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On January 10, 2019, a one-day Hindi workshop organized by NIC(HQ) was attended by the SDTC, Kochi officials.

On January 1, 2019, Mr. T. Mohana Das, State Informatics Officer and SIO, Kerala, addressed all the NIC officers and wished New Year and discussed about the New Year's resolutions.

NIC SDTC, Kochi bagged the SKOCH Order of Merit Awards 2018 (Click Here) on 22nd December 2018 for the two Projects namely,MyCoir Project (done for Coir Board) and MISAGO Project (done for AG’s Office).

As part of the Official Language Implementation activities a Hindi Workshop was organized on 29th November 2018. The program was inaugurated by Mr. T. Mohana Dhas (State Informatics Officer). Mr. Bibin Varghese, Manager (Official Language), Canara Bank, Zonal Office, Thiruvananthapuram gave a speech and presentation on "Public Speaking: a practical study". Officers from all the districts of National Informatics Centre, Kerala participated in the program through videoconferencing.

A workshop was organized on 18/06/2018 (2:30 pm to 4:30 pm) via VC on the Subject: "Implementation of OL Policy at Workplace and related Technology". The Speaker for this was Shri. Anil Kumar, Chief Manager (Official Language), State Bank of India, Local Head Office, Thiruvananthapuram

Swachchta Pakhwada observed in NIC from 1st to 15th February 2018. All the employees administered pledge on this occasion.

Coir Board Showroom Sales Management System presentation given to Hon’ble Minister Giriraj Singh at Manager's conclave-2018 held at Thiruvananthapuram on 8th Jan 2018. Training was also imparted during this programme. Inauguration of Showroom package was done in a ceremony on 9th Jan 2018 held at Thiruvananthapuram.

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Guidelines for Indian Government Websites

The "Guidelines for Indian Government Websites" was formally released in February, 2009 and has been included in the Central Secretariat Manual of Office Procedures (CSMOP) by Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievance and Pensions, Govt. of India.

National Informatics Centre has developed these Guidelines as an initiative under the National Portal of India Project. Development of these guidelines involved an extensive consultation process involving representatives from National Informatics Centre and various other Indian Government Departments, at the Centre and State levels. Established and recognised Guidelines of other countries as well as International bodies like ISO and W3C have also been referred to, while drafting these guidelines.

Success of the guidelines depend on their effective implementation which includes plans for developing programs related to capacity building, training, handholding and towards sensitization of the departments in the adoption and implementation of these guidelines. NIC has undertaken Capacity Building initiative to provide nationwide trainings/workshops to sensitise different stakeholders with respect to compliance of GIGW.The Training and Workshop curriculum has been diligently prepared, understanding the functions which play a critical role in website development life cycle.

For more information kindly refer to: http://web.guidelines.gov.in

Benefits of compliance to these guidelines are:

  • Improve the overall usability quotient and technical competence of the Indian Government websites vis-à-vis International Standards.
  • Facilitate Indian Government websites in achieving citizen-centricity while providing anytime anywhere delivery of government information and services.
  • Formulate policies for sustenance and effective maintenance of the Indian Government websites through their life cycle.
  • Achieve, in the long run, a certain degree of commonality and standardization across the Indian Government websites.
  • Enhance the Government-Citizen Relationship.