As a part of its e-Governance initiative, the Government of Madhya Pradesh, India has launched its online citizen services portal called MPOnline. The portal was developed by MPOnline Limited, a joint venture between Madhya Pradesh Electronics Development Corporation (MPSEDC, Government of Madhya Pradesh) and TATA Consultancy Services Limited (TCS) that is mandated with delivering G2C and B2C services to the common man via its portal https://www.mponline.gov.in .
MPOnline Limited was formed in 2006 and the first services were delivered by the
Portal in 2007.
The MPOnline project has realized the vision of the government to provide government
services at the doorsteps of citizens and businesses. During the relatively short
term since its establishment, the benefits of the project have penetrated deep into
the urban as well as rural areas, and deliver a very wide spectrum of services.
MPOnline is an acronym for ‘MPOnline Information for Citizen Empowerment’.
The beneficiaries of the project are citizens, commercial organizations and Government Departments. The MPOnline Portal hosts a number of services which caters to various age groups and are utilized by the citizens of the State and the entire Country at large. By and large, we cover three main aspects of Services - Education, Recruitment and Business to Citizen services.
Starting from X and XII Exams from MP Board of Secondary Education, a citizen applying for a Professional examination like PET, PPT etc. through Professional examination Board (VYAPAM) and MPPSC Service Exams. MPOnline also has number of services for the rural citizens like Temporary Agriculture connections for farmers.
The Portal is all the more popular for the ease of mode of payments available through Internet banking facility with 52 banks, Credit/ Debit Card and through any of the large kiosk network spread across the State.
MPOnline has presence in all 50 districts, over 342+ tehsils and 313+ blocks of Madhya Pradesh. Apart from MPOnline, Four service centre agencies have been identified under NEGP, 2006 to set up CSCs. These Service Centre Agencies are AISECT, Reliance, CMS and NICT. Madhya Pradesh is having proud distinction of the only state where CSCs are financially viable.