Presentation on theme: "A move from E-Governance to G- Governance (http://gis.up.nic.in) G.P. Singh Technical Director National Informatics Centre, Govt. of India Kendriya Bhawan."— Presentation transcript:
A move from E-Governance to G- Governance (http://gis.up.nic.in) G.P. Singh Technical Director National Informatics Centre, Govt. of India Kendriya Bhawan Lucknow firstname.lastname@example.org (0522)2330403,2330397,09415085934(M) SRISHTI
Huge amount of digitized Data (spatial or non spatial) available Data stored in various forms (databases, flat files, etc.) Reports and graphs are generated from set of digitized data stored in well-defined format Introduction
Combination of reports and graphs are tools of any MIS Effective MIS becomes part of E- Gov to serve more and more people Introduction
Challenges Different data on same attributes Drawing inference on tabular data is a bit time taking Absence of same values on common attributes
Challenges Some times similar works executed by different departments due to absence of common data repository Many times it is also felt that there is potential difference in actual requirement and Schemes formulated by Govt.
Plans are prepared by Govt. under various schemes comprising data represented in form of tables and graphs for development to reduce regional imbalances This can be depicted on maps in better way Roll of GIS in E-Gov
Geographical position of the resources or problem areas can be visualized in better way by GIS. Thus integration of GIS with MIS is required for facilitating good and better Governance Roll of GIS in E-Gov
SRISHTI Web based GIS framework “Srishti” http://gis.up.nic.in
SRISHTI NIC UP launched ‘SRISHTI’ for linking up non-spatial data with spatial data in the beginning of 2009 Village polygon is smallest unit to zoom-in and identified by unique census code
SRISHTI Polygon for Blocks, Tehsils, Districts, Divisions and State have been generated by clubbing village boundary polygons on respective standard codes Easy to change maps quickly on creation of new district, block, etc.
Seamless maps generation of Districts from Block/Tehsil/ Village level WGS84 datum has been used for all the layers Simple use of map tools like Zoom in, zoom out, panning, etc. SRISHTI
Point information linked with non-spatial data Map generation on the fly based on the parameter selection Easy to overlay any layer on same datum WGS84 SRISHTI
Spatial Data stored in the GIS enabled Database (RDBMS) for better data management Integration of the village layer with non-spatial data of various schemes running in the village SRISHTI
Integration of GPS survey data with existing boundary layers Dynamic generation of legends and map headings SRISHTI
Rapid development of Web GIS applications with minimum cost of GIS infrastructure Village search on the maps Integration with Google map SRISHTI
22 layers prepared by Remote Sensing Application Centre under NRIS project are hosted on web Registered users can view NRIS data SRISHTI
Applications Census data and Village Mapping Digital Diary of Ambedkar Village Mapping Drinking Water Source mapping SP integration with Village Maps to show amenities distances from villages Many more…….
Ambedkar Village Mapping Scheme executed by State Govt for development of the villages by allocating funds for infrastructure development Under this scheme those villages are selected and called as ‘Ambedkar Gram’ which has got more population of the people belongs to socially weaker section.
Ambedkar Village Mapping SRISHTI is being used to show all Ambedkar Villages on district maps Different colors for showing year-wise selection of villages Village polygon attached with supporting data of schemes details
Ambedkar Village Mapping Details of scheme and beneficiaries supported with photographs, which can be viewed by public. Macro view of all Ambedkar villages in different years on district map along with micro details of the scheme including beneficiary and assets photos
Ambedkar Village Mapping It can be further extended to ground survey of assets (road, drainage system, hand pumps, building, etc) and overlaying on village layer for better transparency and monitoring of any scheme
Conclusion Lot of decisions can be taken legitimately if presented on one sheet of paper instead of spreading in multiple pages of the report. ‘SRISHTI’ will certainly give a way to think of GIS in regular decision making and establish a transparent system for removing all the regional disparities.