M-Governance aims at delivering fast and easy access to public services to citizens through mobile devices. Mobile services have emerged as the new frontier in transforming governance and making it more accessible and meaningful to citizens. It has succeeded in extending the remote delivery of government services and information. Delivering timely and precise information to citizens with a robust two-way communication between the government and people has strengthened the ethos of democracy in its true spirits. M-Governance facilitates enhanced utilization of public services with larger participation from citizens.
Today, the ‘Mobile Phone’ is not just used as merely a communication tool to instantly communicate or send and get text and voice messages. It has emerged as very strong technology to bridge the digital divide between haves and have-nots. Within the last two decades of its launch in India,the mobile phone has scaled the remote rural areas despite hurdles like lack of connectivity and basic amenities like electricity.
In this new age, Mobile Technology has become critical for delivery of services and higher penetration in a very short time, as it helps in reduction of transaction costs, effective monitoring of services, and faster introduction of customer-centric products at competitive pricing. It enables departments/customers to efficiently respond to external and internal business changes. Our solutions support Android, IOS and Windows platforms that are easily customizable per client requirements. Based on open standards, integration with other components/solutions is seamless.
We were a family of 132.42 crore people. This huge number signifies the importance of a smart PDS system which is efficient and can eliminate leakages in the distribution. Netxcell’s foray in e-governance and its expertise has delivered exemplary results in making the PDS smart. Linking the ration cards to Aadhaar numbers have helped the government to clean up the system, as per one estimate three crore fake and duplicate ration cards have been cancelled by May 2017. It had also saved the country Rs 17,000 crore every year from the period 2014 to 2017.Honourable Minister of State for Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution CR Chaudhary, “Out of 23 crore ration cards in the country, 82 per cent (19 crores) are linked with Aadhaar. We have removed 2.95 crore fake or duplicate ration cards in the country in the past three years which has resulted in a saving of Rs 17,000 crore annually. It has ensured that food grains are being delivered to the rightful person.”
The government of India enacted the National Rural Employment Guarantee Act in 2005 to improve the income of rural India. The NREGA 2005 aims to stop mass scale rural migration to cities & provide livelihood security of the households in rural areas of the country. It provides at least one hundred days of guaranteed employment with wages in every financial year to every household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work.
Government’s vision of delivering ‘public services’ by using 21st-century digital platforms are the inceptive thoughts for creating mee seva centers. Netxcell realizes the role of mee seva as an integrated service delivery gateway for non-discriminatory delivery of government schemes and services. Hence, Netxcell integrates information about mee seva centres with its e-Government products.
A smart ration card/DL & RC is a modern version of traditional identity cards. All of the information of an individual is stored electronically. The biometric data of an individual is computerized and can be accessed by PDS/RTOs / ARTOs via their office servers. The biometric data provided by the applicant will include details such as their blood group, a scan on their retina, fingerprints and body marks, etc. This information will be stored in the PDS/RTO / ARTO office server and will also be sent to the head office of the respective departments.
Storing the information of an individual electronically ensures the safety of the information provided by the identity card holders. It also comes in handy for the government authorities as it makes tracking any individual in the state using their biometrics information easy and efficient. The smart card can be carried out easily as it is more durable.
Netxcell’s surveillance systems comprise of an end-to-end integrated surveillance system that can be deployed at various government offices, warehouses, toll plazas. We adhere to the highest quality standards and provide technical as well as operational support needed.
Government properties are important to be protected from the trespassers and are required to be secured from malicious activities. We can automate surveillance ranging from the traffic police video surveillance to securing a high-end public sector unit involved in heavy machinery or infrastructure projects.