- Animal Husbandry Department
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- Forest & Wild Life
- General Administration
- General Education
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- Science Technology & Environment
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Schemes and Programmes
|INTEGRATED TREASURY MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME|
CORE FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CFMS)
1. The Core financial management system is a mixed set of software, hardware, automated and manual processes, procedures, controls, and data necessary to carry out financial management functions of the state.
2. The age-old and cumbersome procedures will be eliminated and a reengineered financial system will come into force through BPR/GPR (Business/ Government Process Re-engineering)
3. Electronic submission of all the bills of Government to the Treasury; totally eliminating manual submission of bills.
4. The financial position of the state available at anytime
5. Ensures Electronic flow of information between all stakeholders viz,
6. Finance Department, individual Departments, Drawing and Disbursing Officer’s, Treasuries, Accountant General (AG), Reserve Bank of India, Agency Banks, etc.
7. Budget Estimation, Allotment and Monitoring System for the preparation, distribution and monitoring of the budget to the lowest level.
8. Centralized Financial Control on transaction.
9. Centralized Management of the System, need to look for any information related to state finance only at one place.
10. Need not be a single software application for the financial management needs of the state.
11. Information need not be physically located in the same database or in same location.
12. Information Security Management system is to be in place to protect the information from a wide range of threats and to ensure business continuity.
13. Introduction of e-Treasury for making all payments to the parties and accept receipts to the Government electronically.
14. Electronic Integration/exchange of Treasury Data to AG
15. ECS (Electronic Clearing System) and Net Banking for Bill Payment
16. (Processing Challan data & enchased cheque information from Bank to Treasury through electronic data transfer)
17. Providing Transaction data (Payment/Receipt /Allotment usage data) to the Govt. Department from Treasury through electronic data transfer
18. Bill Payment or Refund to DDO through ECS
19. Data transmission of SDO/Pensioner information including SDO Pay slip/Pension Payment Order (PPO) from AG to Treasury electronically
20. Centralized reporting (Preparation of State level financial MIS through consolidation of data from all Treasuries by the Directorate of Treasuries)
21. Launching of Treasury Portal for providing query services, data upload/download services to the stakeholders (Departments, Pensioners, Tax payer etc.)
22. Financial Accounting to provide the latest financial position of the state
23. G2G, G2E, G2G and G2B services will be enabled through SMS, through Web, IVRS and Touch screen kiosks.
24. In formulating the enterprise architecture, hybrid approach is taken into consideration.
25. Hybrid approach ensures the integration and use of legacy systems and to take into account all the processes and can set up the IT infrastructure incrementally.
26. This also ensures that the vision of the finance Department/Govt. of Kerala is taken into account for all the application developments and no hardware will be purchased in advance and kept idle.
CORE BANKING SYSTEM
Core Banking system or CBS is one of the recent developments in the field of banking, and has proved to be very useful. It is a facility provided by banks in which a person, having an account in one branch, can operate his account, in another branch. This has become possible, because each account holder is given a specialised, computerised and unique account number. In simple terms, CBS is a type of banking, in which a person, who opens a bank account in a particular branch of a bank, will be a customer of the bank, rather than being a customer of a particular branch. Therefore, he can transact anywhere, at any time. The prime features of the CBS are that it facilitates banking operations like ATM's, Electronic fund, Transfers, Telebanking, Internet banking etc. Moreover, introduction of new facilities and products wouldn't be a time-consuming process.
TREASURY INFRASTRUTURE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
1. All Treasuries are covered
2. Project Technical Committee to supervise the Project
3. Construction of new buildings
4. Civil Up gradation
5. Electrical Up gradation
6. Providing Equipments
7. Audit Survey completed
8. Requirements of each Treasury collected and reviewed
9. Workshop with INKEL and BSNL conducted
10. To finalize the Design, Plan and Estimate
11. Technical Committee on TIDP convened and made recommendations
AMENDMENTS TO KERALA TREASURY CODE
After the introduction of computerization in Treasuries, lot of rules and procedures has to be amended to legalize the technology adoption. Moreover the existing rules are date back to more than 50 years. A cell is constituted in the Directorate of Treasuries under the exclusive responsibility of a Joint Director for the amendment of KTC.
UP GRADATION OF IT INFRASTRUCTURE
The IT Infrastructure now available in Treasuries is very old and not suitable to meet the current requirements. Therefore we are in the process of upgradation of IT infrastructure. As part of the same we have already distributed 2000 computers and 1500 computer chairs.
UP GRADATION OF CIVIL INFRASTRUCTURE
Many Treasuries are functioning without adequate space. In some Treasuries improvement can be achieved through certain modifications. It is also proposed to provide sufficient basic requirements in each Treasury. In association with INKEL a detailed study was conducted with the help of Technical Education Department. Estimates are also prepared. We are waiting for the Administrative Sanction for the works.
Government have declared that wherever Treasuries are in private buildings and the concerned LSG provide minimum 10 cents of land, Government will construct State of Art Buildings for the Treasury.
In association with Commercial Taxes Department, SBI and SBT we have implemented this facility for the KVAT collection.
Service and Payroll Administrative Repository for Kerala (SPARK) is structured information based on staff, their training and experience. Issues related to recruitments, professions, trainings, postings, transfers, seniority lists, promotions and retirements etc can be handled through the SPARK. Moreover individual employee details such as drawal of salary, enforcing statutory deductions, processing of request for loans and advances and ensuring its recovery, issues related to leave, and increments can also handled. Over and above this can use for processing disciplinary matters and assessments of liabilities for calculating Pension and Gratuity as routinely done within the government.
SPARK is fully implemented in the Treasury Department. We are deploying the experienced incumbents to handle the Call centre of the SPARK also. Treasuries have taken leadership in association with IT @ school and imparted training for 46000 stake holders. Now a proposal is submitted to Government for sanctioning a programme for Training the remaining Drawing and Disbursement officers (DDOs), Self Disbursement officers (SDOs) and Task holders to complete the implementation of the SPARK in a time bound manner.