CCMS project received the CSI Nihilent e-governance‘Award of Excellence’ for 2018.

Chief Minister Vijay Rupani today called for making the Computerized Case Monitoring System (CCMS) for reviewing and revising digitized land records more people-centric as part of the state government’s transparent policies under the Digital India Campaign.
The CCMS project received the Computer Society of India (CSI) Nihilent e-governance
‘Award of Excellence’ for 2018. The award was received by the then Additional Secretary
Victor Macwan in Hyderabad.
It was first introduced in the SSRD Special Secretary office in Ahmedabad in May 2015. The nomination was sent for 2017-18 to CSI, which sent its team to the Ahmedabad office and after checking the system’s working selected Gujarat for the award.
No sooner than the applicant’s case in entered, it generates an online number and issues notice and the date of hearing and after verification uploads the settlement onto for the applicant to see.
While there were 9,896 cases pending at the time of introducing CCMS, 17,023 new cases of appeals and review were entered, totaling 26,919 cases, out of which 25,239 cases have
been settled, the remainder 1,680 being under various stages of processing.