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DBT Mission
Cabinet Secretariat
Rapid Urbanization
Cities -Drivers of
Economic Growth
Saturation of Metros
and Low Quality
of Life
SMART CITIES…NEED OF TH...
Smart Cities
3
Smart Cities may be defined as avenues that provide:
 Core infrastructure
 Give a decent quality of life ...
Smart City Components
4
Smart City Components – Contd.
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Enhancement of e-Governance and citizen services
– a key component of Smart Cities
Resident Data Hub (RDH) –may be the bas...
7
RDH
• Dynamic Feeds from
DBs at spokes
• Event Based Triggers
UIDAI
State/Scheme
DBs
Samagra, Bhamashah
People Hub
Citiz...
8
02
Socio Economic Status change
Per Capita/ Household income
Senior Citizen members in the household
Employment status f...
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Event based operational triggers
Event Triggers
1. Life Cycle Events captured by schemes
2. Socio economic status change...
Transfers made electronically / upon authentication
DBT : A Game Changer
Directly into the hands of the beneficiary
D
Bene...
DBT Enablers
11
Aadhaar as unique identifier
• Enables targeted beneficiary identification
• Helps in weeding out bogus be...
Financial Inclusion Technologies – A
boost for DBT enablers
12
ePoS
ATM
Micro ATM
Mobile
Wallets
Biometric
Household
Datab...
Enabling DBT in a Smart City
13
Reliable & Good Quality Network
Accessible Banking Facilities
Aadhaar Assignment for all
e...
Thank You
Direct Benefit Transfer Mission
Cabinet Secretariat
Government of India
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Smart City Uttar Pradesh 2016 - Importance of IT...Shri Peeyush Kumar, Joint Secretary, DBT, Government of India

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Smart City Uttar Pradesh 2016 - Importance of IT...Shri Peeyush Kumar, Joint Secretary, DBT, Government of India

  1. 1. DBT Mission Cabinet Secretariat
  2. 2. Rapid Urbanization Cities -Drivers of Economic Growth Saturation of Metros and Low Quality of Life SMART CITIES…NEED OF THE HOUR ● Urban population to increase from 340 mn to 590mn by 2030 (40% population to be in urban cities from 31% currently)1 ● Current contribution of Cities to GDP: Over 60%, Increase to ~75% by 2030 ● India ranks 135 among 182 countries in terms of quality of life3 ● Indian cities scored 2.5-4.0 vis a vis global benchmarks of 9.3-9.6 on scale of 104 Setting the context… 2
  3. 3. Smart Cities 3 Smart Cities may be defined as avenues that provide:  Core infrastructure  Give a decent quality of life to its citizens  A clean and sustainable environment  Application of ‘Smart’ Solutions Overall, the aim is to find solutions to various urban challenges through ICT based interventions connected up as an urban infrastructure.
  4. 4. Smart City Components 4
  5. 5. Smart City Components – Contd. 5
  6. 6. Enhancement of e-Governance and citizen services – a key component of Smart Cities Resident Data Hub (RDH) –may be the base for pro-active governance & real time service delivery in smart cities DBT is also one of the key pillars in e-Governance and citizen services 6
  7. 7. 7 RDH • Dynamic Feeds from DBs at spokes • Event Based Triggers UIDAI State/Scheme DBs Samagra, Bhamashah People Hub Citizen Touchpoints LSK, CSC, E-Mitra Census NPR SECC Validation & Authentication Data updates received at citizen touch points – Demo + Socio Economic Data captured from Census in future (If Any) Updates from State level DBs to ensure sanctity of data Hub and Spoke driven execution model for RDH
  8. 8. 8 02 Socio Economic Status change Per Capita/ Household income Senior Citizen members in the household Employment status for the household members 04 Education and Skills Status Literacy level of the household Skill mapping with NREGA requirements Lifecycle Events Birth Marriage Migration Split. 03 Health Status Changes Immunisation status Disability status Health Insurance coverage. 01 RDH • Dynamic Feeds from DBs at spokes • Event Based Triggers RDH - Enabler for Proactive Governance Ecosystem Event based operational triggers
  9. 9. 9 Event based operational triggers Event Triggers 1. Life Cycle Events captured by schemes 2. Socio economic status change 3. Health status change 4. Education and Skills RDH • Dynamic Feeds from DBs at spokes • Event Based Triggers Proactive Actions 1. Triggers for local service providers (PDS, employment exchange, govt. schools etc.) 2. Dynamic assessment of age of family members to initiate relevant benefits 3. Events triggered from • insurance claims to support the medical status (disability etc.) • Birth recorded to initiate the trail for immunization etc. 4. Triggers • Based on the educational status recorded corresponding scholarships to be initiated • Skill updation enrolment based on NREGA trend RDH - Enabler for Proactive Governance Ecosystem Contd..
  10. 10. Transfers made electronically / upon authentication DBT : A Game Changer Directly into the hands of the beneficiary D Benefits include Cash, In-Kind & Other Transfers B T 10
  11. 11. DBT Enablers 11 Aadhaar as unique identifier • Enables targeted beneficiary identification • Helps in weeding out bogus beneficiaries through De-duplication • Allows for transfers viz. demographic / bio-metric authentication • To act as financial address and facilitate seamless financial transaction Banking Facilities • Enables Cash-In & Cash-Out facilities for beneficiaries • Emerging solutions – Banking Correspondents, Payment Banks, e- Wallets, RuPay card, Mobile Banking • IT enablement (e.g. Micro ATM & ePOS) help in ‘banking the unbanked’ Network Infrastructure • Good Quality & Reliable network connectivity sin quo non for DBT transactions in rural and remote areas • IT systems enabling effective monitoring & information dissemination to beneficiaries
  12. 12. Financial Inclusion Technologies – A boost for DBT enablers 12 ePoS ATM Micro ATM Mobile Wallets Biometric Household Database Mobile Networks Location Database eGov Apps Citizen Service Centers Banks & BCs
  13. 13. Enabling DBT in a Smart City 13 Reliable & Good Quality Network Accessible Banking Facilities Aadhaar Assignment for all e-Gov Systems & Processes Connected Infrastructure & Systems Analytics & Business Intelligence
  14. 14. Thank You Direct Benefit Transfer Mission Cabinet Secretariat Government of India

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