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   C-DAC, Technical Solution Provider for IGR, Karnataka  
 

Pune, July 29, 2002

C-DAC has been appointed as a Technical Solution Provider (TSP) for the computerization of the 'Stamps & Registration' operation and the 'Scanning and Archiving of the documents' in all the offices falling under the jurisdiction of the Inspector General of Registration (IGR), Government of Karnataka. To that effect, C-DAC has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Department of Stamps & Registration (DSR), Government of Karnataka, and received a work order to begin the development. Code named KAVERI (KArnataka Valuation and E RegistratIon), the project involves the computerization of 220 sub registry offices across Karnataka.

Following the successful computerization of the Department of Stamps & Registration, code named SARITA (Stamp And Registration with Information Technology Application) for the Government of Maharashtra and Government of Uttar Pradesh, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC) has now undertaken this assignment for the Government of Karnataka.

Shri. Satyamurthy, Inspector General Registration, Karnataka the principal architect of this project and a user too, said on the occasion of signing the MOU "We are happy to see that C-DAC has responded to our call and a long standing need and look forward to a win-win situation in this truly private-public partnering project."

Citing the MOU as a vindication of C-DAC's eGovernance proficiency, Shri. R.K. Arora, Executive Director, C-DAC said, "C-DAC is steadily creating a stronghold in developing customized software solutions to address the needs and requirements of the States as well as Union Government Departments". "State Governments today also need comprehensive multilingual computing based eGovernance solutions and C-DAC with its impressive track record in this area is ideally positioned to deliver them" he added.

C-DAC, which has initially carried out a Pre feasibility study, will now conduct a System Requirement Study (SRS) and prepare a System Design Document (SDD) before full-scale development begins. After the Software development and testing, C-DAC will carry out the Pilot installation to be followed by statewide deployment in a record time of months. As part of this project, C-DAC will undertake the statewide deployment of the software on the Build, Operate and Transfer (BOT) basis involving interested entrepreneurs and will impart training to them for smooth running of the system. C-DAC has also been assigned to develop the DSR website. The software will support networking and EC enability as well.

Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), the pioneers in High Performance Computing, Multilingual Technologies and Advanced Computing Training, has taken major initiatives in the area of eGovernance, offering solutions and services to various State Governments. It has also successfully developed and supplied software solutions in Healthcare, Power, Telecom, Financial and the Education sectors.

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