by May 31, 2010 0 comments

Since the inception of Right To Education (RTE) Act in 2009, the expectations
from state school education has grown manifold. The government of MP faced a big
challenge of achieving the objectives of quality education and proactive
governance through RTE Act, which required managing 1.25L schools across MP.
Also, the Act required the state to ensure compulsory admission, attendance and
completion of elementary education by all children from 6-14 years (nearly 1.60
crore), and ensuring a pupil-teacher ratio as per the norms. Timely payments of
their salaries was also priority. However, there was no integrated system to
facilitate efficient management, coordination and synchronization of various
activities of state-wide administrative units under multiple education

The State Education Portal of MP (www. was the answer
to these problems. It has been rolled out across 50 districts of MP covering
over 1.15 Lakh govt. schools in more than 90,000 remote habitations. It includes
a well-integrated suite of e-Gov apps facilitating a single source of authentic,
live information for all stakeholders and departments/agencies. The portal has
automated, streamlined and re-engineered various processes and functions
involved in governance of the schools.

  • Deployment Location: MP state-wide rollout
  • Team Size: 5
  • Tech Used: Web Technology
  • Expected life: Ongoing


Manoj Jhalani,
Secretary, Govt of MP (School Education Department)


Sunil Jain, Technical Director
NIC, Bhopal MP


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