HYDERABAD: Data collected during a household wide survey conducted by the AP administration last year are finally ready but will not be publicly deployed.
Information from the Praja Sadhikara survey or the Intelligent Pulse Survey will be hosted by the AP State Architecture (APSEA) as a digital repository of state data. Different services can access information by connecting to APSEA and using the same to formulate schemes and assess the needs of beneficiaries. This is the second ITenabled database of its kind in the country after Madhya Pradesh took a similar initiative. “The survey covered more than 4.34 crore people from 1.38 crore household information. About 70 parameters on the socio-economic aspects of people were studied,” said J Satyanarayana, vice president of IT To the government, adding: “APSEA will be inaugurated by Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu soon.”
The data will only be used for official purposes, as it includes personal and personal information of individuals. The Smart Pulse Survey will allow the government to record information on “central people in the AP”.
As part of the initiative, investigators were deployed to enter data directly into tables connected to a portal. Various departments reviewed the information. Sources indicate that the government has appointed Oracle as a consultant for the project.
Once APSEA is ready, all land registrations, including those of the survey service, will be updated on this server. This “land hub” will provide one-stop services to citizens. After that, an “education center” will be created with information about all schools and colleges. This will also serve as an e-learning platform. The next one will be a “hub agri”, containing the most accurate information on soil health and farmers.
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In two months, four hubs will be ready, according to sources. The remaining hubs will be created based on data processing. Although the data are not shared in the public domain, officials are considering publishing important statistics after obtaining the approval of the Chief Minister.