E-governance


The Government of India launched the National e Governance Plan (NEGP), in May, 2006, with the objective of:

"Make all Government services accessible to the common man in his locality, through common service delivery outlets, and ensure efficiency, transparency, and reliability of such services at affordable costs to realise the basic needs of the common man."

We utilize our experience in large scale e-governance projects and bring value to our customers with our domain experience and blend of management and technical expertise. Our solutions help governments and public sector enterprises manage multiple levels of processing, file multiplication, and documents to arrive at processes that are quick, transparent and accountable. We, being consultant to the largest e-governance project of the country, speak from the belief entrusted in our services. We have been associated with the Mission Mode Projects (MMP), Infrastructure and Service Delivery required to implement NEGP programme of the government.

Some Important Projects

  • Jan Seva Kendra (CSC), Uttar Pradesh
    Common Service Centre (CSC) is a community service centre for rural citizens at panchayat level catering to the service needs of all the communities in the surrounding 5-6 villages. Vayam is deploying this project across 30 districts of Uttar Pradesh, which collectively account for 6409 Common Service Centers. Each CSC is equipped with computer, multi-function printer, digital camera and networking facilities, which helps in providing both offline and online services.

  • Mission Convergence
    Mission Convergence, a flagship programme of the Delhi Government seeks to bring major reforms in governance by re-engineering the process of service delivery to make Delhi a more inclusive state. It integrates the existing social security schemes and delivers them through a unified structure.

  • Crime and Criminal Tracking Network System (CCTNS)
    The CCTNS project would empower the police organizations and take policingto the next level. CCTNS connects and shares information/data on crime andcriminals across the country, thereby strengthening the information base of the Investigating officers.
    Vayam has a target to capture the maximum number of states in providing this network. Present states covered by Vayam include Bihar, Nagaland, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Daman, Goa and Chandigarh.

  • Bihar e district
    The project helps in integrated and seamless delivery of citizen centric services by District Administration through automation of workflow, back-end digitization, integration and process automation across participating departments. Integration of multiple application and process re-design lead to faster processing of public cases/ appeals/ grievances across participating departments such as Revenue, Civil Supply, Social Welfare, Election, Land Records, and Registration.

  • CGDA
    Vayam has conceptualized the Design, Development, Supply and Installation of Information System covering various functions such as Pay, Loans and Allowances, Audit, Accounting, Integrated Financial Advisory functions, Pensions and Provident Fund base on J2EE. It includes automation of over 900 offices and sub-offices in about 240 locations across India.

  • NDMC, New Delhi
    Vayam has developed an integrated IT system helping NDMC to comply with regulatory reporting requirements and operations like Availability Based Tariff (ABT), Energy exchange, Open Access, System and Customer average Interruption/ Frequency Index etc. 
    helping NDMC eliminate inefficiencies from operations, reduce costs and maximize the output and reliability of assets. 
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