Content Management System
Content Management is the creation, capture, delivery, customisation, and management of all webs across an enterprise or division. Web content management solutions are often used for storing, controlling, versioning, and publishing industry-specific documentation such as news articles, operators' manuals, technical manuals, sales guides, and marketing brochures. It is provided by CSS, which allows users to update their own websites with well-organized and automated user interfaces with internal mechanisms.
C-DAC Mohali has implemented numerous web content management systems for our prestigious clients and many more important projects are in the pipeline.
MeitY (Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Ministry of Communications and IT, GOI)
This is a CMS-based website that provides information on all the activities, citizen-centric services, eGovernance initiatives, etc. of the Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Govt. of India. It is a national-level project, hosted on the NIC web server.
SMDP II VLSI (for DeitY, MC&IT, Government of India)
Controller of Communication Accounts (CCA), Punjab (Department of Telecommunication)
CCA Punjab is an eGovernance-based project providing information to their present employees, retired employees and to the citizens of India as well as having the facility of generating reports including Head Quarters reports for their internal use. It caters to the need of providing GPF information for their current employees, Pensioner information including pension calculator for their retirees and other information like USO, LF and spectrum charges, and CCA Circulars to the citizens of India.
PSEB (Punjab State Electricity Board)
PSEB- The project of Pension Benefit Information System (PBIS) is envisaged as a browser-based solution to fulfill the objectives of multi locations and central as well as distributed databases, to assitPSEB in executing its operations more efficiently and effectively.
Indian Public Diplomacy (Ministry of External Affairs, GoI)
A web-based application for the public diplomacy domain of The Ministry of External Affairs. This platform provides information regarding India, its latest news, events, etc. We have used web 2.0 tools for this. Moreover, the site is connected with different social networking sites. Subscription for the latest uploads is also provided to users.
CAT (Cyber Appellate Tribunal, India)
It is a CMS-based application for the Cyber Appellate Tribunal, India. It provides an online application section that acts as an interface between the Appellate and tribunal. The Appellate is able to file the case through an online form and the tribunal in return is able to verify and finally register the case.
Senani (Directorate of Sainik Welfare, Punjab)
Senani is a web-based application designed for the Department of Defense Services Welfare.
The Web Content Management System supports the following features:
- Identification of all key users and their content management roles.
- The ability to assign roles and responsibilities to different content categories or types.
- Definition of the content workflow tasks, often coupled with event messaging so that content managers are alerted to changes in the content.
- The ability to publish the content to a repository, in order to support access to the content. The repository is an inherent part of the system and incorporates enterprise search and retrieval.
- The system is quite easy and flexible to use
Contact Details for Techno Commercial Information
Dr. Suneet Madan
Joint Director & Head, Human Computer Interface Division
C-DAC Mohali, A-34, Phase VIII, Industrial Area, Mohali – 160071
Phone No.: +91-172-6619034