A screenshot of the CM Dashboard https://nl.cmdashboard.nic.in/Dashboard.aspx
Morung Express News
Dimapur | August 21
Nagaland Chief Minister, Neiphiu Rio launched the CM’s Dashboard on August 13 in Kohima with the objective of ensuring proper “monitoring of all government schemes with transparency and accountability in one single frame.”
The launching of such CM dashboards has become a trend in recent years after it was first implemented by Andhra Pradesh in 2015 as an “integrated dashboard established to monitor category-wise key performance indicators of various departments/schemes in real time.”
Nagaland State also became one of the handful states in India such as Karnataka, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana and Arunachal Pradesh to launch such a dashboard.
The Directorate of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) of the Government of Nagaland informed that the CM’s Dashboard was “a single window in terms of some important measurable parameters/progress called KPIS (Key Performance Indicator).”
“The system will enable the Chief Minister to assess the performance of the projects on the click of a button and take immediate actionable decisions with regard to the projects/schemes,” it added.
According to DIPR, Rio pointed out that currently 22 schemes of 11 state government departments are being monitored and others will follow suit.
The broad sectors covered are education, energy, finance, health, infrastructure, rural development and transport. The departments include Energy, Transport, PWD, RD, Finance, Panchayati Raj, Basic Education, Non-Conventional Energy, Medical & Health, Drinking and Sanitation, and Account and Treasuries.
The Morung Express takes a peek at the ‘window, appraised some parameters and few results are given below:
1. 2542 new vehicles in Nagaland each monthhttp://morungexpress.com/2542-new-vehicles-in-nagaland-each-month/
2. Only 2 districts in Nagaland with 100% Verified ODF village http://morungexpress.com/2-districts-in-nagaland-with-100-verified-odf-villages/