Information System of Government Sessions, better known as e-Cabinet, is a powerful tool that can be used to streamline its decision-making process. It lets ministers prepare for cabinet meetings, conduct them and review minutes, entirely without paper. At its core, the system is a multi-user database and scheduler that keeps relevant information organized and updated in real time, giving ministers a clear overview of each item under discussion. Well before the weekly cabinet session begins, the ministers access the system to review each agenda item and determine one’s own position. They then click a box stating whether they have any objections or would like to speak on the topic. That way the ministers’ positions are known beforehand. Decisions that have no objections are adopted without debate, saving considerable time. Once the Government adopted its e-Cabinet system, the average length of the weekly cabinet meetings was cut from 4 to 5 hours to just 30 to 90 minutes. The government also eliminated the need to print and deliver thousands of pages of documents each week – a significant reduction in environmental impact, not to mention cost. Because e-Cabinet uses web-based software and audio-visual equipment, ministers can take part remotely, and have often done so. Decisions made at the meetings can be e-mailed to interested parties or posted on a website even while the meeting is still going on.It was launched by Hon’ble Chief Minister on 07th February 2017 in presence of Cabinet Ministers and became the first state in the northeast to implement such solutions for the state cabinet meetings.

Jeevan Pramaan

Publicity has been made, especially during Digital India Week, Statehood Day etc., to generate awareness at various forums across State

Processing and Coordination towards greater awareness among pensioners to avail this service.

Jeevan Pramaan kiosk has been successfully set up at the premises of Directorate of Audit and Pension and so far 254 pensioners have registered themselves  and availed the services.


The project was taken up by NIC since 2015-2016 and was awarded to NICSI empaneled system integrator that is Luminous Infoways Pvt.Ltd., however now this project will be taken up by the department of IT and Comm as per direction ; therefore all the previous paper works and communications have been collated. As per the project update received from Luminous Infoways Pvt. Ltd, below are the list of works that has been completed till date.

  • Demostration and Training to the concerned department has been provided.
  • Since the infrastructure setup has not been initiated by the user department, the application cannot be roll out. Hence project cannot go live.


Certain departments like Education, RD, F&CS and others have initiated DBT processes to disburse benefits on their own.

State government is pushing hard with the banks to open zero-balance accounts up to village-levels so that DBT can be implemented effectively across the whole State.

A centralized DBT application shall be developed soon.


Joint Director IT & C has been nominated as Nodal Officer for UMANG for Arunachal Pradesh.

A total of 59 services have been identified for integration with UMANG from SSDG, Arunachal m-Seva, eSamaj, Employment Portal and Entrance Exam Management System. UMANG at Centre has not designed the System. Currently finalized executing partner agency for UMANG.


e-Sign is a very recent and newly adopted technology

This is currently undergoing testing phases, as such integration is not yet done but planned for.

e-Office Project is currently under implementation at Civil Secretariat, Arunachal Pradesh using DSC.

Efforts are on to use e-Sign as alternative in the e-Office environment