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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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    The Roles and Responsibilities of SD & TC could be the following activities:

    1. National Projects – Modules of National Mission Mode Projects (MMPs), State MMPs and District MMPs could be entrusted to SD &TC. Newly identified national or state MMPs or other e-Gov projects could be assigned to SD & TCs
    2. Identification of Successful e-Gov projects and MMPs at States so that these projects could be generalized and productized brining out baskets of e-Gov Products and services which could be replicated in other states by the respective state units and district units.
    3. Successful District level e-GOV and MMPs may be productized and provide to various states and districts for replication
    4. Related projects / modules, under various identified domains from across projects, may be productized and brought out as full-fledged e-Gov product for replication in other states.
    5. Products and Services (which are successful e-Gov projects in India) available with SD & TC and APPSSTORE will be made available to International Cooperation Division (ICD) for other countries so that ICD could front-end and market such products and services
    6. Potential products and services as identified by International Cooperation Division may be assigned to various SD & TCs for expedited productization and customization.
    7. Localized ICT based Software Design and Development for identified Central, State or Public Sector Departments
    8. SDTC Kochi has been identified as the regional coordinator for the implementation of GIGW guidelines in all the southern states to ensure the compliance of GIGW in all Government Websites.
    9. SDTC Kochi is also the regional coordinator for OGD initiatives in the southern region.