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Indian Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways Launches Performance Monitoring Dashboard

The Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways (MoPSW) has launched a real-time performance monitoring dashboard called Sagar Manthan. The digital platform includes integrated data related to the Ministry and its subsidiaries. It was virtually launched by the MoPWS Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.

The dashboard is expected to enhance the efficiency of various departments by providing well-coordinated real-time information. According to a press release, it was developed completely in-house in less than two months.

At the inauguration ceremony, Sonowal stated that the Sagar Manthan dashboard is a positive step towards realising the Digital India vision. The platform will significantly impact the overall performance of organisations as effective project monitoring can facilitate the timely completion of projects, improve decision-making, and increase productivity. He further added that the platform promotes real-time project tracking, risk management, resource allocation, and progress reporting.

Apart from enabling users to track progress and performance in real-time, the dashboard offers data visualisation, which provides clear and concise displays of data in the form of charts, graphs, and maps.

The platform will enhance communication within organisations by providing a single platform for data and information sharing. The dashboard promotes data-driven decision-making, allowing officials to make informed decisions based on accurate and up-to-date information. The dashboard also increases accountability by providing transparent and accessible data, making it easier to track performance and identify areas for improvement.

In the future, the Sagar Manthan dashboard will be advanced through the integration of input from CCTV cameras, live streams from drones, AI-based algorithms to map actual progress and a digital twin feature on board. Additionally, a mobile app will be introduced to improve access and usability for all stakeholders.

The launch of this dashboard is a significant step towards digitalisation and transparency in the maritime transport sector. The Ministry has said it is committed to supporting the growth of this sector in India, and they claim that this platform will play a crucial role in achieving this goal.

Dashboards have become a vital tool in the government’s efforts to improve governance by enabling officials to make data-driven decisions and ensuring transparency and accountability in their operations. Dashboards have been implemented in various sectors, including healthcare, education, and transportation. The government uses dashboards to collect and analyse data, track progress, and monitor performance.

The Swachh Bharat Mission Dashboard monitors the progress of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Clean India Mission), a national campaign aimed at cleaning up India’s streets, roads, and infrastructure. The dashboard provides information on the number of toilets built, the amount of waste collected, and other metrics related to the cleanliness of different areas.

The government also launched the Digital India Dashboard. The Digital India initiative is aimed at transforming India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy. The dashboard provides information on the progress of various initiatives under the Digital India programme, such as digital payments, BPO promotion schemes, DigiLocker, Aadhaar, Digital Literacy, Common Service Centres, eProcurement, eTaal, eHospital, UMANG, Project MeghRaj, and the EMC Electronics Manufacturing Cluster.

Last year, the Minister of Science and Technology, Jitendra Singh, announced plans to set up a dashboard to share best technology practices among the centre and states. Through the dashboard, states can emulate initiatives and achievements related to science and technology. The government will also create a mobile application for the dashboard.


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