29 December 2018

Gujrat Civil Registretion System Dwara Birth/Death Certy Ange Government Ni Latter


Gujrat Civil Registretion System Dwara Birth/Death Certy Ange Government Ni Latter.


Proof of birthplace (where the child was born) from the medical institution
Application Form

Parent’s identity proof
Residence Proof
Marriage certificate of the parent (optional)
Online Procedure for Applying Birth Certificate
The applicant has to follow the below-given procedures to obtain a Birth Certificate online:
Health & Family Welfare Department has created wide network of health and medical care facilities in the state to provide primary, secondary and tertiary health care at the door step of every citizen of Gujarat with prime focus on BPL families and weaker sections in rural/urban slum areas. Department also takes appropriate actions to create adequate educational facilities for medical and paramedical manpower in the state of Gujarat...
Open Government Data (OGD) Platform India - data.gov.in - is a platform for supporting Open Data initiative of Government of India. 

The portal is intended to be used by Government of India Ministries/ Departments their organizations to publish datasets, documents, services, tools and applications collected by them for public use. It intends to increase transparency in the functioning of Government and also open avenues for many more innovative uses of Government Data to give different perspective.The base Open Government Data Platform India is a joint initiative of Government of India and US Government. Open Government Data Platform India is also packaged as a product and made available in open source for implementation by countries globally.

The entire product is available for download at the Open Source Code Sharing Platform "GitHub".However, due to a lack of monitoring and vacancies at various administrative levels, the number of registrations dropped to about 86 percent during the years 1997 to 2003.  This trend has since been reversed due to several key measures taken by the state government with UNICEF support.  A decentralized monitoring system has been put in place.  In the first instance, the Civil Registration System (CRS) Cell at the state level has been upgraded with the addition of IT and MIS professionals and installation of high-end computers.   Similarly, a cell has been set up at the district level under the direct supervision of the Chief District Health Officer, who also functions as the District Registrar. The State CRS Cell and District Cell are now connected UNICEF has also provided assistance in training of key civil registration officials at different levels to improve the quality of data. More than 80 district/municipal officials have been trained in the entire civil registration system; analysis of the data and its importance for planning purposes.  Village and block level officials too have been trained in gathering and recording of data.

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