Haryana to set up State Data Centre at Rs 12.38 crore
The Haryana Government is setting up a State Data Centre at a cost of Rs 12.38 crore.
Chandigarh: The Haryana Government is setting
up a State Data Centre (SDC) here at a cost of Rs 12.38 crore.
The main benefits of the project include having a central
data repository, secure data storage, online delivery of
services, citizen information or services portal, state
internet portal, disaster recovery, remote management and
service integration, an official spokesman said here today.
He said that the project of state portal and State
Service Delivery Gateway (SSDG) was also proposed to be
implemented aiming at utilising the National e-Governance Plan
(NeGP) Core Infrastructure.
It would help in using infrastructure of SDC, State Wide
Area Network (SWAN) and Common Services Centres (CSCs).
Various offices of the departments like Finance, Revenue,
Transport, Excise and Taxation, Panchayat, Urban Development,
Women and Child Development, Agriculture, Education, Social
Justice and Empowerment, Food and Supplies and Industries have
been connected on this network, he said.
Moreover, all the courts and jails of Haryana have been
connected on this network and trials of accused were now being
conducted online through video conferencing.
The spokesman said adding that more than 200 offices of
Haryana Police including Police Stations, which were earlier
connected on Haryana Police Wide Area Network had now been
connected on this network, which is being extensively used by