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(a)   CeG shall work with Government Departments, Private and Public Organisations and other to analyse key issues in e-Governance, identify solutions, help develop action plans.

(b)   CeG shall act as autonomous and independent body constituted by the Department of Information Technology and Electronics, Government of Uttar Pradesh to help and support Government and act as Secretariat and full time internal advisory body in undertaking e-Governance projects.

(c)   CeG shall do the groundwork for providing overall direction, standardization and consistency through program management of the e-Governance initiatives in the State both Central and State funded.

(d)   CeG shall provide support to the Government departments in all interdependencies, overlaps, conflicts, standards, overreaching architecture, security, legal aspects et-cetera, across projects as well as core and support infrastructure shared across several projects.

(e)   CeG shall also work as storehouse of knowledge and best practices in e-Governance both nationally and internationally. CeG may take up implementations of pilot or other projects, including technology demonstrators.

(f)     CeG aims to be a world class institution to guide governance reforms through use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Uttar Pradesh, other states of India and developing world at large by harnessing powers of ICTs, knowledge and people for good governance.

(g)   CeG shall act as a think tank and help translate the Government goals, objectives and policy priorities into tangile reform action through use of ICTs.

(h)   CeG shall create a bank of best practices, methodologies and tools in successful e-Governance applications.


(a) To support e-Governance initiatives of the Government by providing core concepts and policies strategic planning, program management, coordination, monitoring and evaluation support. CeG shall also take up pilot and technology demonstrator projects.

(b) To function at program level support and avoids getting down to project level support unless necessary for pilot or technology demonstrator.

(c)  To explore the nature of interaction between the citizen and various agencies of the Government and to suggest deployment of technology driver solutions.

(d) To function as a secretariat and a permanent advisory body to the Government/SeGP, State Apex Committee in undertaking e-Governance projects.

(e) To solve all interdependencies, overlaps and conflicts et-cetera across e-Governance projects as well as core and support infrastructure shared across several projects.

(f)   To assist individual departments of the Government in putting a dedicated team (PeMT) for conceptualizing and undertaking e-Governance projects in their departments through constitution of individual project groups.

(g) To show case best practices in the area of e-Governance

(h)  To conduct programms for creating awareness in e-Governance among decision makers in the Government Departments.

(i)   To demonstrate the feasibility of concepts in e-Governance to the decision makers and the other staff of departments to inculcate a sense of ownership through workshops, demonstrations, video/tele conferencing et-cetera.

(j)   To assist the Government in defining and implementing the process and policy changes in e-Governance.

(k)  To enrich the repository of best practices through continuous interaction with subject experts in India and abroad.

(l)   To draw upon leading companies, technical institutions and abroad and help initiate projects to address specific needs.

(m)      To strive to establish strong links with similar institutions worldwide to enrich the repository and knowledge base through continuous interaction  and participation.



            The area of operation of CeG shall be whole of India.