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Mahila samman kosh


http://msk.upsdc.gov.in


Introduction

As a step towards women empowerment, Rani Laxmi Bai Mahila Samman Kosh is an ambitious scheme of GoUP for ensuring monitory and medical relief to the women and girls who are victims of heinous crimes, and therefore require immediate relief to facilitate them in regard of their treatment and to promote their economic self-reliance. GoUP in technical collaboration with NIC UP has developed an ICT solution by integrating Administration, Health, Women welfare, treasury & Police departments for the execution of this Scheme.

The portal http://msk.upsdc.gov.in developed by NIC UP team fetches every FIR filed state wide under defined sections of heinous crimes like Dowry Death, grievous hurt by Acid Attack, Rape, POCSO or Sexual Assault from police state data server and put it under the credentials of nodal police officer of concerned district.

Through DSC nodal police officer verify the FIR along with arrangement of medico legal, at this stage case became visible under the credentials of nodal medical officer and Administration of the district. The medical officer is responsible to perform medico legal along with uploading it on portal with DSC, while administration gives his consent electronically for the claim through portal.

Finally Financial Management Unit (FMU) at state level does payment directly into the account of the victim through portal since portal is also integrated with PFMS and e-Treasury. Main beauty of this solution is that victim need not to file the claim for relief since it automatically originates with the FIR.

Salient Features

This system provides a common platform which facilitates data sharing amongst all of stakeholders.

A total relief of Rs. 130 Crore is given to 3410 victims or children of deceased victims across state, which includes 1031 Dowry Deaths, 93 Acid Attacks, 529 rapes under different sections and 1760 cases under POCSO & other Sexual Assault sections.

Single point Drawing Disbursing (FMU) established to maintain online contributions & payments instead of multiple at district level. Officers are bound to perform duties well in time since laxity can be seen and responsibility can be fixed from highest level.

A total of Rs. 34 Lakh online donations have been received as charity from the individual donors.












 
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
 
 
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