Saturday, 29 August 2015
Dear Yatnesh, Go I T Way wishes you many many happy returns of the day. Hope you have a wonderful day and that the year ahead is filled with much love, many wonderful surprises and gives you lasting memories that you will cherish in all the days ahead. Happy Birthday.
Saturday, 22 August 2015
New Source : GOACOM
Refer : http://www.goacom.com/goa-news-highlights/28180-goa-gels-well-with-prison-system
‘Prisms,’ a jail booking and management systems programme, currently adopted in Maharashtra jails and Bangalore’s Central Jail stands a good chance of being accepted by the Centre for all jails in India.
On Wednesday, Sidharth Kuncalienker, chairman of Economic Development Corporation (EDC), told ‘The Navhind Times’ that GEL has pitched ‘Prisms’ to the Ministry of Home Affairs for all jails in India. The Ministry, he said, is receptive to the proposal and the software could soon be implemented in every prison.
Developed by over 100 engineers of GEL in 2009, the software was first used in Goa’s two jails in Colvale and Sada and was found to be highly effective. Subsequently, the Maharashtra government approved it for all 35 jails in the state. It is presently in use in the largest jail Yerwada, Pune and facing trial run in Arthur Road jail before being extended to others in the state.
Managing director of GEL B S Borkar said that the software is an in-house product and totally independent by way of implementation. Jail authorities will not seek other software company for its use, he said. The software, he added, gives information on a prisoner at the click of a button. Further, it links all prisons of a particular state and if adopted by the Home Ministry, can result in centralised monitoring system.
|Mr. Borkar - MD|
Borkar pointed out that the ‘Prisms’ software in Yerwada took about three-four months to be implemented but the system is designed for use by a non-technical person. It is compatible to meet the needs of any correctional facility and can easily be widened in scope.
On Wednesday, GEL, which is a subsidiary of EDC, came up for praise by Kuncalienker, who said that it is the biggest IT service provider in Goa. The PSU employs about 200 plus people of which more than half are software engineers and the balance comprises of data entry operations, back-up and administrative staff.
The software, if used in all of India will be of great pride to Goa as it is a home-grown product, said Borkar.
GEL’s other activities comprise of computerising electricity bills of 5.5 lakh electricity consumers, online management of all social security schemes including the mining schemes and electronic organisation of electoral rolls.
|Revati Mujumdar - CEO|
The highly innovative ‘Prisms’ software is in modules. It computerises all information of a prisoner including identity marks, fingerprints, details of crime, identity of visitors, work done by an inmate, etc. There are jail birds, who confuse the warden with the identity of a visitor. On one day a visitor is a father while the other day he is an uncle. But with ‘Prisms,’ says Borkar, the identity of the visitor is stored digitally and, therefore, foolproof.
While the IT industry in Goa is caught up in the planning stage, the Prisms software seems like a straight-forward product that is providing the cutting edge to Goan engineers.
Thursday, 20 August 2015
Tuesday, 18 August 2015
As per the latest news appearing on the Times of India, its a good news for the upcoming IT entrepreneurs of Goa who will definitely take benefit of new initiative taken up by Goa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (GCCI) under its young entrepreneurs forum. GCCI is in the process of leveraging resources of major industry organizations, including NASSCOM, to provide mentor ship support to Goan entrepreneurs. A questionnaire-based survey discovered that entrepreneurs find it difficult to nurture and implement their ideas. The sessions, which are part of a two-year road map, will be recorded and uploaded on a Youtube channel. Though the focus will be broadly aimed at information technology startups, entrepreneurs from all sectors are welcome since the digital market is the next way forward. While initially the sessions will be held on a monthly basis, six months down the line, GCCI and the forum foresee weekly meetings for specific groups. To make it a knowledge base there will be regular talks on technology and implementation of technology for businesses.
On the other side to make Goa an information technology hub, Chief Minister Shree Laxmikant Parsekar on Saturday 15th August, Independence day, said the government envisages to set up two IT parks in the state in the next three to five years. There are 2,000 professionals in IT sector who scout for jobs annually. Lack of job opportunities force them to cross the border, while many try for government jobs then.
Saturday, 15 August 2015
Independence Day – a proud occasion for all the Indians across the globe who pay homage to our great leaders and freedom fighters and also people display National Flag on their attires. Well, Independence Day is one of the best day when patriotism is at its peak. GOITWAY Wishes a Happy 69th Independence Day to all!
Tuesday, 11 August 2015
Tuesday, 4 August 2015
Monday, 3 August 2015
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