National Informatics Centre

Ministry of Information Technology & Communicat

Govt. of India,  Collectorate Bundi ( Raj.) 

From Miniature Painting's  to  Excellence in ICT

BUNDI named after a Meena Chieftain " Bunda" is called the queen of Hadoti region of Rajasthan. Thousands of tourists both domestic and foreign come here to see and discover this beautiful place. The finest variety of basmati rice is grown in the district and exported the world over. Bundi sandstone is also a major foreign exchange earner. The district also plays hosts to cement, soya and edible oil industries. Bundi is also part of the constituency of Central Cabinet Minister for RD & PR Hon'ble Sh. C.P. Joshi .

NIC Bundi, established in the year 1988, has gradually come out as a nodal officer for the horizontal and vertical propagation of ICT in the district. Located on the adjacent right side room of the District Collector Bundi chamber  it has in fact proved as a right hand for the district administration . It has played a leading role in MIS and Decision Support Systems towards facilitating e-Governance through organized planning, control, application, and monitoring etc. Areas like Tourism, Disaster management, Agriculture, Pensions, Public hearing, Art & Culture, Forest and Wildlife  etc has been covered.   NIC  has bee able to create a large repository of data /information in the form of many useful database which has been of immense use for the  common citizens by fast delivery of information through setting up of touch screen kiosk and PGV setup. NIC district center has played a pivotal role for many central ,state and district level projects. The district ICT center has made its presence in the ICT map of India with its strong commitment, sincerity,  unending support to the district administration using modern technology tools every day. It has also enhanced the capacity building of the government employees by training them  at different levels from time to time using modern tools of e-governance. DIO/DIA Bundi awarded on a number of occasions by the district Administration, Police and Judiciary as an acknowledgement of the services of NIC .

Excerpts of the Letter from District Collector & DM, Bundi :

NIC Bundi has proven to be an invaluable tool for the district administration and stands as a backbone for the district administration with ICT skills and resources.

Key ICT activities  ISO Collectorate Bundi include :

District E-governance Society : NIC is a key participant in various e-covernance projects like, e-Mitra, Common Service Centre  project, Gyanjyot project for women enterpreneurship development  etc.

Land Records Computerisation: All the 890 Jamabandis of all 5 Tehsils viz. Bundi, Hindoli, Nainwa, Keshoraipatan and Indergarh of Bundi District have been computerised and ROR (Copy of Khata) are being issued to citizens regularly. The district has been recommended recently to be included in the Comprehensive Modernisation of Land records as the fifth district of the state.

District Treasury Computerisation: All modules of Treasury Computerisation and Sub-Treasury Computerisation viz Compilation of Receipts and Payments, Data Depository System,  Pension Monitoring System and Payroll system have been implemented successfully at Treasury Bundi and Four Sub.Treasuries of the district.Support also given for NSAP projects running in the district.

Website for Bundi District:
The multilingual district website in five international languages is very useful for the tourists and hoteliers. The district web site gives detailed geographical, historical, culture, statistical and other relevant information and activities of the district. It has dynamic content of PG based SAMADHAN application status dissemination, besides various static contents.

District Portal

Tourism , Art & Culture Database : NIC Bundi was entrusted to prepare a database of Tourism , Art & Culture/ Wildlife  in the district  . A database covering more than 10,000 pictures, text and data has helped immensely in the preparation of various project reports for the district. 

District Collectorate LAN: LAN connectivity with more than 50 clients has been set up in the Collectorate connecting all the offices. The district administration is heading towards a paperless office using this network. Internet and email facilities are some of the added features of this network.

AGMARKNET: The AGMARKNET software has been successfully implemented at different KUMS in the district (Bundi, Dei, Keshoraipatan, Indergarh) for entry of daily arrivals of quantity & rates of different commodities.

Videoconferencing Project: Video Conferencing Studio is utiised regularly to organise Video conferencing between District level Officers and their respective department heads as through 2 MBPS leased line.

District Collector ,Zila Pramukh and other officials at the NIC Videoconferencing Facility Bundi

Nodal office for E-Gram : Bundi district NIC center is the nodal office for reality check programme E-gram. Forms receiving, data updation and training programmes are held regularly.

Public Grievances Monitoring: A windows based Public Grievances Redressal s/w "SAMADHAAN" has been developed and implemented. Applicant gives their complaints to the Collector which is sent to concerned officer after registration. Reminders and a D.O. Letter to the related Officer are automatically generated.
Information Kiosks:  Two touch-screen based Information Kiosks under the caretaking of NIC has been setup at the collectorate loaded with very useful information for the common  citizens.  Land Records Details, Public Grievance Application Status, Arms License Application status, BPL List search, Voter List Search and other useful information regarding district  etc. 

MIS for NREGS: Effective monitoring of the program NREGS under National Rural Employment Guarantee Act-2005 necessitates Computer Based Monitoring.  The Offline software has been installed at all 5 Panchayat samitis and Training given to MIS Managers and other deputed staff. Data feeding and uploading of mustroll data on the website is being done regularly.

Arms Licences: This database system helps District Administration to monitor & prepare reports of Arms license holders of the District.  It has facilitated generation of different useful reports for district administration. The process of Renewal has also been simplified.
Election Computerisation: During the elections the district NIC center was visited by the election observers's who could monitor and see the district election scenario with the click  of a button.  Computerized management of elections (Assembly / Parliamentary / Municipal / Panchayat) by the district centre has helped the administration to greatly simplify various activities like Preparation of Polling Personnel and Counting Personnel, Randomisation and generation of Appointment letter for Polling Duty & Counting Duty, NIC is all set for the forthcoming local bodies election in the state.

District Court Computerization: NIC Bundi extends all necessary support to the District Court on their Computerization activities. The Judicial Officers & staff of District Court have been trained on operation of e-Court project.
Training Programmes : Regular training is being provided to the staff of District Collectorate and other offices on use of ICT in administration and for various Application packages.

ICT Support other Department:  District Collector, Divisional Commissioner, Police, District Supply Officer, SDM Offices, Zila Parishad etc. with trouble shooting and on the spot training etc.

Support to Other Offices

Zilla Parishad - Support for Panchayat raj portal data collection and entry, BPL list and support for uploading various DRDA scheme information.

Employment Office - Online registration of the unemployed candidates and distribution of computerised registration card with Photo identity is going on.

CIPA - Implemented Common Integrated Police Application at all the Police stations of the district.

IDSP - Data Manager and Operator provided through NICSI for the IDSP Project.  The list is unending….

Today NIC stands apart in the city of miniature paintings as a pivotal center for excellence in ICT implementing government projects and setting quality standards everyday.

For further information, please contact
NIC District Centre, Bundi (Rajasthan)


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