and to provide integrated services and not individual ones. Another important initiative pertains
to ‘Jeevan Praman’ that is, of providing an Aadhaar based digital life certificate for pensioners.
Over 88.72 lakh pensioners have registered on the portal and over 77.04 lakh digital life
certificates have been successfully processed since its launch.
A ‘Digital Locker system’ has also been envisaged to serve as a platform to enable citizens
to securely share their documents with service providers who can directly access them
electronically. ‘e-sign’ framework has been released, which would allow citizens to digitally sign
a document online using Aadhaar authentication.
National Scholarship Portal has been developed as a one-stop solution to implement end-to-
end disbursement of the scholarship to the beneficiaries. The process includes student
registration, application, approval and disbursement. Over 1.21 crore applications have been
submitted. There are 52 registered schemes from eight ministries/departments.
In order to integrate the delivery of government services (across various departments), an
initiative called Mobile Seva has been launched. A portal called ‘Vikaspedia’ to provide
information on health, education, agriculture, energy, social welfare and e-Governance has been
developed in more than 15 languages with more languages are being added.
MyGov.in is an innovative platform launched to ensure citizens’ engagement in decision
making by the Government so that the ultimate goal of “Good Governance” for building India is
achieved. This initiative is an opportunity for citizens and well-wishers from across the world to
share their views on key issues directly with the Prime Minister of India.
MeitY has developed Rapid Assessment System (RAS) for continuous feedback for e-
services delivered by Government of India and state governments. This system has multiple
channels for receiving feedback and is backed by analytics. These analytics will help integrated
departments for continuous system improvement and better governance.
e-Sampark Database is developed to send messages and emails to public representatives and
government employees. This database has 1.90 crore email addreses and over 82 crore mobile
numbers. The count of mailers is over 301 crore for 563 campaigns.
e-Taal is a web portal for dissemination of e-transactions statistics of national and state level
e-governance projects including mission mode projects. It receives transaction statistics from
web based applications periodically on near real time basis. e-Taal presents quick analysis of
transaction counts in tabular and graphical form to give quick view of transactions done by
various e-governance projects.
Aadhaar-Enabled Biometric Attendance System (AEBS): In order to bring in efficiency in
the Government, an Aadhaar enabled Biometric Attendance System was implemented by MeitY.
e-Payment Framework: All payments and receipts to be in electronic mode. The portal
payonline.gov.in envisaged as common platform for making physical payments online.
e-Hospital - OPD Registration Framework (ORF) is an initiative to facilitate the patients to
take online OPD appointments with government hospitals. This framework also covers patient
care, laboratory services and medical record management.
e-Districts: It is one of the Mission Mode Projects(MMPs) under e-Kranti, with the MeitY,
as the nodal Ministry, to be implemented by state government or their designated agencies. This
MMP aims at electronic delivery of identified high volume citizen centric services, at district and
sub-district level, those are not part of any other MMP. It has been launched in 634 districts