Because connectivity lays the groundwork for delivering any service electronically, it is one of the most important aspects of e-governance.
Components of a Network Diagram
In the last two years, there has been a 40% rise in reporting complaints about GSWAN issues, indicating that end users are more informed of how to utilize the network and that efficient administration has been able to resolve 100% of them. GSWAN allows G2G and G2C communication through webcasting (WC) and video conferencing (VC), with 2400+ WC/VC combined annually, totaling 5000 VC/WCs to date.
In the last two years, there has been a 40% rise in reporting complaints about GSWAN issues, indicating that end users are more informed of how to utilize the network and that efficient administration has been able to resolve 100% of them. GSWAN intranet allows secure access to various applications such as CM Dashboard, Digital Gujarat, Public Distribution System (PDS), Garvi (Document Registration), Land Record Information System (E-dhara), Electoral Roll Management System (ERMS), e-Mamta, IWDMS-Integrated Workflow & Document Management System, IFMS-Integrated Financial Management System, HMIS-Hospital Management & Information System, SATHI (HRMS), XPLORA – Entity Intra FOREST, anyone, SWAGAT-Grievances Redressal to Hon’ble CM, eNaM-Commodity Price Monitoring, Intra FOREST
GSWAN now serves offices such as Janseva Kendra, ATVT center, Development Support Agency – Tribal, Media Response System, Gujarat City Survey, Jantri – Land Registration, Gujarat Information Commission, Directorate of Animal Husbandry, FDCA – Foods & Drugs Controller Administration, & Drugs Manufacturing License Allocation, Directorate of Pension & Provident Funds, and others.
GSWAN maintains over 300 distinct departmental websites, as well as 80+ online applications that provide information and services to ordinary residents. Furthermore, applications such as ATVT hosted on GSWAN provide various types of Certificates such as income certificates, cast certificates, and more; Public Distribution System provides bar-coded ration cards, change in ration cards; e-Mamta registered 99 Lacs families for mother and child tracking for vaccination and other health-related benefits; SWAGAT processed 2.62 Lacs grievances to date; and many more.
In a nutshell, GSWAN has not only established a role model for the connection and efficient operation of Asia’s largest government network, but it has also established a revenue-generating business model for the government. In light of this expansion, the Indian government has urged bandwidth expansion to all states, citing Gujarat as a model. Gujarat has exhibited quick growth in e-Governance through greater backbone support by its connection and has developed a unique benchmark for other states for improved digital governance as a result of the aforementioned and excellent performance of GSWAN.
GSWAN’S FUTURE PLANS INCLUDE THE establishment of more props, Upgrades to current PoPs, as well as upgrades to high-speed, long-range wireless radios for last-mile connectivity All horizontal offices must be linked together.
More GSWAN apps are being rolled out.
Integrating municipal corporations and Nagarpalikas Unified Communication eGram integration with GSWAN IPv6 implementation to assure 100 percent network uptime Dual Network Connectivity at Districts, Talukas, and other Critical Offices.