The State Wide Area Network (SWAN) is a state-of-the-art framework that allows the provision of Wide Area Network (WAN) connectivity and associated services to the public sector in the State. This will improve Government efficiency. In 2005, Government of India mandated the establishment of State Wide Area Network throughout the Country with an intention to connect each of India’s States and Union Territories to support National e-Governance Plan (NEGP) initiatives for Government-to-Government and Government-to-Consumer services. SWAN project focuses mainly on high service delivery.
Accordingly, in 2008, Government of Kerala had set up a State Wide Area Network to extend the State Information Infrastructure (SII – consisting of three NOCs at Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi and Kozhikode and the e-Governance Data Centre at Thiruvananthapuram) to the 14 District Headquarters and the 152 Block Headquarters of Kerala.
KSWAN Helpdesk Number – 1800 425 6171 (Toll free)
For general enquiries:
Phone – +91 471 2726881, 2314307, 2725646