Status of MMPs
CENTRAL MISSON MODE PROJECTS
- The data pertaining to use of Registration and Returns modules in Automation of Central Excise (ACES) are as under:
- Number of Central Excise Registration Applications filed: 1,90,676 (1.91 lakh)
- Number of Central Excise Returns filed: 79,17,669 (79.18 lakh)
- Number of Service Tax Registration Applications filed: 18,48,624 (18.49 lakh)
- Number of Service Tax Returns filed: 79,17,669 (79.18 lakh)
- Number of Claims and Intimations: 4,89,510 (4.90 lakh)
- Number of Refund Claims filed in ACES: 4,89,510 (4.90 lakh)
- Number of e-Challans for Payment of Taxes: 4,95,39,053 (4.95 Crore)
- Approx 29.09 lakh Registered assesses and approx. 24,000 Departmental officers are covered by these services.
- New proposals that are announced in the Budget 2015& 2016 are implemented like: Two-day registration in case of all Central Excise and Service Tax assesssees; Simplified registration procedure for Jewellery manufacturers; Introduction of new levy namely Swachh Bharat Cess under Service tax and Infrastructure Cess under Central Excise
Approved Budget for the Financial year 2015-2016:
Expenditure for the Financial year 2015-2016 (till 31.03.2016)
Total Expenditure incurred till 31.03.2016
i. DAR&PG is required to regularly monitor the implementation of the e-Office projects on a regular basis. It had organized a Workshop on 24.09.2015 with the intention to sensitize, the Indian Administrative Service Officers of the 2013 Batch, who have been recently deputed to the Central Ministries/Departments as Assistant Secretaries on deputation basis, can play a pivotal role for initiating faster implementation of the e-Office. The Officials of all the Central Ministries/Departments were also invited for the workshop. The workshop was inaugurated by MOS (PP).
ii. Ministry of Panchayati Raj has move to 100% e-Office Platform. Ministry of Rural Development is on 80% e-Office platform and MSME is on 50% e-Office Platform. DAR&PG is reaching near 50% level. It has been targeted that from 6th June, 2016 the office will become in terms of e-Office. Some of the Ministries/Departments have on their own have taken action for implementation of e-Office without the assistance of NIC/NICSI for example Ministry of Railways. The latest position on status of implementation of e-Office is available with the NIC.
iii. Recently the MOS (PP) has written to all the Union Ministers requesting them that their offices under the Ministry should be move onto e-Office Mode in the earliest possible manner.
iv. Fresh review of the implementation of e-Office at Secretary (AR&PG) will be organized shortly.
v. During 2016-17 an amount of Rs.1.00 crore has only been provided to DAR&PG for implementation of e-Office.
i. Portal launched on 30th March 2007.
ii. Training imparted to officials of Ministries/Departments in regards to operation of Centralised Pension grievance and Monitoring System (CPENGRAMS)
iii. 43 Pensioners’ Associations across the country identified to be associated with the implementation of ‘Pensioners Portal’. Efforts are on to identify 7 more Pensioners associations.
iv. Revised pension calculator according to DOPPW OM dated 28.01.2013 regarding revision of pension of pre-2006 pensioners, has been developed and available on the website.
v. Awareness programme on pensioners portal held in 17 outstation locations in 16 states – the last being at Ahmadabad on 18/10/2015.
vi. Training program on pension related matters held – the last being on at 21/09/2015 at ISTM for 73 participants from 43 Ministries/Departments Hon’ble MOS(PP) inaugurated this programme.
vii. Assessment form, Pending Grievance form, return back cases form and case report form has been updated as per the requirements.
viii. User registration in Discussion Forum is in progress. It is proposed that SMS on various updated information will be sent to the registered users of the forum.
ix. A Software (Bhavishya) available at “Bhavishya.nic.in” started for providing online tracking of pension and other retirement benefits sanctioning process developed. The Project at present is implemented through 89 Ministries/Departments and 285 attached and subordinate officers under various Ministries/Departments.
x. An initiative called ‘Anubhav’ started on the behest of Hon’ble Prime Minister in February, 2015 to provide a platform for the retiring Central Government Employees to showcase their experience and garner resources for retiring employees to the nation building post retirement. The best write-ups earn Annual Awards.
xi. The stake holder awareness is high with over 37.24 lacs hits on the Portal. The scope of the project has further vastly increased with the inclusion of “Sankalp” – A software developed for channelizing experience and skills of Pensioners in to meaningful social/welfare activities. Facebook page on “Sankalp” was started in July, 2014.
i. e-Bhasha MMP is proposed to be implemented in two phases. Phase I viz pilot phase will cover Localisation of select MMPs as a test case and will focus on upgradation & adaptation of technologies developed under TDIL Programme for deployment across EGOV MMPs, capacity building of EGOV developers, Localisation ecosystem development etc.
ii. Based on the success of implementation of Phase I, DPR of Phase II of e-Bhasha MMP will be prepared to detail the Strategy, Roadmap and the Guidelines for implementation.
iii. Two MMPs viz Agriculture 2.0 and e-District have been identified as pilot MMPs to localize selected services and toolkits for e-gov developers with rollout of LPMF and Machine Translation for website translation
iv. Requirement gathering w.r.t. Agriculture MMP has been completed and we are in process of collecting requirements of eDistrict MMP. Project Proposal is expected to be finalised by July end and e-Bhasha Pilot Phase may be approved by September, 2016.
i. In the meeting of Select Council of Mission Leaders on 3rd November, 2015 JS, MoUD informed that the current envisaged scope of Urban Governance MMP is same as that of eMunicipalities MMP, for which approval has been obtained and guidelines have been issued for implementation by the States.
i. Web based Judicial services are being provided in all States Out of total 14,249 courts approved for computerization, more than 14,000 courts (95%) have already been computerized.
ii. Real time case status of more than 6.5 crore pending and disposed off cases available on National Judicial Data Grid (NJDG) enables policy planning, court & case management and citizen centric services.
iii. More than 29 crore transactions recorded through eTaal since inception.
iv. Video Conferencing equipment delivered at more than 800 locations.
v. Training of 14000 Judicial Officers and 4000 court officials undertaken.
i. The eBiz platform with License & Permit Wizard, Payment gateway facilitating payment through Internet banking, Credit & Debit card and ePAO solution for centralized booking and reconciliation of all Central Government receipts & payments along with Twenty Central Government service has been launched with fourteen services of Andhra Pradesh Government, 14 services for Govt. of Odisha and two services of Govt. of NCT of Delhi.
ii. Three joined-up (L3) services named INC7 with 7 services, INC29 with 5 services and 5 services under Labour act of Ministry of Labor & employment has been launched. The portal can be accessed through www.ebiz.gov.in.
iii. During the year it is planned to integrate 7 additional services related to Central Government departments and roll-out of State services in the remaining pilot states (A Common Application Form for 14 services is expected to be integrated). Approved Budget :Rs. 11.00 crore (for 2016-17) Expenditure till date: NIL
i. State Data Centers / Alternate data centers are operational in 32 States/UTs. Disaster Recovery Centers are located at New Delhi, Pune and Hyderabad.
ii. New version of Common Application Software (CAS) is under development and testing.
iii. In addition to CAS, six specialized solutions and infrastructure (Automatic Finger Print Identification System, Fingerprint Enrolment Device, Automatic Facial Recognition System, CAD based PCR-Traffic Management System and Automatic Vehicle Location System, Mobile Data Terminals and GIS based Crime Analytic Systems) are also being considered for implementation to enable and enhance investigating capabilities. RFPs preparation is complete and under approval process. iv. About 73% of Police Stations and Higher offices are connected to their respective State Data Centers.