New Delhi: The Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) under the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology, has launched the ‘eTaal’ Dashboard for providing a real-time aggregated view of e-Services being delivered across different States and levels of government.
‘eTaal’ provides an aggregated view of e-Transactions performed through e-Governance applications implemented including, but not limited to, the projects of national importance like 31 Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) defined under National e-Governance Plan (NeGP). ‘eTaal’ automatically pulls the e-Transaction count from applications integrated with it using Web Services technology.
The dashboard also facilitates quick analysis of transaction data of various applications in tabular as well as graphical form enabling the user to drill down to the lowest level of detail without compromising on the privacy of the service-seeker or the security and integrity of the application software.
‘eTaal’ has been in nation-wide operation since January 2013 and 2,267 e-Services from 21 Central Ministries and all 35 States and UTs have been linked to the dashboard with over 286 crore e-Transactions recorded till February 28, 2014. This reflects the Government-wide acceptability of the initiative in terms of its utility and importance. The top five States integrating their transactions on ‘eTaal’ are Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and Haryana.
Nineteen MMPs namely Income Tax (IT), MCA 21, Passport, Immigration , Visa and Foreigners Registration and Tracking (IVFRT), Pension, Agriculture , Commercial Taxes, e–District, Employment Exchange, Land records, Municipalities, Gram Panchayats, Road Transport, Treasuries, CSC, DGFT, e-Courts, e-Procurement, Public Distribution System (PDS) have been integrated with ‘e-Taal’.
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