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The Information Technology (IT) initiatives and promoting of e-Governance activities was begun in the District Administration is from the inception of National Informatics Centre (NIC), collectorate, Nalanda, started functioning from September 1988. During the Initial stage the foremost responsibility of this NIC centre was to create and spread of Informatics culture among the District officials of the District administration and in over all Computerisation of different administrative processes and procedures so that information for decision making is readily available at levels.

e-District Project

           e-District project has been initiated in three districts of the state on pilot basis in Nalanda, Aurangabad and Madhubani. This ambitious project is expected to be completed by Feb 2009. Under this scheme district, sub-divisions and block offices will be computeised in such manner that information could be given in efficient manner for public benefit through Vasudha- common service centers. This project hinges on two other equally ambitious IT projects- Bihar State Wide Area Network(BSWAN) and Vasudha- Common Services Centers.

Some of the Government Departments/Sections which are computerised,
District Revenue Department
District Rural Development Agency (DRDA)
Treasury Department
Registration Department
Transport Department
Health and Family Welfare Department
District Social welfare Department

Basic and  advanced  level  Computer training  given for Revenue, Panchayat, Devlopment, Treasury, Registration, Health and Transport Department staffs

This is the official website of the District Administration of Nalanda, State Government of Bihar (India)
The Collectorate, Nalanda or NIC does not accept any responsibility or liability for any damage or loss caused to any person as a result of any action taken on the basis of this information. However, the Collectorate, Nalanda shall be obliged if errors or omissions are brought to notice.