100 services to be
delivered to the citizens across the State through Mee Seva by Dec.2012.
Hyderabad|India|July'2012: The Chief Minister Mr N Kiran
Kumar Reddy directed all departments to strictly adhere to the citizen
charter time limit as far as Mee Seva services are concerned. He told the
officials to identify causes for delay, identify the problem, analyse it
and solve it immediately so that there are no hardships for the people.
The Chief Minister asked all departments to identify the G2C services that
can be delivered through Mee Seva, so that 100 services can be delivered
to the citizens across the State through Mee Seva by Dec.2012.
The Chief Minister held a detailed review meeting on "Mee Seva" and
National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) with Ministers and officials at
Secretariat. He also asked the officials of various department in
implementing the NOFN plan to provide network connectivity to all
panchayats in Andhra Pradesh.
It may be recalled here that the Chief Minister launched “Mee Seva” in
Chittoor district on 4th November, 2011. Eleven services pertaining to
Revenue and Registration Departments were taken up for service.
The salient features of "Mee Seva" are: It is under ESD Rules, provides
Category A & B Services. It is based on Web-Based Land Records Management
System, provides Digitally signed certificates. It has Secured Stationery,
Seamless transfer of transaction charges, Real time Monitoring of
transactions and provides SMS alerts to citizen.
Mee Seva is now Launched and operational in 17 Districts of Chittoor;
Rangareddy, Krishna, Medak, Nalgonda, Mahboobnagar, Khammam, Karimnagar,
Srikakulam, Warangal; West Godavari; Kadapa; Nellore, Adilabad, Nizamabad,
Vizianagaram and Hyderabad. It will be launched in Districts of Prakasam,
Anantapur, Kurnool, Visakhapatnam and Guntur by end of July and East
Godavari started to port data recently.
Mee Seva has already Crossed 1 Million transactions on 4th July 2012,
total Transactions as on 8th July 2012 being 11,81,511 (Category A -
3,78,714 -(32.05%) and Category B - 8,02,797 (67.95%). The requests that
are pending beyond SLA are 13,961 (1.18%). Number of services are 31,
Present Transactions per day is 50,000, Projected no. of Services - 100
(by 31 December 2012). Projected No. of Transactions – 1 Lakh per day/3
Cr. Per annum and Projected savings to citizen – Rs. 3000 Crore Per annum.
Revenue--Extract of Adangal / Pahani, Extract of ROR 1B, Copy of
FMB, Income Certificate, Residence Certificate, Integrated Certificate
(Caste-Nativity-Date of Birth), F-Line Petitions, Sub-divisions of lands,
Mutation of entries in revenue Records, No Earning Member Certificate,
Family Member Certificate (Social security schemes & govt. employees/
pensioners), OBC Certificate, EBC, Certificate, Agricultural Income
Certificate, Copy of Village Map, Money Lending License, National Family
Benefit Scheme Application, No Objection Certificate, Apathbandhu
Application, Pawn Broker License, School Registration and Allopathic
Medical care Hospital registration.
Registration Department: Issue of Encumbrance Certificate and
Certified copy of Registration Document.
GHMC Services: Birth Certificate, Death Certificate, Birth
Certificate Corrections, Death Certificate Corrections, Child Name
inclusion, Non Availability Certificate - Birth and Non Availability
Certificate - Death.
The departments and services further identified under Mee Seva are:
Registration: Pre-Registration/Slot Booking, Society Registrations,
Certified Copy of Bye-laws, Amendment of Society and Submission of
Appeals, Certified copy of Certificate of Registration, Certified copy of
Certificate of Registration, Firms Registrations, Firm Name Change,
Dissolution of Firm / Constitutional Changes, Permission For Water
Connections, Transfer Of Title Deeds, Applying for Trade license and
Renewal of Trade license. Municipality: Applying for Building permission,
New Assessment request, Sub-Division request, Exemption request and
vacation remission. Employment: Registration with Employment Exchange,
Application for adding additional qualifications, Renewal of the
Registration and Application for issue of Age Certificate, Education:
Application for duplicate Memo of Marks, Application for Re-counting of
Marks and Application for Migration Certification. Police: Missing/Lost
documents / Bank cards / Credit cards / Mobile Phones etc., Permission of
Bandobust, Issuance of Certificates for (Character, Antecedents, No
objection for vehicle), License for Hostels, Lodges, Theme, Entertainment,
Restaurants, Bars, Dhabas and Resorts. Election: Issue of Voter
Certificate/I-Card, Application for inclusion of Name in the Electoral
Roles, Application of change of details, Application of transposition and
Application for deletion of Name in the Voters list, RTA: DL Slot Booking
with Fee Payment. RC Abstract and DL Abstract. Labour: Registration of
Establishment / Shop (Form-I), Renewal of Establishment / Shop (Form-III),
Issuance of duplicate certificate for Registered Establishment / Shop.
Social Welfare: Application for Inter Caste Marriage Incentive,
Application for Bright Student Scheme, Application for admission to
Hostels under various schemes, Application for Post Matric Scholarship.
Agriculture: Issuance of Fertilizer License (Fresh/Renewal), Issuance of
Pesticide License (Fresh/Renewal), Issuance of Seed License
(Fresh/Renewal) and Civil Supplies: Issuance of duplicate Ration Card
Splitting of Ration Cards, Information on Stock Position (FP Shop wise)
and Ration Card Mutation.
The National Optical Fibre Network (NOFN) is to connect 2,50,000 gram
panchayats in the country through Optical Fibre. With this the gram
panchayats will be strengthened with broadband connectivity. The NOFN
project is to connect 25,000 gram panchayats in Andhra Pradesh with
broadband connectivity. It will create sufficient Bandwidth at GPs level
to fill the prevailing connectivity gap between GPs and Blocks/Districts.
Government of Andhra Pradesh is the first State to issue guidelines for
promotion of Telecom Infrastructure in the State particularly in Rural
Areas wherein free Right of Way is provided. It is in principle agreed to
give right of way (RoW) to this project as restoration will be done by
Special Purpose Vehicle, Bharath Broadband Network (BBNL) of the project.
A decicion has been taken by the Chief Minister to sign MoU with
Government of India. It has potential for empowering rural masses by
giving them access to information, public services including those of
education, health and financial inclusion.