The Centre is ambitiously trying to make the functioning of the Parliament and State Houses paperless. The e-Vidhan project comes under the Digital India Programme of the Central government.
This will help in acquiring all the information, simplistically by the assembly members. They can easily access data related to their workings and documents following the house’s proceedings, directly from their laptops and mobile phones.
The e-Vidhan application was molded as the National e-Vidhan Application (NeVA). This application will cover all the 39 houses, that includes the Rajya Sabha, Lok Sabha, 31 assemblies, and six councils, an official said.
This project is a part of the 44 Mission Mode Project (MMP) under the Central’s Digital India program. The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs has completed its new modules of digital houses, applicable to all the houses; it also includes committee modules, bills, and the reporter’s module.
The Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs in a statement said, “The e-Vidhan will bring all the legislatures of the country together on one platform to create a massive data depository without having the complexity of multiple applications