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Office of the State Commissioner for Persons with Disabilities Web-Portal
By NIC,Odisha State Unit, Bhubaneswar

Inauguration of SCPD Portal by Honble Chief Minister, Odisha

One stop authentic and standardized information

center on the various activities taken up by State Commissioner along with schemes, projects, acts/rules, documents Online Case Management System and a Disability Certificate repository. A website technologically efficient ,citizen centric and with accessibility features so as to make it usable by Persons with Disabilities (PwDs)

A website is accessible to Persons with Disability if it is accessible to persons with a diverse range of hearing, movement, sight, and cognitive ability.
SCPD portal follows the principle of universal accessibility based essentially on the idea of creating an obstacle-free environment.

Magnifier- Persons partially visually challenged can use it to see the page-area under on-screen-lens enlarged. Screen reader- to read out (helpful for users with reading or learning difficulties) or any event going on. Text Resizer -used to decrease or increase the font size on the page. Contrast Adjuster Person with colour blindness can use to change the contrast to available colours as per their convenience

Guidelines followed in the development process

GIGW (Guidelines for Indian Government Websites ) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Cyber Security Guidelines


Content Management: Web-based administration panels, full lifecycle of content creation and publishing, single-sourcing distribution, mash-ups, content approvals and go-live authorization User Management: User authentication (registration/login), single sign-on, profiling, multilevel user, user administration, user behavior tracking, reporting and analysis. Users of this PORTAL will be State Commissioner, District Collectors designated as Deputy Commissioners, CDMOs orCMOs of various districts. Each User will have a separate login. Collaboration and Communication: Email Alerts, message boards, feedback forms, event calendars, reviews, disability certificate uploading into the database by CMOs or CDMOs.. Security: Various user privileges and access levels, personalized content distribution, data encryption.

24 * 7 Information Repository One stop source of all information Comprehensive and authentic Content updated regularly by SCPD,Odisha

Citizen Orientation User centered design As per Govt. of India Guidelines.

Distributed Content Management website

Complain by differently abled person is received. Document verification is then done. After verification (if proper documents) case logged into CASE LEDGER. A letter is sent to disabled confirming about his/her registration. Legal Assistant also files cognizance to opposite party.

The Content management system includes the following functionality:

Capture and edit (content submission) The elements of the data model that are used have been defined and the database components that follow have been be specified. Authentication Each user is authenticated via simple username and password. There are various privileges associated with different users. Workflow The rules for workflow are different for each user, and each piece of content. These are governed through a policy distinct and separate from the system. Administration of users Set up users, assign functions etc

-> Tools (available to specific levels of users)

edit, delete and expire content

help (access to Content Policy, writing style guidelines, system help)

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text formatting tool (bold, hyperlink, etc) search for content ( necessary for hyperlinking )


create new content category/attribute/etc.

assign a piece of content a value (e.g. todays highlighted service)

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attach comments to content for review

view the audit trail of a particular piece of content Messaging & Notification out of the workflow will come the need to message users of tasks they need to attend to (e.g. rewrite content, edit content, moderate content, etc.). Reporting It is essential that blockages in the workflows are identified and reported. Statistics about: content in repository usage of CMS (must be logged to ensure an audit trail and accurate reporting)

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User Group Persons with Visual Impairment/Blind Persons 2. 3. 4.

Accessibility Features Image descriptions Heading structure Titles for web pages

5. Headers, captions and summary provided for tables 6. Additional Features for Persons with Low Vision Options to skip to main content

7. Drop-down menus and collapsible list with keyboard support 8. 9. Descriptive link text Transcripts for audio-video content

10. Increase/Decrease Text Size 11. Color Contrast Options 12. Print and Large Print Persons with Hearing Impairment 13. Synchronized captions 14. Transcripts for audio-video content Persons with Functional Impairment in the Upper Limb {e.g Cerebral Palsy, Amputated Upper Limb, Paraplegics, etc} 15. Options to skip to main content 16. Drop-down menus and collapsible list with keyboard support 17. Increase/Decrease Text Size 18. Increase/Decrease Text spacing Persons with Mental Retardation, Autism, and Learning Disabilities 19. Color Contrast Options 20. Increase/Decrease Text spacing 21. Iconic Learning 22. Descriptive link text 23. Print and Large Print

Other Assistive Features

Iconic Learning: Text has been supplemented with icons to enable users with learning disabilities understand the information easily. Icons have been provided, along with text labels, for key navigation options as well as important features, such as print, email etc. Images and Audio-video Content Alternate Text: Brief description of an image is provided for users with visual impairment. Synchronized Captions: Captions have been added to enable users with hearing impairment access the audio/video content effectively. Text Transcripts: Transcripts have been provided for people with hearing impairment, deaf-blind users, and people having low bandwidth. Keyboard Support for those with Visual and/or Upper Limb Impairment:Keyboard access has been provided to enable users with upper limb and visual impairment access the navigation options. Skip to Main Content link: Provided for quick access to the core content on the page.

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