The framework of the Core Platform has 5 main pillars: CLGS, e-Highway, e-Pragati Portal, App Store and LMS. Officials also reported the status for digital transformation of the departments, Higher Education, Primary Sector, Roads & Buildings, Panchayat Raj, Revenue, MA&UD and Industries.
They said that all works are going as per the roadmap planned, and targets are being achieved as per schedule.
IT Advisor J. Satyanarayana presented the proposal of an HR policy for e-Pragati, which included inputs from the Nandan Nilekani Committee Report of 2012. The estimated cost will be ₹16 crores per year for 5 years. The Chief Minister approved the proposal and will take up the policy in the Cabinet.
The Chief Minister also discussed the strategic issue of integrating data from Praja Sadhikara Survey. “Prepare a manual for all operations, based on thorough research done on policies on sharing data, security policies and closed API-based access. Guidelines must be formed for every department, as they will all interact with PSS. Privacy should be the utmost priority, and there should not be any scope for breaches”, he said.
RTG CEO Ahmed Babu said that the Socio-Economic Caste Census mapping has been rolled out across the state. Additionally, satisfaction surveys have begun for Balaamrutham, Anna Amrutha Hastham, mid-day meals, marine-ban allowance, AP Fibernet and immunisation.
He also said that 10,000 people have downloaded the NCBN app, and have already interacted with the government by giving suggestions. He said that a lot of action is being taken in Anantapur, Visakhapatnam, Nellore and Guntur to mitigate the drinking water crisis and redress the grievances received.
4000 virtual classrooms will be constructed by June under the supervision of education department. 1000 classrooms are complete as of now and one studio is also ready.
15 new services were identified and department proceeded with the core platform framework. By May 18th, LMS will be completed. 44 modules, 167 services have been identified and 108 services have been prioritised.