National Informatics Centre, Koppal



Shri Earanna Eshappa 

Technical Director 

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 IP Number : 32296


Shri Basavaraj Walad

Joint Director 

email :

 IP Number : 32297


G.M. Viveka

Network Facilitating Officer


Rajesh K

Network Facilitating Officer


Manjunath S Chakrasali

District Rollout Manager


# Details of Project/Services No.
1 National Level Projects 14
2 State Level Projects 10
3 District Unit Projects 16
4 Other Agency
Total  40


To enhance the healthcare delivery of patient centric services across the country, NIC has developed eHospital, e-BloodBank, and Online Registration System (ORS) and extended application software related technical support.

The eHospital is a web-based, workflow-driven application that functions as a Health Information Management System (HMIS) and can be easily customized with multi-tenancy support. It is an open-source application hosted on NIC’s National Cloud MeghRaj, utilizing a decentralized multi-instance architecture. Presently, more than 1000 health facilities across the country use eHospital, which is also compliant with Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission (ABDM) regulations.

Computerization and Computer Networking of Consumer Forums in Country (CONFONET)

CONFONET provides a single-window solution for automation of activities undertaken at the Consumer Forums at the National, State (35 State Commissions) and district level (600 district fora). The project has provided an ICT solution to achieve efficiency, transparency and e-governance at the consumer forums and has facilitated disposal of cases in a time bound manner. The registration of complaints, recording of court proceedings, issue of notices, generation of cause lists, recording of judgments, record-keeping and generation of statistical reports etc. are carried out through the Case Monitoring application software.

The CONFONET project caters to a wide range of beneficiaries like Consumers, Consumer Activists, Non-Governmental Organizations, Members of Consumer Courts, Bar Councils and Advocates.

To Know More Please Visit Website


The Integrated Road Accident Database (iRAD) Project is an initiative of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), Government of India and is funded by World Bank, with objective to improve road safety in the country. The main objective of the project is development of Integrated Road Accident Database (iRAD), to enrich the accident databases from every parts of the country. The project would generate various types of insights by analyzing the collected road accident data across the country through implementation of data analytics technique. The proposed system would represent the analysis output through Monitoring & Reporting Dashboard & Analytics Dashboard for easy understanding and accordingly forecasting & Decision Making by Apex Authorities for formulation of new policies & strategies. The outcome of the project would be enhanced road safety i.e. ‘Safe Road for All’ in India.


To Know More Please visit IRAD

Central Information Commission (CIC)

The Central Information Commission (CIC) set up under the Right to Information Act is the authorised body, established in 2005, under the Government of India to act upon complaints from those individuals who have not been able to submit information requests to a Central Public Information Officer or State Public Information Officer due to either the officer not having been appointed, or because the respective Central Assistant Public Information Officer or State Assistant Public Information Officer refused to receive the application for information under the RTI Act.All CIC VC’s are conducted at NIC Studio

To Know More Please visit Website

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Immigration, Visa and Foreigner’s Registration & Tracking (IVFRT)

In order to Modernize and upgrade the Immigration services, “Immigration, Visa and Foreigners Registration & Tracking (IVFRT)” has been identified and included as one of the MMPs to be undertaken by the Ministry of Home Affairs under the National e-Governance Plan (NeGP). The core objective of this Project is to develop and implement a secure and integrated service delivery framework that facilitates legitimate travelers while strengthening security. The scope of the project includes 169 Missions, 77 ICPs (Immigration Check Posts), 5 FRROs (Foreigners Regional Registration Offices), and FROs (Foreigners Registration Offices) in the State/District Headquarters.

The implementation of this MMP will enable authentication of traveler’s identity at the Missions, Immigration Check Posts (ICPs) and Foreigners Registration Offices (FROs) through use of intelligent document scanners and biometrics, updation of foreigner’s details at entry and exit points, improved tracking of foreigner’s through sharing of information captured during visa issuance at Missions, during immigration check at ICPs, and during registration at FRRO/ FROs.

IVFRT in Koppal

  • Training was given to FRO Office staff regarding the registration and renewal process in the software.

For More details Please Visit

E-Courts Project

The e-Courts project was conceptualized on the basis of the “National Policy andAction Plan for Implementation of information and communication technology (ICT) in the Indian Judiciary – 2005” submitted by e-Committee (Supreme Court of India),with a vision to transform the Indian Judiciary by ICT enablement of Courts.

The objectives of the project are:To help judicial administrations of the courts in streamlining their day-to-day activities

  • To assist judicial administration in reducing the pendency of cases.
  • To provide transparency of information to the litigants.
  • To provide access to legal and judicial databases to the judges.

E-Courts project is running in One District Court Complex and  Four Taluka Court Complexes of Koppal district. List is updated daily in the public portal.

To know more please visit the Koppal Court website


Aadhar Enabled Biometric Attendance System(AEBAS) was implemented by National Informatics Centre(NIC) intially in 54 Government Offices in Delhi to monitor all employees entering and exiting the offices.The biometric workforce management solution verifies the identities of employeesvia fingerprint scan to provide real-time access into the offices within two seconds.After its implementation at central government offices in Delhi, it is expand to other locations across the states.

To Know More Please Visit Website 


The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is a statutory authority established under the provisions of the Aadhaar (Targeted Delivery of Financial and Other Subsidies, Benefits and Services) Act, 2016 (“Aadhaar Act 2016”) on 12 July 2016 by the Government of India, under the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY). The Aadhaar Act 2016 has been amended by the Aadhaar and Other Laws (Amendment) Act, 2019 (14 of 2019) w.e.f. 25.07.2019.

Under the Aadhaar Act 2016, UIDAI is responsible for Aadhaar enrolment and authentication, including operation and management of all stages of Aadhaar life cycle, developing the policy, procedure, and system for issuing Aadhaar numbers to individuals and perform authentication and the security of identity information and authentication records of individuals.

To Know More Please visit website

NIC  Cloud Services

  • Platform as a Service – PaaS provides pre-installed web and database servers so that you can publish and run web application without worrying about server setup.
  • Infrastructure as a Service – IaaS provides you basic virtual compute infrastructure resources like CPU, Memory, Disk Storage attached to blank VMs with allowing you to install OS, using ISOs, from scratch and customization.
  • Software as a Services – This provides on demand software service. SaaS is a software delivery model where users are not responsible for supporting the application or any of the components. The server infrastructure, OS and software is being managed by cloud services.
  • Storage as a Service – This provides you on demand storage of various types including file storage and block storage etc. File and Block storage are methods to store data on NAS and SAN storage systems. Each storage volume can be treated as an independent disk drive and it can be controlled by external server operating system.

For more information please visit Website

Video Conferencing

With upgraded state-of-art technology in all locations, NIC provides one of the largest High Definition Video Conferencing Network in the country.

It is offering VC services since 1995, that are being used for monitoring various Government Projects, Schemes, Public Grievances, Monitoring of Law and Order, Hearings of RTI cases, Distance Education, Tele-Medicine, monitoring of Election processes, Launching of new schemes and more.

NIC-VC Services seamlessly integrate with laptops, desktops, tablets, smart phones, room systems and legacy equipment. NIC’s VC services are regularly being used by Hon’ble President of India, Hon’ble Prime Minister, Chief Ministers of various states, Cabinet Secretary and Chief Secretaries, Chief Information Commissioner, Central and State Government Ministers and Department Officials across country at all levels.


National Informatics Centre (NIC) through its Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Network – NICNET, has institutional linkages across most of the Departments of the State Governments  and District administrations of the district. NICNET is a satellite-based nation-wide computer-communication network, that is a type of Wide Area Network (WAN).

NKN(National Knowledge Network)

National Knowledge Network (NKN) project is aimed at establishing a strong and robust Indian network which will be capable of providing secure and reliable connectivity. Globally, frontier research and innovation are shifting towards multidisciplinary and collaborative paradigm and require substantial communication and computational power. In India, NKN with its multi-gigabit capability aims to connect all universities, research institutions, libraries, laboratories, healthcare and agricultural institutions across the country to address such paradigm shift. The leading mission oriented agencies in the fields of nuclear, space and defence research are also part of NKN. By facilitating the flow of information and knowledge, the network addresses the critical issue of access and creates a new paradigm of collaboration to enrich the research efforts in the country.

For More information please visit Website

Gun licensing software

The Arms Act, 1959 is an Act of the Parliament of India to consolidate and amend the laws relating to arms and ammunition in order to curb illegal weapons and violence using illegal weapons. The Arms Rules 2016 was notified on 15 July 2016 replacing Arms Rules 1962. Under Section 3 of the Arms Act, 1959 and the chapter II and III of The Arms rules 2016 have elaborate provisions for issuance of licence and the matters related thereof. It has been made essential to obtain an arms licence by a person/ company/ manufacturer etc. for manufacture, acquisition, possession or carrying of firearms or ammunition from a competent licensing authority. Sections 5 and 7 of Arms Act 1959 read with chapter V of Arms Rules 2016 relate to the manufacturing of arms and ammunition.

To Know More Please visit website


With the advent of high-end streaming media technology, the concept of doing live /on-demand webcast has gained popularity like never. Webcast allows to extend the reach of the event to all corners of the world, with no limitations of physical or geographical boundaries.

At National Informatics Centre, the events get an optimum webcast with flawless production quality. NIC’s webcast service offers various solution for an event, bringing onsite production, hosting, and streaming to millions of online viewers.

For more information Please visit website

Local Government Directory

The Ministry of Panchayati Raj (MoPR) has undertaken e-Panchayat Mission Mode Project(e-PanchayatMMP) with a view to introduce and strengthen e-Governance in Panchayati Raj Institutions(PRIs) across the country and build associated capacities of the PRIs for effective adoption of the e-Governance initiative. Under this project, Panchayat EnterpriseSuite (PES) has been conceptualised which comprises 11 Core Common applications.At present, Panchayat Enterprise Suite has been deployed/operational with 10 Core Common Applications and GIS layer module is under conceptualisation. The operational modules includes LGD(Local Government Directory), Area Profiler(Socio-economic & general details), PlanPlus(to strengthen Decentralised & Participatory Planning),PriaSoft(Panchayat Accounting), ActionSoft(Works/scehme implementation Monitoring System), NAD(National Asset Directory), Service Plus(To facilitate Service Delivery),Social Audit, Training and National Panchayat Portal(Dynamic Website of Panchayats) Local Government Directory will be used by the Central and State departments who are responsible for forming new States/UTs, new Districts, new Sub-Districts, new villages and new local government bodies as well as changing their status , nameand formation.

To Know More Please visit website

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Revenue Management Information System(RMIS)

Revenue Management Information System was developed with the aim of simplifying  the process of submitting reports about monthly improvements in various revenuesubjects to The Regional Commissioner. Reports about subjects like Agriculture,Audit, Land encroachment, Rainfall etc., are submitted on monthly basis.

Disaster Management (DDMA)


To make Karnataka safer and disaster resilient though proactive disaster risk governance, adopting people-centric approach to disaster risk reduction, climate change adaption and working towards sustainable developmental goals by harnessing appropriate technology and strategy involving all stakeholder, with the aim to improve our capability to mitigate, prepare, respond, and recover from all natural and manmade disasters.

For more information please visit Website

E-Office E-File 7.0

The E – Office product aims to support governance by ushering in more effective and transparent inter and intra-government processes. The vision of e-Office is to achieve a simplified, responsive, effective and transparent working of all government offices. The Open Architecture on which eOffice has been built, makes it a reusable framework and a standard reusable product amenable to replication across the governments, at the central, state and district levels. The product brings together the independent functions and systems under a single framework.

For more information please visit website

HASIRU(Horticulture Application for Scheme Implementation and Regulating Utilization of Funds)

The Department of Horticulture in association with National Informatics Centre (NIC) has developed “HASIRU-Horticulture Application for Scheme Implementation and Regulating Utilization of Funds” an online system for management of beneficiaries to bring about transparency in the projects implementation process, to have the database of the beneficiaries and to execute electronic fund transfer to its beneficiaries.

Starting from the selection of beneficiary, till the disbursement of subsidies to the beneficiaries’ accounts, the software is having capabilities to handle all the processes.

To know more please visit Website


Used for managing the non-agricultural properties in gram Panchayat of RDPR departmentOnline portal for managing non – agricultural Property Records in rural areas.


For More information please visit the website

E-Janma(Birth and Death)

Uniform software for Births and Deaths Registration in Karnataka

  • Single window for Registration of Births/Deaths for Rural, Urban and
  • Government hospitals
  • Digitally Signed Certificate
  • Collection of certificates from any authorized Centres
  • Online Verification of the certificate
  • Single portal for Corrections  in Births/Deaths and Name inclusions –
  • Ported all silos  data to eJanMa
  • Integrated with Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) portal

For more information please visit Website

FRUITS – Common platform for Farmers and Agriculture and allied Departments

Karnataka state implements several schemes for the benefit of farmers. Farmers undertake different agriculture and agriculture related activities like growing Agriculture crops, Horticulture crops, Sericulture, Dairy, Poultry, Fishery etc. Each of this activity requires specialized knowledge and experience. Therefore, the state has established specialized and specific department to assist farmers in carrying out farming activities effectively and efficiently. While establishment of exclusive departments brings focused approach for development of each of these activities, farmers need to approach different departments for availing any type of assistance and benefits. It is common practice that all the departments seek documents from the farmers for providing benefits under any scheme. Farmers end up submitting same set of documents to different departments every year. Sometimes they will be required to submit one set of documents for every scheme in same department.

To know more about please visit Website


Electronic Mail (better known as E-Mail), is the most used Network Service across the country. National Informatics Centre (NIC) provides different kinds of E-mail services to its users, over NICNET, which is NIC’s satellite-based communication network. The different types of e-mail services being provided include SMTP, UUCP and X.400. The NICNET e-mail service is distributed over many mail servers located at different NIC Centres. These are inter-linked with each other in a way that mails can be exchanged amongst all types of services.

For more information please visit website

Network Monitoring

NIC network is continuously monitored. This reports the access of malicious websites or unwanted websites by the users. Websites which are not required can be blockedfrom accessing.

Video Conferencing

With upgraded state-of-art technology in all locations, NIC provides one of the largest High Definition Video Conferencing Network in the country.

It is offering VC services since 1995, that are being used for monitoring various Government Projects, Schemes, Public Grievances, Monitoring of Law and Order, Hearings of RTI cases, Distance Education, Tele-Medicine, monitoring of Election processes, Launching of new schemes and more.

NIC-VC Services seamlessly integrate with laptops, desktops, tablets, smart phones, room systems and legacy equipment. NIC’s VC services are regularly being used by Hon’ble President of India, Hon’ble Prime Minister, Chief Ministers of various states, Cabinet Secretary and Chief Secretaries, Chief Information Commissioner, Central and State Government Ministers and Department Officials across country at all levels.

NIC Service Desk

NIC Service Desk (“Service Desk”) allows individuals users from the public as well as Government employees (Central, state and districts) to lodge user’s complaints on IT related services, provided by NIC either directly or indirectly. NIC service desk is single point of contact for registration of complaints and forwarding the service requests/complaints to concerned solution providers.

NIC Service desk will make every effort to run this service(s) with proficiency and efficiency.

District Website

S3WaaS:Secure, Scalable and Sugamya Website as a Service, is a SaaS model designed to create user-friendly, customizable, and GIGW conformant websites for government entities. The platform, hosted on the NIC Cloud infrastructure, simplifies website creation, deployment, configuration, and management.

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Public Gravience Cell(PGC)

Public Grievances Cell has various user levels where in the complaints registered will be tossing. This software also generates the reports which the DEO has to be submitted to the CEO office daily.

Related Link : PGC

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Monthly Programme Implementation Calendar

Monthly Programme Implementation Calendar (MPIC) helps in preparing implementation calendar for each plan and non-plan scheme setting out details of steps to be taken at the District Level for effective implementation of plan and non-plan schemes from the very beginning of the financial year.This helps in aggregating all the schemes/sub-schemes of each Department for generating a top sheet summary for each Department at the District level..

Related Link : MPIC

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Paper Less Office(PLO)

In the traditional way of file process in any office, files are moving physically from table to table. The top management is directly depending on the lower level officer/officials for each and every queries called by the citizens / government. This has attracted lot of criticism to the top Officers. It was very difficult to know the status of file pendency, clearance of file in each caseworkers level. This paper less office is designed to assist the Higher Officers as “OFFICE TOOL”. 

Koppal is the Second district to implement PLO in Karnataka. PLO at DC Office Koppal has started in August 2012. Since then all the files of DC Office are digitalized and are moved in PLO itself.

Related Link : PLO

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Disabilities information system

This application is implemented to Disabilities dept. in accordance with monthly data entry of records and they can get Consoldated reports also.

Related Link : Disabilities

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Gram Panchayath President/Vice President Reservation System

Before this software, it was very difficult for the DC officials to fix the reservation for Gram panchayath President and Vice Presidents and they use to work with more than 20 officials for one full day for one taluka. By using this software 2-3 officials can finish the process in one and half hour per taluka. This saved lot of man power and time. This software is executed in a taluka place front of all the elected members of Gram panchayath (around 700 members) in an open hall. Since this process involves lot of logical conditions and hence, was leading to confusion to members as well as the officials to answer any queries. To overcome this confusion and to bring the transparency in this process the Deputy Commissioner has requested to develop this software.

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An application was developed locally for webcasting. Using this DC/CEO can communicate to all the locations where there is no Video Conferencing facility. And also its help in election purpose to monitor polling station,counting centre and others.

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Students Internet World

The Students Internet World Program is an initiative from the Karnataka Government, Department of IT, BT&ST to promote ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) to the School students community and it is conducted across the states from 18th,19th and 21st November 2013.

This endeavor is fuelled by the belief that the Internet has the power to transform the lives of citizens in the hinterlands and open a whole host of opportunities that would not have been otherwise accessible to them. Whether it is in the field of education or in routine chores like paying utility bills, booking tickets, banking etc. the Internet has the potential to provide everyday conveniences, act as a gateway to a plethora of information and facilitate a host of functionalities encompassing entertainment, education, lifestyle and business.

The objective behind Students Internet World is to provide an experiential environment through an exhibition to visiting students whereby they can witness the various functionalities enabled by the Internet, discover its wonders and experience the magic of computers.


Revenue Court Case Monitoring System (RCCMS)


Revenue Court Case Monitoring System (RCCMS)developed with the aim of simplyifying the process of submitting reports about monthly improvements in various revenue subjects to The Regional Commissioner. Reports about subjects like Agriculture, Audit, Land encroachment, Rainfall etc., are submitted on monthly basis.

Related Link : RMIS ,


The BhooPhala software has been designed, developed and implemented in the Soil Health Centres, Dept. of Agriculture, Karnataka State. It

  • Facilitates easy maintenance and updation of Soil Sample Details.
  • Facilitates easy maintenance and updation of Soil Analysis Results details including Micronutrient Analysis results.
  • Allows to view the Soil Health Card for both STCR & General Methods regarding the Suggestions / Recommendations.
  • Allows to view Monthly Statement, Half-Yearly Statement, Annual Statement, Yearly Statement (Soil Fertility)
  • Takes care of automatic estimation of the Chemical Fertilizers requirement of the crop selected / season / Irrigated or Dry condition.
  • Facilitates to view & take the print of the Fertility Map at desired level viz., District, Taluk, Raith Sampark Kendra (Hobli), Grampanchayat, and Village.
  • Easy method for maintenance of Soil Registers for the methods of analysis analyzing in the Lab with a facility to get a hard copy.


HRMS package is developed for Karnataka State Govt Employees. Guidance and support is given to the staffs when they find any difficulty with the package.

Related Link : HRMS

Karnataka State Wide Area Network

Three KSWAN engineers are deployed in Koppal District. Technical guidance is given to the issues raise by them.

Related Link : KSWAN

Sl No
DIO Name ADIO Name
Phone No
Mobile Number
IP Phone Number

Bagalkot SHRI GIRIACHAR V   08354-235087 9449811810 32201

Bengaluru Urban (Bangalore Urban) Shri R G KOWTAL SMT SONIA JOSEPH 080-22239517 9448496004 32221

Bengaluru Rural (Bangalore Rural) Shri KARTHIKEYAN     9980493855 32216

Ballari (Bellary) SHRI SHIVAPRAKASH VASTRAD SHRI RAMANAMURTHY C V 08392-268051 9448572530 32211

Belagavi(Belgaum) SHRI SANJEEVA R KSHIRASAGAR SHRI SHRISH KADAGADAKAI 0831-2452507,2424700 9448110032 32206

Bidar SHRI SRINIVAS K   08482-226111 9480166952 32226

Vijayapura (Bijapur) SHRI GUGAWAD SHIVANAND   08352-276582,276583 9448917021 32231

Chamarajanagar SHRI YATHIRAJ K P   08226-224515226421 9449823082 32236

Chikkaballapura SHRI VINAY C P     9449493901 32241

Chikkamagaluru (Chikkamagalur) SHRI SARASA KRISHNA KIRAN M   08262-220218 8105746468 32246

Chitradurga SHRI RAMAKRISHNA SASTRI K   08194-222273,223023 9449148714 32251

Davangere SHRI UDAYKUMAR H R SHRI RAMESH M S 08192-262103 9844112518 32256

Dharwad SMT MEENAKUMARI M SHRI RAJU CHADACHAL 0836-2744159,2743813 9448631318 32261

Gadag SHRI SATISH NAIK   08372-539250 9449148714 32266

Kalaburagi (Gulbarga) SHRI PRAMOD HIROLIKAR   08472-278640 9448531122 32271

Hassan SHRI SATHYA MOORTHY   08172-2267479,265447 8050102054 32276

Haveri SHRI BHIMSEN B HEGDE   08375-249023 9422967548 32281

Uttara Kannada (Karwar) SHRI SHREEKANTH S JOSHI   08382-226516 9886049500 32286

Kodagu (Madikeri) SHRI G. AJITH   08272-224289 9483978310 32301

Kolar SHRI SWAMY S R   08152-243562 9242100001 32291



IP Phone No: 32297

08539-222352 9448888114 32296

Mandya SHRI SURESH   08232-222538 9535437954 32306

Dakshina Kannada (Mangaluru) SHRI VISHNU BHAT K


IP Phone No: 32312

0824-245167324516742455329 9448271964 32311

Mysuru (Mysore) SHRI R. SUDARSHAN   0821-2330499 9927148482 32316

Raichur SHRI BALA RAVI SEKHAR Y   08532-225476 9740312128 32321

Ramnagara SMT MANIMOZHI UDAYANAN   080-22863218 9448102916 32326

Shivamogga (Shimoga) SHRI VENKATESH BENAKATTI   08182-224172,225924,225876 9242413050 32331

Tumakuru (Tumkur) SHRI AJAY PRASASTHA TATAPUDI   0816-2272931 9483156699 32336

Udupi SHRI MANJUNATHA A   0820-2535550 9481918728 32341