یہ ان دنوں کی بات ہے جب ہم جدا تھے .لینڈ ریکار

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History
IT is the fastest growing Industry in the world and keeping in view its demand, the Government of Punjab felt the need to create a department that would be solely responsible for its prosperity through Information Technology. This department would also monitor global opportunities, cater to the growing needs of IT, develop policy alternatives, and plan and rapidly implement initiatives for building an internationally competitive IT industry in the province. As a result of this, Punjab Information Technology Board was formed in 1999 as an autonomous body under the Department of Industries. An Ordinance in this respect was passed by the Governor on March 27th, 1999.

On 15th October 2001, the Information Technology Department was created as an administrative department and it was decided that PITB would work under this department as an autonomous body.After the dissolution of Information Technology Department in 2011, PITB was attached to Planning & Development Department of Punjab.

Source : http://www.pitb.gov.pk/history

Government Departments

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Following is the list of projects initiated during 2005-2009
  • Chief Minister Inspection Team (CMIT)
  • Computerization of Implementation & Coordination (I&C) S & GAD
  • Computerization of Irrigation and Power Department
  • Computerization of Labor Department, Labor Directorate & PESSI (Phase-1)
  • Computerization of Office of Ombudsman Punjab, Lahore
  • Computerization of PIC, Police Medico, Drug Testing Lab, & Chemical Examination Centre
  • Computerization of Punjab Privatization Board Record
  • Computerization of Punjab Small Industries Corporation (PSIC)
  • Computerization of Special Branch, Punjab Police Lahore
  • Computerization of Tourism & Resort Development Department
  • Computerization of Zakat and Ushr Department
  • Creation of a Specialized Wing / Cell for IPR Compliance
  • Decision Support Infrastructure System for Chief Minister Secretariat
  • Demand Based Training (DBT)
  • Earthquake Relief Vehicle Tracking System
  • Hospital Management Information System
  • Institutional Capacity Building of Health Institution
  • Institutional Strengthening of Anti Corruption Establishment, Punjab through Office Automation
  • IT Workshops and Seminars
  • Land Record Management Information System (LRMIS)
  • License Issuance & Management System
  • Low Price Rashan Program Software (LPRP)
  • Monitoring and Evaluation of ICS / ACS Program
  • Office Automation of P & D Department
  • Outstanding Talent Scholarships – Phase II
  • PITB Capacity Building
  • Provision of P-IV Computers for Children Library Complex Lahore
  • Punjab Health Help Line
  • Punjab Highway Patrolling Post Program Software (PHPP)
  • Punjab IT and Telecommunication Research & Development
  • Punjab IT Centers Ongoing Punjab Certification Program similar to ISO 9000 for IT Industry
  • Arfa Software Technology Park
  • Support-a-Family Program Software (SAFP)
  • Telemedicine for Teaching Hospitals in Punjab
  • Source : http://www.pitb.gov.pk/projects_2005_2009


Project ID:
P090501
Land Records Management and Information Systems Program (LRMIS-P) Province of Punjab


Project-At-A-Glance
Approval Date25-JAN-2007
Closing Date30-NOV-2013
Total Project Cost**51.26
RegionSouth Asia
Major Sector (Sector) (%)Public Administration, Law, and Justice (Sub-national government administration) (100%)
Themes (%)Law reform (16%)
Personal and property rights (17%)
Social analysis and monitoring (17%)
Land administration and management (33%)
Administrative and civil service reform (17%)
Environmental CategoryC
Bank Team LeadCook, Edward C.
Borrower/RecipientGOVERNMENT OF PAKISTAN
Implementing AgencyGOVERNMENT OF PUNJAB

Source:
http://web.worldbank.org/external/p...eSitePK=40941&menuPK=228424&Projectid=P090501

For more Information Please check this web of World bank.

http://search.worldbank.org/all?qterm=LRMIS
http://www-wds.worldbank.org/extern...d/PDF/Integrated0Saf1heet1Appraisal0Stage.pdf

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INTEGRATED SAFEGUARDS DATASHEET
APPRAISAL STAGE

I. Basic Information
Date prepared/updated: 02/03/2006
Report No.: AC2081


1. Basic Project Data

Country: Pakistan
Project ID: P090501
Project Name: Land Records Management and Information Systems Program (LRMIS-P) Province of Punjab
Task Team Leader: Edward C. Cook
Estimated Appraisal Date: February 6, 2006
Estimated Board Date: June 13, 2006
Managing Unit: SASAR
Lending Instrument: Specific Investment Loan
Sector: General agriculture, fishing and forestry sector (100%)
Theme: Land administration and management (P);Personal and property rights (S)
IBRD Amount (US$m.): 0.00
IDA Amount (US$m.): 40.00
GEF Amount (US$m.): 0.00
PCF Amount (US$m.): 0.00
Other financing amounts by source:
BORROWER/RECIPIENT 20.00
Financing Gap 0.00
20.00
Environmental Category: C - Not Required
Simplified Processing
Simple []
Repeater []
Is this project processed under OP 8.50 (Emergency Recovery)
Yes [ ]
No [X]

2. Project Objectives
The higher level objective of the Project is to improve the land records service delivery of the Province of Punjab, contributing to long-lasting tenure security and more efficiently operating markets for land.

3. Project Description
The Project will upgrade the land records management system for Punjab Province by revising current business processes and associated legisltation and regulations, establishing Service Centers where land records will be maintained and available to the public in digital form, and establishing linkages between the land records system and the system for registration of deeds. The Project will be implemented by the Board of Revenue of Punjab Province and will have four components. The first component will address improvements in business processes and increased institutional capacity at the provincial, district, and lower administrative levels. The second component will be putting in place the automated land record system, including the applied software. The third component will focus on improved service delivery to the population, and include a set of public outreach activities. The fourth component will be deal with project management, monitoring and evaluation.

4. Project Location and salient physical characteristics relevant to the safeguard analysis
The Project will be implemented throughout Punjab Province. Existing offices of the BOR system at the district and tehsil level, as well as premises located at the kanungo level, will be the physical location of project activity -- where the automated systems will be installed. Some rehabilitation work will be required to meet operating requirements of the computer equipment and to provide adequate client reception areas. Very little new construction work is anticipated.

5. Environmental and Social Safeguards Specialists
Ms Zia Al Jalaly (SASES)

6. Safeguard Policies Triggered
Yes
No
Environmental Assessment (OP/BP 4.01)

X
Natural Habitats (OP/BP 4.04)

X
Forests (OP/BP 4.36)

X
Pest Management (OP 4.09)

X
Cultural Property (OPN 11.03)

X
Indigenous Peoples (OP/BP 4.10)

X
Involuntary Resettlement (OP/BP 4.12)

X
Safety of Dams (OP/BP 4.37)

X
Projects on International Waterways (OP/BP 7.50)

X
Projects in Disputed Areas (OP/BP 7.60)

X

II. Key Safeguard Policy Issues and Their Management
A. Summary of Key Safeguard Issues
1. Describe any safeguard issues and impacts associated with the proposed project. Identify and describe any potential large scale, significant and/or irreversible impacts:
Since the program is expected to have minimal or no adverse environmental impacts it is classified as Category C requiring no further EA action. This classification is the result of the environmental screening based on consultations with the regional environment sector unit (SASES). In accordance with OP 4.01, the screening examined the type, location, sensitivity, and location of the proposed program as well as the nature and magnitude of its potential impacts.

The screening found only minimal potential environmental impacts caused by the program which – on balance – are expected to be positive from an environmental standpoint. The program seeks to establish an improved land records service delivery system in order to reduce litigation and bring about lasting land tenure security. Hence, the proposed program does not directly affect the management of natural resources. However, the improved tenure security would induce behavioral changes among landholders by providing increased incentives for sustainable management of natural resources.

2. Describe any potential indirect and/or long term impacts due to anticipated future activities in the project area:
By increasing tenure security and making land records readily accessible by the population, the Project is expected to have beneficial long-term impacts on management of natural resources.

3. Describe any project alternatives (if relevant) considered to help avoid or minimize adverse impacts.
N/A

4. Describe measures taken by the borrower to address safeguard policy issues. Provide an assessment of borrower capacity to plan and implement the measures described.
N/A

5. Identify the key stakeholders and describe the mechanisms for consultation and disclosure on safeguard policies, with an emphasis on potentially affected people.
N/A


B. Disclosure Requirements Date


* If the project triggers the Pest Management, Cultural Property and/or the Safety of Dams policies, the respective issues are to be addressed and disclosed as part of the Environmental Assessment/Audit/or EMP.
If in-country disclosure of any of the above documents is not expected, please explain why:
N/A


C. Compliance Monitoring Indicators at the Corporate Level (to be filled in when the ISDS is finalized by the project decision meeting)


The World Bank Policy on Disclosure of Information

Have relevant safeguard policies documents been sent to the World Bank's Infoshop?
No
Have relevant documents been disclosed in-country in a public place in a form and language that are understandable and accessible to project-affected groups and local NGOs?
No
All Safeguard Policies

Have satisfactory calendar, budget and clear institutional responsibilities been prepared for the implementation of measures related to safeguard policies?
N/A
Have costs related to safeguard policy measures been included in the project cost?
N/A
Does the Monitoring and Evaluation system of the project include the monitoring of safeguard impacts and measures related to safeguard policies?
N/A
Have satisfactory implementation arrangements been agreed with the borrower and the same been adequately reflected in the project legal documents?
N/A


D. Approvals

Signed and submitted by:
Name
Date
Task Team Leader:
Mr Edward C. Cook

Environmental Specialist:
Mr Paul Jonathan Martin

Social Development Specialist
Mr Pramod K. Agrawal

Additional Environmental and/or Social Development Specialist(s):
Ms Zia Al Jalaly




Approved by:


Regional Safeguards Coordinator:
Mr Frederick Edmund Brusberg

Comments:
Sector Manager:
Mr Adolfo Brizzi

Comments:
 
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