About Habitation Score Card :

Monitoring the delivery of entitlements and benefits of various government schemes to the last beneficiary earlier considered a dream for any Government, has now turned into a reality.  Using Information & Communications Technology, many Government Departments in Andhra Pradesh have done path breaking work in developing a reliable management information system to track the delivery of benefits.

             

This is an effort to integrate such diverse platforms by extracting certain key performance indicators.  In future, their integration would be done through AADHAR.  The end vision is to elicit if the benefits reached the beneficiary. Drill down reports for various Government schemes are available on this platform.

             

This monitoring tool also provides for comparing performance across Districts, Mandals & Villages.  This would be an effective tool in the hands of administrators and public representatives for analyzing the performances of their region vis-a-vis others.  Efforts are also being made to involve the Community (GRAMA SABHA, SHG Village Organisation, Bharath Nirman Volunteers etc.,) in playing active part in social audit of these reports at the Village level.

Reports Bank Linkage

Vision :
The disadvantaged communities shall be empowered to overcome all social, economic, cultural and psychological barriers through self-managed organizations. They will attain higher productivity with improved skills and asset base and utilize resources to full potential and gainful access to services.
Mission :
Our missions is to enable the disadvantaged communities perceive possibilities for change and bring about desired change by exercising informed choices through collective action
Reports MGNREGA

The MGNREGA Act 2005 provides enhancement of livelihood security, giving atleast 100 days of guaranteed wage employment in every financial year to every household, whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work.
Reports Sthreenidhi

The ‘Sthreenidhi' scheme, which is being implemented in rural areas will be extended to the urban-based Self Help Groups (SHGs) in 120 towns across the State and the decision will be taken in the next Mission for Elimination of Poverty in Municipal Areas (MEPMA) board meeting, Chief Minister N. Kiran Kumar Reddy announced here on Tuesday.

Mr. Reddy said Rs.1,000 crore fund would be allocated for empowering the urban SHGs under the scheme and similarly ‘Mahila Samkhya Bhavans' will be constructed in these towns spending Rs.25 lakh each.

Overwhelmed by the huge crowd at the Rachabanda programme held at L. B. Nagar, the Chief Minister recalled the number of schemes launched in the State and particularly those benefitting Ranga Reddy district.
Reports APSHCL

A.P.State Housing Corporation Limited (APSHCL) was incorporated on 5th July 1979 under Companies Act. APSHCL aims to bring dignity to each and every BPL family by assisting them, both financially and technically, for construction of permanent (Pucca) houses. The financial assistance is provided as per the various schemes of State Government and Government of India
Reports Social Security Pensions

The Andhra Pradesh State Civil Supplies Corporation Limited was incorporated in the year 1974 ,as a limited company under the Companies Act 1956. The Share capital of the Company was fully contributed by the Government of Andhra Pradesh.

The Corporation functions with the main objective to engage in promote , improve , develop counsel and finance production , purchase, storage , processing movement transport distribution and sale of food grains , foodstuffs and any other essential commodities and to establish laboratories for the purpose of ensuring quality control .
Reports IHCB

Promoting and strengthening member owned, member managed, self-reliant and financially sustainable institutions of the poor and the poorest in all the villages of the state for enhancing the quality of life of the members and securing sustainable livelihoods.
Reports Meeseva

Over the years, a large number of initiatives have been undertaken by Andhra Pradesh and various others state Governments and Central Ministries to usher in an era of e-Government. Sustained efforts have been made at multiple levels to improve the delivery of public services and simplify the processes of accessing them. e-Governance in India has steadily evolved from computerization of Government Departments to initiatives that encapsulate the finer points of Governance, such as citizen centricity, service orientation and transparency.
Reports Meeseva

The officers and men of AP Police Department are committed to providing professional law enforcement services, protecting the rights of individuals, preventing crime, and building community partnerships.
Reports Meeseva

The "Registration & Stamps Department" is one of the oldest wings of the Government. The project of computerizing the services of the department was originally conceived in August 1996 and implemented at two test sites in August / September, 1997. Judging the project by its initial success and the immense potential it has in transforming the concept of public service, the Government decided to replicate it all over the state.Thus began an intensive and dedicated effort which is now the watchword of the Department.
Reports Meeseva

The Civil Supplies Department was originally only a regulatory Department. Subsequently, its activities have been diversified to include procurement of food grains under Minimum Support Price (MSP) , distribution of essential commodities viz. Rice, Wheat, Sugar, Kerosene, Palmolien Oil and Red gram dal through Fair Price Shops under the Public Distribution System at subsidized rates through issue of computerized cards, consumer affairs, monitoring of prices of essential commodities, distribution of LPG connections to BPL women (Deepam Scheme), Enrollment under UID (Aadhaar) etc.
Reports Meeseva

The district including present Ranga Reddy District was formerly known as Atraf-e-Balda District and was a part of the Guloshmabad, Medak division (subedar). In 1931-34 Baghat Taluk from Atraf-e-Balda District was made a separate Baghat District under the commission (subedar) of Medak division.After police action in 1948, Atraf-e-Balda and Bhagat District were merged to from the Hyderabad District. Later in 1978, it was divided into Hyderabad District and Ranga Reddy District.
Reports ePass

The Government of Andhra Pradesh is providing financial assistance to the Scheduled Caste, Scheduled Tribe, Backward Class, Disabled, and Economically Backward Class students studying post matriculation courses on saturation approach to enable them to complete their education.
Reports Single Village Schemes

The Drinking Water Supply is very important issue in the present times in the light of the increasing health awareness among the rural public. One of the most important objective of the State Government is to provide safe drinking water to the rural population.
Reports Multi Village Scheme

The Drinking Water Supply is very important issue in the present times in the light of the increasing health awareness among the rural public. One of the most important objective of the State Government is to provide safe drinking water to the rural population.
Reports Schools

The Drinking Water Supply is very important issue in the present times in the light of the increasing health awareness among the rural public. One of the most important objective of the State Government is to provide safe drinking water to the rural population.
Reports Anganavadi

The Drinking Water Supply is very important issue in the present times in the light of the increasing health awareness among the rural public. One of the most important objective of the State Government is to provide safe drinking water to the rural population.