(An autonomous Society under Government of Mizoram)

The Mizoram State e-Governance Society (MSEGS) was established on 11.10.2005 and is registered under the Society Registration Act, XII of 1860. The primary objective of the Society is to administer the implementation of e-Governance projects for the overall benefit of the citizens and public by setting up the necessary administrative, financial, legal and technical framework, implementation mechanism and resources in the State of Mizoram.

It facilitated establishment and setting up of major e-Governance projects like the State Data Center (SDC), State Wide Area Network (SWAN), Capacity Building, e-District, State Service Delivery Gateway & State Portal (SSDG&SP) and Common Service Centre (CSC) and various other e-Government projects in the state.


State eGovernance Council (SeGC)

  1. Chief Minister - Chairman
  2. ICT minister - Vice Chairman
  3. Finance Minister - Member
  4. Vice Chairman, SPB - Member
  5. Leader of Opposition - Member
  6. Chief Secretary - Member
  7. Secretary, ICT - Member Secretary

1. CONSTITUTION OF THE COMMITTEE: There is Board of Governors of the Mizoram State e- Governance Society (MSeGS) and Executive Committee comprises of the following members:

A. BOARD OF GOVERNORS:

  1. Chief Secretary, Government of Mizoram - Chairman
  2. Secretary to the Government of Mizoram,Department of ICT - Vice Chairman
  3. Secretary to the Government of Mizoram,Finance Department - Member
  4. Secretary to the Government of Mizoram,DP & AR - Member
  5. Adviser/Joint Secretary, Government of Mizoram, Planning Department - Member
  6. Principal Scientific Officer,Planning Department, Mizoram, Aizawl - Member
  7. Principal Informatics Officer,Information & Communication Technology, - Member Secretary

B. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:

  1. Secretary to the Government of Mizoram, Department of ICT - Chairman
  2. Representative of Finance Department not below the rank of Joint Secretary, Government of Mizoram - Member
  3. Representative of Planning Department not below the rank of Joint Secretary, Government of Mizoram - Member
  4. PIO/Deputy Secretary to the Government of Mizoram, Information & Communication Technology - Member Secretary

2.CONSTITUTION OF THE COMMITTEE OF DISTRICT E-GOVERNANCE SOCIETY: The District e- Governance Society (DeGS) was registered under the Society Registration Act, XII of 1860. There is Board of Governors of the District e- Governance Society (DeGS) and Executive Committee in all Districts within Mizoram comprises of the following members:

I. BOARD OF GOVERNORS:

  1. Concerned DCs - Chairman
  2. Concerned Addl. DCs - Vice Chairman
  3. Concerned District Education Officer - Member
  4. Concerned Chief Medical Officer - Member
  5. Concerned Project Director (DRDA) - Member
  6. Concerned DIO (NIC) - Member
  7. Concerned GM/TDM or representative of BSNL - Member
  8. Concerned DLAO, LAD Department - Member
  9. Representative of ICT Department - Member
  10. CEO (MSeGS) - Member
  11. Concerned SDO (Sadar) - Member Secretary

II. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE:

  1. Concerned DCs - Chairman/CEO
  2. Concerned Addl. DCs - Vice President
  3. Representative of ICT Department - Member
  4. Concerned DIO (NIC) - Member
  5. Concerned Sub Divisional Magistrate - Member
  6. Concerned Treasury Officer - Member
  7. Concerned SDO (Sadar) - Member Secretary


State eGovernance Mission Team (SeMT)

  1. Secretary, ICT - Chairman
  2. Dy Secretary, ICT - Member Secretary
  3. SIO, NIC (Mizoram) - Member
  4. DoICT (Domain Expert) - Member
  5. CEO, MSeGS - Member
  6. Repepresentatives of Departments taking up e-Governance Projects under NeGP - Invitee

Apex Committee

Chief Secretary

Chairman

Secretary, ICT

Member Secretary

Secretary, Finance

Member

Secretary, Planning

Member

Secretary, DP&AR

Member

State Informatics Officer, NIC(Mizoram)

Member

CIO, Apex Committee

Member

Rep. of Depts taking up e-Governance

Projects under NeGP

Invitee

3. FINANCIAL STATUS:

Most of the fund was received from the Government of India, DeiTy, New Delhi as GIA and all the funds are deposited in the saving Bank Account of the Society. At present, Mizoram State e- Governance Society (MSeGS) has taken up 5 projects (LRIS, e-District, Capacity Building, SDC & SSDG&SP) and Bank account were open for each project.


4. ACHIEVEMENT:

  • Land Records Computerization: The pilot project was done at Serchhip District with the objective of providing responsive, transparent and effective revenue administration in the district. The project was completed successfully with an estimated cost of 65.oo lakhs and recommended for roll-out in other districts.
  • Computerization of Property Registration The computerization of Property Registration was done at Aizawl as a pilot project. Registers documents that endorse various types of transactions citizens undertake: sale, purchase, mortgages, leases of property, wills, divorce, adoption, power of attorney, property, issue of encumbrance certificates etc. are computerized to remove land disputes, better system of land evaluation, transparency in land transactions, better monitoring of revenue collection. The project was completed successfully with an estimated cost of 65.oo lakhs and recommended for roll-out in other districts.
  • Empowerment of Women and rural Youths: This project aims to enable women and rural youths of Mizoram to become economically viable, independent and raise their socio-economic status through the use of IT. Through this programme candidates were given training on short term, long term courses with assignment and project work on various IT related aspects. This project was completed successfully at a cost of 78.97 lakhs and over 1400 candidates were trained.
  • K-YAN: This projects aims to enhance the educational technology capacity of 50 identified Co-educational Middle Schools of Mizoram as a pilot intervene, with special emphasis on educational of Girl child, by way of deploying an integrated teaching-learning device named KYAN- the community computer. The main objective of the project is to eradicate gender disparity, faster learning opportunities, enhance retention and minimize drop-outs through technology-enabled education. The total project cost is 75.00 lakhs and completed successfully.
  • E-district (pilot project): The pilot project was done at Aizawl District with the objective of providing to implement an efficient electronic workflow system for District Administration, infuse transparency and accountability, responsive, and effective revenue administration in the district. The implementing Agency was NICSI / MSeGS and approved project cost were Rs. 315.88 Lakh which was funded by Government of India, Department of IT. The project was successfully implemented.

5. PRESENT PROJECT UNDERTAKEN:

  • State Data Center: The Department of ICT (DICT) also proposed to establish Mizoram State Data Center (SDC) under NeGP for storing all kinds of information relating to Government. The preparation of DPR, RFP and implementation was entrusted to MSeGS by Government of Mizoram
  • Capacity Building: Capacity building is for building an internal capacity of the government. MSeGS has many professional who can give training to the Government employee in the field of IT and e-Governance, therefore Capacity Building project is given to MSeGS for building the capacity of the Government employees of Mizoram.
  • E-District(State roll-out): To implementation an efficient electronic workflow system for District Administration, infuse transparency and accountability in operations and reduce workload of department personnel in the pilot district of Aizawl, MSeGS has implemented this project with guidance from the Government of Mizoram.
  • State Wide Area Network: Nature of the project is to implement State Wide Area Network (SWAN) across four-tier model of administrative setup viz State level, District level, Sub-Division level, and Block level in the Departments identified for the purpose by establishing MSWAN and entrust ZENICS as implementation agency.
  • Common Service Center (CSC): The CSC is a strategic cornerstone of the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP), approved by the Government in May 2006, as part of its commitment in the National Common Minimum Programme to introduce e-governance on a massive scale. The Department of ICT (DICT) had established 136 Common Service Center (CSC) and entrust ZENICS as implementation agency.
  • Land Resource Information System: The objective of the project is to generate and create comprehensive resource information relating to transport network, power distribution line, school education, drainage & water distribution pipeline, Agriculture information, Village information and town planning, etc. integrated with Geographical Maps obtained from Satellite imagery.
  • State Service Delivery Gateway & State Portal (SSDG&SP): For successfully implementation of this project, contract agreement was signed between MSeGS and M/s UTI Technology Services Ltd on 7.9.2010 for Consultant of Mizoram SSDG & SP with the total cost of Rs 441.80 lakhs.

6. EXPERIENCE:

MSeGS has been involved and implemented a lot of projects in the state of Mizoram. At present there are 6 projects which are taken up by the society in collaboration with the Government of Mizoram/ZENICS.