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The Ministry of Panchayati Raj (MoPR) has undertaken e-Panchayat Mission Mode Project(e-Panchayat MMP) with a view to introduce and strengthen e-Governance in Panchayati Raj Institutions (PRIs) across the country and build associated capacities of the PRIs for effective adoption of the e-Governance initiative. Under this project, Panchayat Enterprise Suite (PES) has been conceptualised which comprises 11 Core Common applications. At present, Panchayat Enterprise Suite has been deployed/operational with 10 Core Common Applications and GIS layer module is under conceptualisation. The operational modules includes LGD(Local Government Directory), Area Profiler(Socio-economic & general details), PlanPlus(to strengthen Decentralised & Participatory Planning), PriaSoft(Panchayat Accounting), ActionSoft(Works/scehme implementation Monitoring System), NAD(National Asset Directory), Service Plus(To facilitate Service Delivery), Social Audit, Training and National Panchayat Portal(Dynamic Website of Panchayats)

Features of Application
  • 1. Social Audit - Social Audit process involves Auditing of various schemes by Social Auditor and Social Audit Facilitator and submission of audit report. SAMM aims to understand, measure, verify work under different schemes done by the Panchayat and further to improve social performance of respective Panchayats.
  • 2. Meeting Management - Management of meetings at panchayat level to enable transparent and user friendly flow of system.


  • Q.

     Is MoM report is availabe in Ctiizen section?

    Yes this is available in public domin

  • Q.

    What is SocialAudit?

    Social Audit is a process that enables citizen of a Gram Panchayat to assess and demonstrate social, economic, and environmental benefits and limitations of a scheme on a citizen of a gram Panchayat Social auditing provides an assessment of the impact of scheme non-financial objectives through systematically and regularly monitoring its performance and the views of its stakeholders. Social auditing requires the involvement of stakeholders. This may include employees, clients, volunteers, funders, contractors, suppliers and local residents interested in the scheme.

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