India’s Own Navigation system – NAVIC

The Name NAVIC (NAVigation with Indian Constellation), You may not heard before, but it true that india is developed it's own navigation system called navic.

What is navigation system ?

Navigation system in simple laymen language is a system which provides exact location of position and help to navigate i. e. where you want from one place to anotther.
you already used the navigation system  called GPS (Global positioning System) in your smartphone or car for getting direction of various direction using google map, here map or apple map, this is navigation system which developed, managed and control by USA. now after some time you able to use navic system in your phone or car.


Review of Modi Govt.

More Than one year gone of Modi govt. in India and its time to second budget of of finance ministry Arun jetly. however compare to previous year less expectation are aspect from this year  annual budget, this might because of recent market move down and economic condition etc.

Now its time to review the work of modi govt. is that it as per expectation or not. lest take negative (-) point First because its so many and Interesting.

e-Dhara: Computerize Land records

Name of the project: e-Dhara

Department under which the project was taken: Revenue Department, Government of Gujarat, India

To enable access and maintenance of Village Land Records in an Easy, Transparent and Secure manner.
Project Description:

After digitizing all land records, e-Dhara Kendras(e-DK) have been setup at Taluka Mamlatdar offices to take up day to day activities of land records such as mutations and issue of Record of Rights (RoR).  Workflow based software (BhuLekh Soft) has been implemented since 2004-2005.
By Integrating BhuLekh Soft with the e Gram Vishwa Gram (eGVG) project, that provides broadband connectivity through VSAT to village Panchayats, farmers can get RoR copies from the Village Panchayat itself.While Talati / Village Computer Entrepreneur (VCE) posts the request on the RoR portal, Deputy Mamlatdar, (e-DK) would process the RoR and upload it on to the Central server so that the print out is taken at the village. Since Jan 2006, RoR@Village has been operational in 2279 villages of 166 Talukas and the facility has been expanding with the availability of broadband under eGVG project.