web Portal providing various information and services to the citizens and businesses. This portal will provide services from 22 departments with a middleware in place for meeting messaging and inter-operability needs. Integrating this Jeevan portal solution with NSDG, it will become the part of the constellation of Gateways, enabling delivery of services through multiple front-end delivery channels, enable inter-departmental data-exchange and foster value-added and joined-up services to be provided by third party portals.

 

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 Delhi Online ensuring interoperability with NSDG

 

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