This is an initiative of Government of Rajasthan to provide citizen-centric services in an integrated form through service & information delivery points called as ‘e-Mitra’ centres / kiosks. e-Mitra Project integrates LokMitra and JanMitra initiatives (launched in 2002) under a single umbrella to bring together all the departments and give citizens of the State a “multi-service”- “single-window” experience. Initiatives in the State providing similar services are Lok Mitra (Urban Areas) and Jan Mitra which have been brought under one umbrella – eMitra The key objectives of eMitra are:
1. Enable citizens to access information and services of the Government in an efficient, convenient, transparent and cost effective way.
2. Facilitate Citizen to Government interface for exchange of information, services and other benefits.
3. Improve quality of life in rural areas through use and propagation of ICT for all sections of people, addressing the entire spectrum of their needs.
4. Bridge the ‘Digital Divide’ enabling the flow of information, resources and service into the rural areas and markets and vice-versa.
5. To provide avenues for employment to rural youth.
6. Enable the building of infrastructure, technology and services for a state-wide networked economy on a single platform for the Government, Business and Citizenry.
The project is based on a Public Private Partnership (PPP) framework with investment coming in from private partners called Local Service Providers. Government of Rajasthan through the DoIT has established eMitra societies for an effective institutional structure and the various departments have well defined roles, which is a manifestation of its high level of commitment to the project.
This initiative has been well thought out and has laid the foundation for the CSCs. The CSC scheme should try and integrate the eMitra initiative in its fold and try and add to it rather than treating it as competition
Government of Rajasthan is dedicated to bring in transformation in the way of citizen centric governance in the state. For this the government of Rajasthan has been continuously striving to bring in excellence in citizen service delivery by ensuring transparency and minimizing grievances. As an initiation to ensure proper service to the citizen, a project named “Rajasthan Sampark” has been implemented through Department of IT and Communications.The project paves the way for a common man to reach the departments of the State Government for their queries and concerns, with the help of Information Communication and Technology (ICT) Interventions.
Bhamashah Yojana is a scheme introduced by the Government of Rajasthan to transfer financial and non-financial benefits of governmental schemes directly to benefiter in a transparent way.
Apnakhata (Rajasthan Bhu Abhilekh) is Rajasthan Government’s project which works under the Revenue Department of Rajasthan Ajmer. This project was started to provide Online Records of Rights (NAKAL) of Land Records of Rajasthan State. Authorized copy of Records of Rights (NAKAL) can be obtained from selected kiosks.
Rajasthan Public Service Commission (RPSC) is the premier commission of the government of Rajasthan, for organizing recruitment exams, procedures for recruiting employees, officers to various departments of the government. This includes the recruitment of Clerical cadre in minimum and the recruitment in Rajasthan Administrative Service (R.A.S) & Rajasthan Police Service (R.P.S)in maximum extent. The recruitment to RAS, RPS, RTS and Rajasthan Sub-ordinate Services is made through an exam RAS/RTS Competitive Exam organized by the RPSC. The RPSC office is located at Jaipur road, Ajmer, Rajasthan.
Unique identification project was initially conceived by the Planning Commission as an initiative that would provide identification for each resident across the country and would be used primarily as the basis for efficient delivery of welfare services. It would also act as a tool for effective monitoring of various programs and schemes of the Government