राजस्थान व राजे सरकार ने दिया मुझे अच्छे अनुभवों का तोहफा

Untitled-2इस देश में कई तरह के लोग कई तरह की वेशभूषा वाले हैं और कई तरीके के कास्ट वाले लोग हैं, मगर इस  देश में सबसे अलग, सबसे जुदा और सबसे अच्छा राजस्थान प्रदेश है, क्योंकि यहाँ का रहन-सहन, संस्कृति और अनुशासन अापको अपनी तरफ खींचता है और इसको बरक़रार रखने का पूरा श्रेय हमारी सरकार और यहाँ की जनता को जाता है जिसने हमेशा अपना भरोसा सरकार को सौंपा।

मगर इस समय इस भरोसे और इस जज़्बे को हमारी मुख्यमंत्री श्रीमति वसुंधरा राजे जी को सौंपा गया जिन्होंने पूरी ईमानदारी से अपनी अच्छी और लाभकारी योजनाओं से और अपनी मेहनत से पूरे प्रदेश में लगभग सभी लोगों का दिल जीता है।

मैं दो लाइन का अनुभव जो मैंने यहाँ रहकर सीखा वह आपसे शेयर करना चाहता हूँ।
माना कि लोग बहुत मिलेंगे हर गली हर शहर हर मंज़िल में  मगर सच्चा साथी और सच्चा सहपाठी वही है जो हाथ से हाथ मिलाकर चले।

तो इसी विचार के साथ हम यही व्यक्त कर सकते हैं कि श्रीमति वसुंधरा राजे अपनी जनता के साथ हाथ से हाथ मिलाकर चल रही है जिससे जनता समझ गयी है कि अापके साथ किसका हाथ मिला हुआ है जो अपने सहपाठी और अपने साथी के साथ चलती जा रही है,  एक विकास और एक नए मंज़िल की ओर।

मैं अपनी समझ का ध्यान रखते हुए अपने भाव को एक शायरी में अर्ज़ करना चाहता  हूँ ,

कि कोई दुकान वाला जिस तरह दीवाली, ईद और होली में अपनी अपनी दुकान को साजे ,
मगर कोई ऐसा भी है कि जिसकी योजनाएँ प्रदेश की जनता के दिलो में घंटियों की तरह बाजे ,
उसे कहते है राजस्थान की वसुंधरा राजे।

जयपुर (राजस्थान)

Upcoming Cars in India 2017 – Redefining Luxury

bannerIndian Market has been flooded with brand new car models in recent years which include state of the art luxurious features along with the next-generation safety measures for the driver against road accidents.  Year 2017 is yet another promising year for the Car Industry in India wherein the famous car brands like Toyota, Renault, Skoda and Maruti Suzuki have planned to launch their new models by the mid/end of this year. Here’s a look at 4 amazingly impressive Cars which are expected to be launched by this Diwali.

New Gen Maruti Suzuki Dzire



It’ll be the third generation of Maruti Suzuki Dzire which is planned to be launched this year. The second Generation of the variant had already crossed all selling records and the company is now ready to launch its third generation. The car is very similar to its second generation model except the fact that it has more sedan-like features as far as the area proportions are concerned. The latest segment of the vehicle would be available with the new in-built touch screen entertainment system and rumors suggest that the sedan is going to be GPS- equipped as well.  The exterior has been completely redesigned keeping the BS IV norms intact, though the Engine is said to be kept the same like the first and the second generations of the car segment.

New Gen Toyota Camry

toyota camry

Toyota has already made its mark in the Indian Car Industry market by launching its premium luxury sedans like Toyota Corolla, Toyota Corolla Altis, Toyota Camry and many more. Now is the time when Toyota is ready to launch a new face to its legendary variant – Toyota Camry. Just to remind you, Camry was the best selling hybrid sedan at the time of its launch in India. Toyota now claims to have made the all new Toyota Camry much more comfortable and also assures that it’ll embed premium handling. It will be available both in Sedan and Hybrid models and the company is planning to showcase it in the upcoming Auto Expo 2018.

Renault Kaptur



Renault is all set to launch its new SUV Renault Kaptur in India later this year. After the grand success of Renault Duster in the country, the company has decided to go another mile with its all new sports utility vehicle. Renault claims that this new SUV has been designed keeping the Indian roads and environment in mind. The styling of the car is according to the European conditions, although, it is expected to create a magic on Indian Roads for sure. Kaptur would be positioned above Renault Duster in all aspects including the volume of the Engine. The car is expected to be launched by the end of this year.

Skoda Kodiaq

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The Czech Carmaker Skoda had announced to launch its latest premium SUV in India in 2016 and after its grand success in Berlin, Skoda has confirmed the same lately. The car has been tested In Indian conditions and much to the happiness of the carmaker, it is ready to be launched in India in September 2017. Skoda is planning to launch two variants of the same wherein one variant would be a 5-seater SUV whereas the other would be having an optional 7-seater configuration as well.  With the massive 104 mm of rear legroom, the car is definitely ready to impress the Indian car users. The vehicle is expected to be housing a giant 2.0 litre TDI diesel engine. The car will also be available in its petrol variant.

By: Devendra Rijhwani 

5 Ways To Décor Your Room With Used Bottles

banner bottleDo you have spare empty bottles at your home and you want to discard them?  Wait! You can use them in a better way. Be creative and use these bottles to décor your room, lawn or kitchen. Here are few cool ideas to recycle used bottles:

1) Wine Bottle Soap Dispenser: Wash bottle and remove labels. Use a brush to apply a layer of glitter glue to bottle’s neck. Sprinkle with glass glitter until completely covered. Let dry. Fill with dish soap. Add pourer.

wine bottle

2) Wine Cork Picture Frame: Paint frame in a colour of your choice. Using box cutter, cut corks into ¼″-thick slices. Paint slices in different colours and let it dry. Put these coloured corks on the frame.

picture frame

3)Bird Feeder: Use plastic bottles and make two diagonal holes with a knife at the middle and put two wooden spoons crossing the two holes. Fill the jar with bird feed and hang it on your balcony or in your lawn.

bird feeder

4) Bottle Holders: Use colourful bottles to manage your make up brushes, lip colours of cosmetics. These beautiful holders can also be used as a toothbrush-toothpaste holder. You can use them for keeping your pen, pencils etc. Cut a bottle in half and then smooth their corners by using iron.


5) Wall Garden: One of the most beautiful and eco-friendly uses of these bottles could be your wall garden. It can be on your terrace or backyard. Use bottles as small pots with various seedlings. It’s easy, beautiful and eye-catchy use of bottles.

bottle garden

Very small, easy, quick and creative use of used bottles can give a raw and innovative touch to your home décor. So before throwing the bottles away, give a though to use them in a perfect way. So start today!

By: Sudha Ram Joshi

5 Handmade Craft Work To Décor Your Room

craft work banner 1Once in a while, we all feel to give a flare to our creative side and want to try a hand in something captivating to our eyes and heart. There is no better place than your room to give this “personal” touch. There could be many handmade craft work to décor your room which can bring many compliments for your creativity.

Let’s try few:

1) Butterfly Wall Décor: This is one of the simplest craft works you can do for your room. A lively and vivacious presence of colourful butterflies will brighten your room. Use black coloured craft paper or colourful and cut them. Use double tape to give a desirous shape on your wall.


2) Paper Rosette Backdrop: One of my personal favourite, easy simple and quick to make but full of colour. Be it your room or you are throwing any party, it can go will all. Take a piece of paper and accordion fold it all the way. Fold your accordion-folded piece of paper in half. Once you have three, staple them to each other.


3) Yarn Banners: If you are looking for something out of the box and raw, then yarn banners are the best décor for your room. All you need is yarn in various colours. Prepare dowels of them in any size as per your wall space. Hang them on the sticks and place it on walls. This will give a perfect positivity to your room.


4) Punch Art: This punch art can be done by even kids. All you require is colourful, printed, patterned and textured sheets. Punch them in a circular shape and paste them on one board. It’s quick and amazing. Give it a try!


5) Hi Painting (Text Painting): Seems very interesting! Use a sponge with colours and write any text for your wall, door or entrance and amaze people with simplest yet engaging craft work.


These 5 simple handmade craft work can make your room sparkle and eye-catchy. Your room always needs your creative pampering.


Adventure Supreme – Things To Do Before You Die

blog bannerHave you ever thought of getting out of the boring schedule and try something new to come out of it – many of us for sure must have and to travel sounds like the best idea too. But how about trying something out of the box this time like Riot Tourism may be, or Volcano Boarding, or Extreme ironing for that matter.

All of us want to spend a good and a comfortable life and to achieve it, we get too busy in finding ways to earn more and more money without worrying about the fact that it consumes most of our lifetime. And at the end, we regret that we were unable to do anything thrilling and exciting. And who is to be blamed – Us, obviously.

Here are five things anyone and everyone should try at least once in their lives, to feel rejuvenated, to get energized and more importantly to create memories for the future.

  • Jet Pack Flight: Not only Iron man has the rights to fly nowadays. The recently trending Jet Pack Flights have become the main attraction among the crowd of Dubai.   It surely is a bit costly venture, but it’s worth every buck spent for it.

Jet Pack Flight

  • Water Fall Kayaking:  If you’ve ever been afraid of water and all the power it contains in itself, now can be the time for you to try out Water Fall Kayaking and kill all the fear you have been pertaining from water all your life. All you need is a Kayak and a waterfall, of course.

Water fall kayaking

  • Heli Skiing: Another heart-throbbing adventure sport which will shake all your nerves is Heli Skiing. The helicopter carries you to the top of the mountain range, and the rest becomes that part of your life, which you can never forget for a long time.  The sport is for the ones who know skiing and more importantly for those who don’t know it. It’s a wonderful experience and everyone should experience it at least once.

Heli Sking

  • Under Water Golf:  Almost all of us must have heard of Golf, and of course, most of us, must have tried hands on it too. But Under Water Golf gives an altogether different experience wherein you’ll get a chance to play golf under the deep blue sea.  The sport has been started in a Chinese aquarium and with its widespread popularity, other countries are also getting aligned with the idea of introducing it in their homelands.

Under Water Golf

  • Sky Diving: As dangerous as it can sound, Skydiving has become most popular in European countries and in countries like Dubai. A major tourist attraction, Skydiving includes a couple of days of tough training on the ground. Once you are ready, they take you to the heights of more than 20,000 feet above the ground in a chopper. It’s an amazing experience once you jump out of the chopper because it feels as if you are literally flying for some time, until you unleash the parachute.

Sky Diving

So don’t wait for long and let your adrenaline rise. Some must do’s before you die and to reach your adventure supreme.

By: Devendra Rijhwani


Annapoorna Bhandar Yojana

Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje (Government of Rajasthan) launched the first of its kind initiative in the country called Annapurna Bhandar Yojana. This scheme launched in association with Rajasthan State Food & Civil Supplies Corporation and Future Consumer Enterprise Ltd. It is a public-private partnership (PPP) scheme for providing multi-brand products of daily consumption at fair price shops (FPS).

Under this public-private partnership (PPP) scheme, Public Distribution System would be modernized by providing better quality multi-brand consumer goods at competitive prices to the general public through fair price shops (FPS). The state government has aimed to strengthen efforts to make positive change and bettering the daily lives of the people of Rajasthan. Chief Minister addressing that Annapurna Bhandar stores act as malls for the villages of Rajasthan and it could become India’s biggest entrepreneurship drive with 5,000 FPS dealers turning into entrepreneurs with Annapurna Bhandar. This government inspired to start this scheme from a store at Tamatia village in Dungarpur district where ration shop, small bank, khaad-beej and grocery products were being made available at one place. In the first phase, 5,000 fair price shops(FPS) in which 1,000 each at Jaipur, Jodhpur and Udaipur division while 500 each in rest of the divisions converted into Annapoorna Bhandars by March 2016. In the next three years, 25,000 fair price shops will be converted into Annapoorna Bhandars

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Benefits of Annapurna Bhandar Yojana:

  1. Benefits of multi-brand products of daily consumption at fair price shops (FPS)
  2. Under this scheme, more than 150 food products such as edible oils, pulses, pickles, sugar, biscuits, spices, cosmetics, soap, washing powder, shampoo, toothpaste, pens, notebook, bulb, match box, slippers, phenyl, toilet cleaners etc. would be available at fair price shops (FPS)
  3. Annapurna Bhandar acts as rural malls in Rajasthan state
  4. Benefits of 2% to 30% on actual MRP to the retailers under Annapurna Bhandar Yojna
  5. Benefits of quality products to the consumer at Annapurna Bhandar shops
  6. Over 150 branded items available at these shops
  7. Dealers in villages now get more profit by selling different products under Annapurna Bhandar Yojna.


Features of Annapurna Bhandar Yojana:

  1. Annapurna Bhandar Yojna is a public-private partnership (PPP) scheme for providing multi-brand products of daily consumption at fair price shops (FPS).
  2. Under this public-private partnership (PPP) scheme, Public Distribution System would be modernized by providing better quality multi-brand consumer goods at competitive prices to the general public through fair price shops( FPS).
  3. India’s biggest entrepreneurship drive with 5,000 FPS dealers turning into entrepreneurs with Annapurna Bhandar.
  4. Under this scheme, Annapoorna Bhandars will emerge as malls in rural areas of Rajasthan and in the first phase, the scheme would be operational through five thousand Fair Price Shops in the state
  5. In the future, this mini-bank, seeds and fertilisers, stores also will remain available.
  6. Annapoorna shops have more than 150 food items mainly edible oils, pulses, pickles, sugar, biscuits, spices, cosmetics, soap, washing powder, shampoo, toothpaste, pens, notebook, bulb, match box, slippers, phenyl, toilet cleaners etc.



Rajasthan Sampark Portal | Lodge grievance And Status Check

Untitled-2Rajasthan Sampark Portal is a Government Of Rajasthan official portal for to book Grievance and To check the status of grievance. Resident People from Rajasthan State can apply for grievance at http://sampark.rajasthan.gov.in. sampark.rajasthan.gov.in is Rajasthan Sampark Portal. Please check your Status from the above-said website.

More details of this Rajasthan Sampark aims to provide a centralized platform to lodge their grievances. Sampark is the result of that ambition. By this sampark website, any citizen of the state can lodge his/ her grievances to the respective Government Departments. After lodging his / her complaint certain department will monitor the booked complaint and then start taking proper action on it to resolve the raised complaint. It primarily consists of a State level Call Center with integrated web portal which will act as a single point of contact for addressing and redressing various citizen centric queries and grievances related to government services. Users can file and lodge complaints online with the help of this Portal.

How To Lodge Complaint In Grievance:

  • Open sampark.rajasthan.gov.in
  • There select Lodge Your Grievance option  शिकायत दर्ज करें
  • Open http://sampark.rajasthan.gov.in/Grievance_Entry/Complain_Request.aspx#stay
  • After selection of the said link, a new web page with an online application form will appear on the screen.
  • Enter your mobile number there. The number entered by you will help to contact you when required.
  • After entering Mobile number, Take send OTP option
  • Now a dialogue box will ask you to enter One Time Password – OTP
  • Enter the 4 Digit OTP Code
  • Enter your complaint in Description Box with full explanation
  • Select from how many days you are facing this problem, Select in Days / Months / Years
  • If you have any document related the issue please upload it.
  • If you need technical assistant help / Customer Care Help please select a tick on ” Yes In Need 
  • Else Select a tick on ” No I will Do It My Self “
  •  Finally the Last Burt Not least Submit it. And Note Down your Grievance Identification number
How To Check Complaint Status ( Lodge Complaint status Of Grievance )
  • Open http://sampark.rajasthan.gov.in
  • select  View grievance status option
  • Enter Grievance Id or Mobile Number ( Registered While on Complaint Booking Time )
  • If you enter grievance Id, Enter captcha code in next step
  • If you entered Mobile number, Go for OTP and Enter OTP sent to your mobile
  • After entering enter Security code shown in the box.
  • Click on View to check Status Of Your Lodge grievance

Source: meesewa.biz

Rajasthan’s cashless village: Women peep out of veils to scan codes for payment

1200-600Twenty-two-year-old Bhalaram Dudi uses Paytm, an online payment app, on his mobile phone to pay for his haircut. The barber, Prabhu Lal, also uses the app for buying his stuff from Matwal General Store.

In a remote desert village in north Rajasthan, cashless transactions are quite a revolution. Sardarpura Khalsa, a village of 600 houses, people flaunt that they are ‘digital and cashless’ with posters pasted outside their houses; women peep through their veils to scan bar codes of shops on their mobile phones to make payments.

The village, 290 km from Bikaner, in Rawatsar block of Hanumangarh district has gone cashless with all 28 shops accepting digital payments.

The Rajasthan government’s department of information and technology (DoIT) adopted the village in January to train people in digital technology. People were trained for using BHIM and Paytm apps, and the *99# facility for those who don’t have smartphones.

Four months down the line, Sardarpura Khalsa is neighbours’ envy.

Ashish Sihag, nodal officer of DoIT e-governance cell, said volunteers first motivated people to link their bank accounts with Aadhaar and mobile numbers, and then told them about cashless transactions.

 There are 4,100 accounts in the village’s only bank, Oriental Bank of Commerce; 2,590 of them are linked with Aadhaar and 1,942 with their mobile numbers.

“Some of them also use the UPI facility of the bank for transactions,” Sihag added.

“When we had cash in hand, we often spent irrationally,” said Balram Chapola, a villager. “Now I use my mobile phone for payments all shops in the village and end up saving some money.”

The IT department provided plastic banners to all the shops to be hanged outside with their codes that will be used by villagers for digital transactions.

The village has internet connectivity provided by private service providers, and there’s RAJNET, the government facility, at Atal Sewa Kendra.

Even vegetable vendors have swipe machines for cashless transactions, said Sihag.

“Sardarpura Khalsa is emerging as the pivot of digital revolution in Rajasthan,” said Yogendra Kumar, DoIT deputy director.

Source: Hindustan Times

E-Mitra – Myths and Facts

Implemented in all 33 districts of the state of Rajasthan, E-Mitra has been the most determined initiative by Government of Rajasthan under E-Governance project. The initiative uses the PPP (Public – Private Partnership) model in order to provide transparency and at the same time, convenience to the citizens of the state to avail the facilities and services which are offered by the government. The whole initiative of E-Mitra works on E-platform via counters which are known as CSC (Common Service Center) kiosks in rural areas and E-Mitra kiosks in urban areas. These counters are setup in order to make sure the citizens need not to go to the government offices again and again to get their issues resolved.

E-Mitra exists in the state since the year 2005 and since then, there has been no looking back. Initially, it used to work on the Client Server based application software but in 2010, it was completed migrated to Web based online E-Mitra application across all the districts. Quite recently, a new module has been added to the portal which allows delivery of Digitally Signed Certificates like Income certificate, Bonafide Certificate, Caste certificate etc.

Even after a vast propaganda of E-Mitra project across the state, there exist a lot of myths related to E-Mitra which completely differ from the facts.

Few of the commonly prevailing myths are:

  • The first myth which exists among the citizens is that E-Mitra is only for the citizens who reside in the rural areas of the state whereas, the fact is that in the rural areas, they are known as “CSC (Common Service Center)” while in the urban areas, the same counters are named “E-Mitra”. – Just the difference in the name, the operation is exactly the same.
  • Another myth which exists is that if a citizen uses any of the services via E-Mitra, they do not get proper receipts while the fact is that a computer generated receipt is provided to every citizen who utilizes the services from E-Mitra kiosks.
  • The most widespread myth about the E-Mitra kiosks is that citizens have to pay extra fees if they want to avail any of the government services through such counters while the fact is that government doesn’t allow or provides any authority to any of the E-Mitra kiosks to charge anything extra from the citizens. In such cases where in the citizens are asked to pay anything extra, they can then and there lodge a complaint against the kiosk owner.
  • A common thought among the residents is that E-Mitra kiosks are mere counters where the bill payments of various departments like water, electricity, telephone etc. can be paid but E-Mitra actually is way more than just a payment counter. It offers more than 290 services to the citizens of the state like provision of Domicile certificates, applying for Bhamashah Card, Aadhar Card, Permanent residence certificate, online application of learning license and many more.

Not only for E-Mitra but for E-Governance itself, there are a lot of myths which exist among people. Just to clarify, E-Governance itself or any of the projects which come under E-Governance for that matter are not only the replacement of manually fed data to automated systems, but it is the ability to transform relationship with businesses, citizens and other departments of government by using information technology.


IT Hackathon 2017- Promoting and Developing Rajasthan Digitally


Government of Rajasthan (GoR) is organizing IT Hackathon 2017 on the theme, “Promote & Serve Rajasthan Digitally”. The state government recognizes the power of creative thinkers in wealth creation and empowerment of technology. We are committed to create a comprehensive ecosystem where innovators would grow, prosper and form a significant part of the mainstream economy.

Rajasthan IT Hackathon 2017, envisaged as a two day event is one of its kind initiative for promotion of Information Technology. The objective of Hackathon is to give a platform to enterprising youth, startups & entrepreneurs across the nation and use their out-of-the-box thinking on Bhamashah, e-Mitra and Blockchain.

The event will be honored by the presence of dignitaries of Government of India and Government of Rajasthan; officers of Government of Rajasthan, specifically Department of Industries, Bureau of Investment Promotion (BIP), Finance Department, Department of Information Technology & Communication; IT industrialists and members of Rajasthan Venture Capital fund.

What are the key takeaways?

Opportunity to work on platforms like Bhamashah, e-Mitra and Blockchain

The top three winning teams will earn a contract with Department of Information Technology & Communication, Government of Rajasthan worth Rs.15 Lakhs, Rs.10 Lakhs and Rs.7.5 Lakhs respectively.

Please note that it is mandatory to fill in this form, without which your participation will not be considered.


The objective of Hackathon is to give a platform to enterprising youth, startups & entrepreneurs across the nation and use their out-of-the-box thinking on Bhamashah, e-Mitra and Blockchain. It shall provide a platform to developers who seek possibilities of support from Government to showcase their skills and innovation.

rajasthan-hackathon-1-150x150With the viable reach across the 33 districts of the Rajasthan, e-Mitra is delivering its objective as common service centre (CSC) by providing 290+ services to the citizens of Rajasthan. e-Mitra kiosks are establishing a liaison between the government and citizens. e-Mitra offers 290+ services through the 40,000+ e-Mitra kiosks across the state which makes it the largest service delivery network. e-Mitra caters various services like bill payments, banking services, application for driving license, and digital bonafide which conjoins the intricate technological coalition between two systems. How these systems crack the information and carry out the particular service deliverance? Such inquests will be a compelling activity for your Hackathon briskness.

We are providing you e-Mitra platform where you can break these resilient technical neurons of the service network dynamics and become brain buckets of Hackathon.

Making you equipped with the widespread e-Mitra platform, which is serving over 6.86 crore citizens, where you will get the mind-altering opportunity to showcase your technical approach to solving the intricacies.
Read more about it here: http://emitra.rajasthan.gov.in

Bhamashah Yojana
+.pngThe Bhamashah Yojana was rolled out in 2008 by the Chief Minister, Vasundhara Raje. The key objective of the Scheme are women empowerment, financial inclusion and direct benefit transfer.

The Bhamashah Yojana recognizes family as a unit and ‘lady of the house’ as the head of the family. The Bhamashah family card and the bank account are made in the name of the lady of the house and all the family benefits are directly transferred in her account. Rajasthan is the only state in India to empower women by registering the bank account in her name. Today, around 4.8 crore residents of 1.3 crore families have been enrolled under Bhamashah.

Bhamashah Yojana platform will let the participants to work on technical adherences with third party platforms. For instance, how does a linked bank account work within the Bhamashah ecosystem? Read more about it here: http://bhamashah.rajasthan.gov.in

Networking Icon Preview.jpgBlockchain is a distributed database that maintains information/order/records called blocks. The data is constantly growing, so a ‘completed block’ is linked with a new block with fresh information. Each new set of block contains a timestamp and references and identifies the previous block by a hashing function, forming an unbroken chain.
Blockchains are secure by design as they are inherently resistant to modification- once recorded, the data in a block cannot be altered retroactively. The technology can be used to record transactions between two parties effectively and in a verifiable and permanent way. Moreover, Blockchain itself can be programmed to automatically trigger transactions.


The three best solution providing teams shall be provided an opportunity to work with Department of Information Technology and Communication (DoIT&C) and earn an entry project. The awards shall not just benefit the winners financially, but also provide them an entry to the industry with a Government project experience which would benefit them in future endeavors.

First Prize – Project
INR 15,00,000
Project by Department of Information Technology and Communication (DoIT&C)

Second Prize – Project
INR 10,00,000
Project by Department of Information Technology and Communication (DoIT&C)

Third Prize – Project
INR 7,50,000
Project by Departmen of Information Technology and Communication (DoIT&C)

Blog By: Jannes Punita