Mobile Apps & Portals Launched by Government of India in 2020
Mobile Apps & Portals Launched by Government of India in 2020
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List of Mobile Apps and Portals Launched by Government of India

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Web Portals Launched by Government of India in 2020

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S. No. Name of the Portal Launched by Objective
1. ‘Accelerate Vigyan’ Scheme and Portal Union Government’s Science and Engineering Research Board To encourage high-end scientific research and prepare scientific manpower which will lead to research careers and will develop a knowledge economy
2. ‘MSMESaksham’ Small Industries and Development Bank of India (SIDBI) in partnership with TransUnion CIBIL To finance and credit facility to the MSMEs
3. ‘Surakhsya’ Union Minister of Environment, Forest and Climate Change To collect real-time data and to manage the conflicts in real-time basis
4. SPARROW Portal Union Territory Jammu and Kashmir To bring transparency, by avoiding loss of appraisal reports (APR) during any transition process
5. ‘U-Rise’ Portal Government of Uttar Pradesh To empower students through practical and technical knowledge in the areas of making familiar to online exams, digital content, digital assessment, digital exam papers, online webinars, internships, e-library, online video contents etc. in their academics
6. PM SVANidhi portal and SBI Banks’ eMudra portal Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs To accelerate the loan sanctioning and loan disbursement process to the street vendors who want to avail the benefits of PM SVANidhi scheme
7. CHAMPIONS Portal Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) To make smaller units big ones by solving their grievances, motivating them, and providing them helping support in all terms as and whenever required
8. E-Gram Swaraj Portal & Swamitva Scheme PM Shri Narendra Modi To strengthen e-governance in Panchayati Raj institutions in the whole country.
9. YUKTI 2.0 Portal Ministry of Human Resource Development To help systematically assimilate technologies having commercial potential and information related to incubated startups in higher education institutions.
10. ‘Responsible AI for Youth’ and AI portal: www.ai.gov.in Union Minister for Electronics and Information Technology, Communications and Law To give the young students of our country a platform and empower them with appropriate new age tech mind-set, relevant AI skill-sets and access to required AI tool-sets to make them digitally ready for the future.
11. ‘Rozgar Bazar’ Government of Delhi To provide employment opportunities to the people.
12. Restart India (www.restartindia.com) Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Minister of Shipping and the MSME Minister, Nitin Jairam Gadkari To provide mentoring for supporting MSME to restart business
13. e-Sachivalaya portal Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar To help people in taking online appointment for virtual meetings with the chief minister, deputy CM, other ministers and heads of various departments.
14. Automotive Solutions Portal for Industry, Research and Education (ASPIRE) portal International Centre of Automotive Technology (ICAT) For improving technical ability and capability of the automotive sector of the country.
15. Aatamanirbhar Skilled Employee-Employer Mapping (ASEEM) portal Union Minister of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MoSDE) Mahendra Nath Pandey For mapping the demand of skilled workforce.
16. Learning through E-Resources Made Accessible for Delhi (LEAD) portal Deputy Chief Minister and education minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia To make online education stronger.  The portal will provide 10,000 study materials and content for students of Class 1st to 12th.
17. SATYABHAMA Portal Union Minister for Coal & Mines Minister Pralhad Joshi For promoting research and development in the Mining and Minerals sector.
18. ‘SPICe+’ Web Form Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) To help in saving as many procedures, time and cost for Starting a Business in India.
19. Web Portal and Mobile App “Incredible India” Ministry of State (IC) for Tourism & Culture To attract tourists from Chinese, Arabic and Spanish speaking regions.
20. Bhuvan Panchayat V3 Union Minister of State for PMO Dr Jitendra Singh To enhance network application of gram panchayats.
21. Web Portal “OECMS” Central Board of Secondary Education To help the Principals of the school to get the real-time information like the availability of invigilators, absentee student, Divyanga student, unfair means and various other details in a single click.
22. Web Portal Tax Department Provide information about procedures related to automatic exchange of information under common reporting standards.
23. railways.delhipolice.gov.in Union minister Nityanand Rai People can file their complaints regarding the issues they face in the railway
24. e-Rozgar Samachar Ministry of Information & Broadcasting To make aspirants aware of job opportunities in government sector including public sector enterprises.
25. DBT Tribal Ministry of Tribal Affairs The portal provides a single common platform to states to upload data related to beneficiaries, raise queries and give feedback.
26. Startup India PM Narendra Modi To Promote startups, generation of employment, and wealth creation.
27. E-NAM Portal Ministry of Agriculture, Government of India To reach out to the last mile farmer and transform the way agricultural produce is sold.
28. ‘Saubhagya’ Government of India The web portal aims to ensure transparency as well as accelerate household electrification in rural as well as urban areas in the country.
29. PRAAPTI Ministry of State for Power The web portal and app aim to bring transparency in power purchase transactions between Generators and Discoms.
30. National Scholarship Portal Ministry for Minority Affairs The National Scholarship Portal is the Government of India’s initiative to provide financial assistance to deserving students by awarding them scholarships to pursue higher education and fulfil their dreams.
31. Udyam Sakhi Portal Women Entrepreneurs Udyam Sakhi seeks to encourage women entrepreneurs and to aid, counsel, assist and protect their interests. It also preserves free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation.
32. Bhu-Naksha NIC, Government of India To facilitate the management of digitized cadastral maps.
33. E-Dharti App And Portal Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs To Provide all the three modules Conversion, Substitution and Mutation related to properties online.
34. LADIS ( Least Available Depth Information System) Inland Waterways Authority of India (IWAI) To aid in ensuring of optimum use of National Waterways
35. e-AUSHADHI portal AYUSH For online licensing of Ayurveda, Siddha, Unani and Homoeopathy drugs and related matters
36. ShaGun Ministry of Human Resource Development To capture and showcase innovations and progress in Elementary Education sector of India by continuous monitoring of the flagship scheme – Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA).
37. SWAYAM (Study Webs of Active–Learning for Young Aspiring Minds) Ministry of Human Resource Development To take the best teaching-learning resources to all. To bridge the digital divide for students who remained untouched by the digital revolution and have not been able to join the mainstream of the knowledge economy.
38. Diksha Ministry of Human Resource Development For providing a digital platform to the teacher to make their lifestyle more digital. Through this portal, all teachers across the nation will be equipped with advanced digital technology.
39. ‘eDrishti’ Centre for Railway Information System (CRIS) & Ministry of Railway To provide summary information on the punctuality of trains for the previous day and information on current train running on the Indian Railway network.
40. Mahila – E Haat Women And Child Development Ministry To Promote Women Farmers And Entrepreneurs
41. Air Sewa 2.0 Ministry of Civil Aviation To offer passengers convenient and hassle-free air travel experience
42. PAISA-Portal For Affordable Credit And Interest Subvention Access Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs
Designed and developed by Allahabad Bank
A centralized electronic platform for processing interest subvention on bank loans to beneficiaries under Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana – National Urban Livelihoods Mission (DAY-NULM).
43. Government e-marketplace (GeM) Government of India It aims to promote inclusiveness, efficiency and transparency in public procurement and bring an increase in cashless transactions.
44. Rail Sahyog Ministry of Railways It will provide a platform for the Corporates & PSUs to contribute to the creation of amenities at/near Railway Stations through CSR funds
45. Farmers Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, To make available relevant information and services to the farming community and private sector through the use of information and communication technologies.
46. e-Sahaj Ministry of Home Affairs For grant of Security Clearance. The portal will facilitate an applicant to submit an application online and also to view the status of his application from time to time.
47. PENCIL-  Platform for Effective Enforcement for No Child Labour Ministry of Labour & Employment To combat the menace of child labour, trafficking and sexual abuse
to ensure complete prohibition of child labour and protection of adolescents from hazardous labour ultimately leading to Child Labour Free India.
48. AirSewa 2.0 Ministry of Civil Aviation To provide a superior user experience with enhanced functionalities. Major improvements include features such as secure sign-up and log-in with social media, chatbot for travellers support, improved grievance management including social media grievances, real-time flight status and details flight schedule.
49. Rail Sehyog Ministry of Railway For the corporates and PSUs (Public Sector Undertakings) to contribute to the creation of amenities at Railway stations through Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) funds.
50. Rail Drishti Ministry of Railway It brings information from various sources on a single platform and gives access to key statistics and parameters to every citizen of the country
51. e-Pashu Haat Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare Farmers can obtain information on the location of quality indigenous germplasm in the form live animals, semen doses and embryos.
Farmers will be aware about the availability of quality disease free bovine germplasm with different agencies in the country.
52. Samadhaan Ministry of Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises To help MSMEs directly register their cases relating to delayed payments by Central Ministries/Departments/CPSEs/State Governments. The information on the portal will be available in the public domain, thus exerting moral pressure on the defaulting organisations.
53. NIPUN Delhi Police  It is an e-learning portal aiming to give online training and information to police personnel through specialised courses designed by experts in the field. Through NIPUN, Delhi Police officers can now access information by just logging on the portal. They can take the course from anywhere at any time.
54. SHREYAS Ministry of Human Resource and Development For providing industry apprenticeship opportunities to the general graduates exiting in April 2019 through the National Apprenticeship Promotional Scheme (NAPS)
55. Womaniya on GeM Ministry of Commerce and Industry To enable women entrepreneurs and women self-help groups [ to sell handicrafts and handloom, accessories, jute and coir products, home décor and office furnishings, directly to various Government ministries, departments and institutions.
56. ENSURE Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers Welfare It is developed by NABARD and operated under the Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries. Subsidy payment for activities related to poultry, small ruminants, pigs etc., through Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) goes directly to the beneficiary’s account
57. DEEP- Discovery of Efficient Electricity Price Ministry of Home Affairs It is an e-Bidding & e-Reverse Auction portal” for procurement of short term power by DISCOMs
58. Vidya Lakshmi Ministry of Finance For students looking for an education loan can apply to multiple banks by filling just one form. Students can track the status of their applications, and avail various loan schemes being offered.

Mobile Apps Launched by Government of India

S. No. Name of the App Launched by Objective
1. Ayush Sanjivani Mobile App Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan and Minister of State for Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy (AYUSH) To generate data on acceptance and usage of AYUSH advocacies and measures among the population and its impact on the prevention of COVID-19
2. COVID BEEP App Union Minister of north eastern region (DoNER) Dr. Jitendra Singh It can measure vital parameters like body temperature, blood oxygen saturation, heart rate , respiratory rate, ECG and blood pressure of patients.
3. ‘eBloodServices’ Mobile App Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Dr Harsh Vardhan With the help of this app, four units of blood can be demanded at a time and the blood bank will wait for as long as 12 hours for the person to collect it
4. ‘ATL App Development Module’ NITI Aayog It provides six project-based learning modules and online mentoring sessions with the help of which students can learn to build mobile apps in various Indian languages and showcase their talent.
5. Awaas app Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs For Confederation of Real Estate Developers and Association of India (CREDAI)
6. ‘Harit Path’ App Union Minister for road transport and highways To monitor and track the trees plantation along the national highways
7. ‘I Rakhwali’ Government of Punjab To boost the state’s government moto to protect greenery and environment.
8. PM SVANidhi app (Prime Minister Street Vendor’s AtmaNirbhar Nidhi) Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs (MoHUA) Secretary Durga Shanker Mishra To provide a paper-less microcredit facility for street vendors
9. e-Kisaan Dhan App HDFC Bank To provide support to farmers
10. Elements app Vice President  Venkaiah Naidu India’s first social media super app for audio/video calls, chats, etc.
11. SelfScan app West Bengal CM, Mamta Banerjee To scan documents. It has been launched as an alternative to CamScanner.
12. Yuva Pay app Yes Bank For providing contactless payment services to  the customers
13. “Himmat Plus App” Delhi Police To ensure the safety and security of people travelling in cabs.
14. PM-KISAN Mobile App Agriculture Minister Narendra Singh Tomar Facilitate farmers to check their payment status, correct their name and eligibility for the scheme.
15. “CBSE ECL” Central Board of Secondary Education To help the students to locate their examination centre and see the distance between the current
location and examination centre.
16. ‘Fuel Humsafar’ Ministry of Labour and Employment To provide fuel delivery services to housing societies, hotels, hospitals, malls, construction sites, industries, banquets and other bulk buyers of diesel in various NCR cities.
17. ‘MANI’ (Mobile Aided Note Identifier) Reserve Bank of India To help visually-impaired people to identify the denomination of currency notes.
18. DefExpo 2020 Defence Minister Rajnath Singh To provide the detailed information about the day-to-day events, participating exhibitors, guest speakers of seminars, maps and directions of the venues.
19. “Audible Suno” Amazon’s audiobook company Audible To expand Audible’s reach in India’s highly competitive digital entertainment and streaming space.
20. Web portal and e-Ganna App Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh Yogi Adityanath To provide support to the sugarcane farmers of the state.
21. mHariyali Ministry of Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation To encourage Public engagement in planting trees
and other such Green drives.
22. Sahyatri Indian Railways People can file their complaints regarding the issues they face in the railway
23. Krishi Kisan App Central Government To give easy access to high value and technical agricultural equipment at farmer’s doorstep.
24. CHC Farm Machinery App Central Government To give easy access to high value and technical agricultural equipment at farmer’s doorstep.
25. Consumer App Central Government To help consumers register complaints easily and get redressal within 60 days.
26. L2Pro India Mobile App Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) To ensure that innovation which is fundamental to startups are protected, managed and commercialized.
27. “Uber for tractors” Agriculture Ministry To have affordable access to cutting-edge technology at their doorsteps
28. Swachh Nagar app Ministry of Housing and Urban Areas People will be able to get their household waste that can be picked up by urban municipal bodies.
29. ‘Rail Kumbh Seva ’ North Central Railway (NCR) To help the devotees arriving in Allahabad for the Kumbh Mela.
30. ‘Kumbh JioPhone’ Reliance Jio To help the devotees find the exact location of their friends and family, and Khoya Paya (Lost & Found).
31. “ROSHNI” IIT Ropar To help the visually impaired recognize currency notes.
32. ‘Digicop’ Chennai Police To help report thefts of mobile phones and two-wheelers and check if they have been recovered.
33. Khelo India PM Narendra Modi To developing the fitness culture among the general public and helps youth realise their sporting dreams.
34. Nyaya Bandhu Department of Justice Enable the PLVs to perform on-field pre-registration of cases with a facility to seek appointment from the Panel lawyer on preferred date and time, in coordination with Village Level entrepreneur (VLE) at the CSC.
35. PM-JAY PM-JAY’s CEO Indu Bhushan To access the Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana (PM-JAY) details or check the eligibility by entering the name, village and ID details.
36. One Delhi App Delhi Government “To make travel easier in Delhi, the app allows users to access all bus stops, bus and metro routes, fares, expected time of arrival (ETA) of buses and metro,” the government said in a statement.
37. Shiksha Vani CBSE This app will disseminate crucial information to students and parents in a timely manner.
38. Voter Turnout App Election Commission of India The app would increase the transparency of voter turnout information among the public while ensuring easy availability of the same for the media.
39. UMANG Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology and National e-Governance Division A single platform which provides services to all Indian citizens from Central to Local Government bodies as well as Private Organizations.
40. Veer Parivar App Central Government To assist the families of the martyred CRPF personnel with regard to the issuance of ex gratia, pensionary benefits and all information regarding the welfare schemes introduced for them by the government.
41. eCollabDDS Government of India To provide a real-time collaborative environment to visualize medical and dental images (digitized X-Ray images or DICOM data) for Patient diagnosis and treatment planning from remote locations.
42. E-Dharti App Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs To Provide all the three modules Conversion, Substitution and Mutation related to properties online.
43. Observer App Election Commission of India To help poll observers to submit reports
44. cVIGIL Election Commission of India To enable citizens to report on violation of election code of conduct.
45. BOLO App Google To help students with their reading and comprehension skills and will help them read out aloud in English and in Hindi.
46. e-Pathshala Ministry of Human Resource Development and National Council of Educational Research and Training It provides access to digital textbooks for all classes, graded learning materials and enables participation in exhibitions, contests, festivals, workshops, etc.
47. ‘Shiksha Setu’ Government of Haryana To help in bringing transparency in the Education Department and in the administration of colleges in the state.
48. Air Sewa 2.0 Ministry of Civil Aviation To offer passengers convenient and hassle-free air travel experience
49. AAPOORTI Ministry of Railways To offer information and data related to e-tendering and e-auction activities of Indian Railways.

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