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As part of the Digital India Programme, it was envisaged that a standardized framework be implemented for all Government websites.

With diversification of ICT landscape, it has become absolutely imperative for Government Websites to bring in qualitative and quantitative transformations in wake of changing user expectations. As part of the Digital India Programme, it was envisaged that a standardized framework be implemented for all Government websites to improve the presentation, re-usability and consistency of these websites. The Content Management Framework (CMF) project has been initiated with this view of standardization and improvement in presentation and content delivery of websites of Government Ministry/Department websites. The CMF is currently planned to be rolled out for 100 websites of Central Government Ministries/Departments to foster development of citizen centric and universally accessible websites.

BENEFICIARIES/TARGET GROUPS

Implementation of CMF will benefit both for Government Departments and common citizens as well.

OUTCOMES

CMF shall establish a single window service for the Government Departments for advice & training to develop GIGW compliant websites. These would be made available at the Web Resource Centre(WRC) repository. Capacity Building, on different aspects of web design & technology shall in turn ameliorate the overall quality of Indian Government websites in cyberspace.

Cmf Key Features
  • GIGW Compliance

    Compliant with mandatory guidelines from the compliance matrix of GIGW

  • Responsive Design

    Easily accessible through Smart Phones, Tablets and Desktop PC

  • Website Analytics

    Provides a dashboard to site usage statistics

  • Themes & Templates

    Easily configurable themes for visually appealing presentation

  • SMS Integration

    Via NIC’s Standard SMS Gateway

  • LDAP Authentication

    In order to provide "single sign on" CMF will use LDAP protocol

  • Text to Speech

    Using CDAC/Google service

  • Translation

    Using CDAC/Google service

  • Search

    Integrated search to enable easy discoverability of content

Sites Launched Under CMF   |

Ministry of Civil Aviation

Ministry of Civil Aviation is responsible for formulation of national policies and programmes for the development and regulation of the Civil Aviation sector in the country. It is responsible for administration of various aviation sector related legislations as well as exercises administration over several attached and autonomous organizations.

Went live on Sept 07, 2015

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Department of Pharmaceuticals

The Department of Pharmaceuticals was created on the 1st of July in the year 2008 in the Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers so as to provide greater focus for the growth of the high potential Pharmaceuticals industry. It works with a vision to make India the Largest Global Provider of Quality Medicines at Reasonable Prices.

Went live on Sep 22, 2015

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Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation

Ministry of Drinking Water and Sanitation, established in 2011, is the nodal department for the overall policy, planning, funding and coordination of programmes of drinking water and sanitation in the country. It sets the availability of safe drinking water and improved sanitation for all, at all times, in rural India as its vision.

Went live on Sept 21, 2015

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Ministry of Women and Child Development

The Ministry was constituted in 2006 with the prime intention of addressing gaps in State action for women and children for promoting inter-Ministerial and inter-sectoral convergence to create gender equitable and child-centred legislation, policies and programmes.

Went live on Nov 12, 2015

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Ministry of Textiles

The Ministry of Textiles is responsible for policy formulation, planning, development, export promotion and trade regulation of the Textiles Industry. The Ministry has the vision to build state of the art production capacities and achieve a pre-eminent global standing in manufacture and export of all types of textile.

Went live on Nov 3, 2015

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Department of Science and Technology

Department of Science & Technology (DST) was established in May 1971, with the objective of promoting new areas of Science & Technology and to play the role of a nodal department for organising, coordinating and promoting S&T activities in the country.

Went live on Nov 7, 2015

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Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports

The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports, working as two departments, works towards developing the personality of youth and involving them in various nation-building activities and creating the infrastructure and promoting capacity building for broad-basing sports as well as for achieving excellence in various competitive events at the national and international levels.

Went live on Dec 31, 2015

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Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying and Fisheries

Department of Animal Husbandry Dairying & Fisheries (DADF) is one of the Departments in the Ministry of Agriculture and is responsible for matters relating to livestock production, preservation, protection from disease and improvement of stocks and dairy development, and also for matters relating to the Delhi Milk Scheme and the National Dairy Development Board. It also looks after all matters pertaining to fishing and fisheries, inland and marine.

Went live on Jan 12, 2016

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Department of Space

Department of Space (DOS) has the primary responsibility of promoting development of space science & technology towards achieving self-reliance and for space applications facilitating all-round development of the nation.

Went live on Jan 29, 2016

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Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals

The Department of Chemicals & Petro-Chemicals has been part of the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers from 1991 and is entrusted with the responsibility of policy, planning, development and regulation of Chemicals and Petrochemicals Industries.

Went live on Feb 29, 2016

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Department of Justice

Department of Justice is a part of Ministry of Law & Justice and performs the function of the appointment, resignation and removal of the Chief Justice of India, Judges of the Supreme Court of India, Chief Justices and Judges of the High Courts and their service matters in addition to implementing important schemes for Infrastructure Development of Subordinate Judiciary, the E-court Project on computerization of various courts across the country, Legal Aid to Poor and Access to Justice.

Went live on Mar 3, 2016

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Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances

Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievance, under the Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, works towards fostering good governance through process improvement for public service delivery and a citizen-centric approach for Grievance redressal.

Went live on Mar 23, 2016

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Ministry of Labour and Employment

The Ministry of Labour & Employment, one of the oldest Ministries of the Government of India, bears the main responsibility to protect and safeguard the interests of workers in general and those who constitute the poor, deprived and disadvantaged sections of the society, in particular, with due regard to creating a healthy work environment for higher production and productivity and to develop and coordinate vocational skill training and employment services.

Went live on Mar 28, 2016

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Department of AIDS Control

National AIDS Control Organization is a division of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare that provides leadership to HIV/AIDS control programme in India. In 1992, India’s first National AIDS Control Programme (1992-1999) was launched, and National AIDS Control Organization (NACO) was constituted to implement the programme.

Went live on Sep 7, 2016

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Vice President of India

The Vice President of India is the second highest constitutional office in the country, presently held by Shri Md. Hamid Ansari. The Vice President executes the functions of the President in cases of absence or illness and is elected indirectly by the Electoral college.

Went live on May 16. 2016

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Ministry of AYUSH

The Ministry of AYUSH was formed on 9th November 2014 to ensure the optimal development and propagation of AYUSH systems of health care with focused attention for development of Education and Research in Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha and Homoeopathy.

Went live on May 25, 2016

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Ministry of Minority Affairs

The Ministry of Minority Affairs was created to ensure a more focused approach towards issues relating to the notified minority communities namely Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, Sikh, Parsi and Jain. The mandate of the Ministry includes formulation of overall policy and planning, coordination, evaluation and review of the regulatory framework and development programmes for the benefit of the minority communities.

Went live on Aug 24, 2016

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Department of Health Research

The Department of Health Research was formally launched on 5th October 2007 with a view to promote and coordinate basic, applied and clinical research in areas related to medical, health profession etc and education through development of infrastructure, manpower and skills in cutting edge areas.

Went live on Sep 1, 2016

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Department of Economic Affairs

DEA is the nodal agency of the Union Government to formulate and monitor country's economic policies and programmes having a bearing on internal and external aspects of economic management.One of the principal responsibilities of this Department is the preparation of the Union Budget every year.

Went live on Oct 7, 2016

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Department of Defence Production

The Department of Defence Production, under the Ministry of Defence, deals with matters pertaining to defence production, indigenisation of imported stores, equipment and spares, planning and control of departmental production units of the Ordnance Factory Board and Defence Public Sector Undertakings (DPSUs).

Went live on Sep 15, 2016

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Department of Agriculture and Cooperation

The Ministry of Agriculture Cooperation and Farmers Welfare is the apex body for formulation and administration of the rules and regulations and laws related to agriculture in India. The 3 broad areas of scope for the Ministry are agriculture, food processing and cooperation.

Went live on Sep 27, 2016

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Department of Telecommunications

Department of Telecommunications, under the Ministry of Communication, works towards providing secure, reliable, affordable and high quality converged telecommunication services anytime, anywhere for an accelerated inclusive socio-economic development.

Went live on Sep 26, 2016

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Department of Public Enterprises

The Department of Public Enterprises is the nodal department for all the Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) and formulates policy pertaining to CPSEs. It lays down, in particular, policy guidelines on performance improvement and evaluation, autonomy and financial delegation and personnel management in CPSEs. It furthermore collects and maintains information in the form of a Public Enterprises Survey on several areas in respect of CPSEs.

Went live on Oct 21, 2016

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Ministry of Food Processing Industries

The Ministry of Food Processing Industries is concerned with formulation and implementation of the policies and plans for the food processing industries within the overall national priorities and objectives. A strong and dynamic food processing sector plays a vital role in reduction in the wastage of perishable agricultural produce, enhancing shelf life of food products, ensuring value addition to agricultural produce, diversification and commercialization of agriculture, generation of employment, enhancing income of farmers and creating surplus for the export of agro and processed foods.

Went live on Nov 03, 2016

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Department of Official Language

In view to ensuring compliance of the constitutional and legal provisions regarding official language and to promote the use of Hindi for the official purposes of the Union, the Department of Official Language was set up in June 1975 as an independent Department of the Ministry of Home Affairs. Since then, this Department has been making efforts for accelerating the progressive use of Hindi for the official purposes of the Union.

Went live on Dec 09, 2016

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Department of Investment and Public Asset Management

The Department of Investment and Public Asset Management was set up as a separate Department on 10 December 1999 and was later renamed as Ministry of Disinvestment from 6 September 2001.Department of Investment and Public Asset Management is one of the Departments under the Ministry of Finance. It has been renamed as Department of investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM) from 14th April, 2016.

Went live on Dec 09, 2016

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Department of Personnel and Training

The Department of Personnel & Training can be conceptually divided into two parts, in its large nodal role, it acts as the formulator of policy and the watch-dog of the Government ensuring that certain accepted standards and norms, as laid down by it, are followed by all Ministries/Departments. The Department of Personnel & Training can be conceptually divided into two parts, in its large nodal role, it acts as the formulator of policy and the watch-dog of the Government ensuring that certain accepted standards and norms, as laid down by it, are followed by all Ministries/Departments.

Went live on Dec 26, 2016

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Ministry of Law & Justice

Ministry of Law and Justice is the oldest limb of the Government of India dating back to 1833 when the Charter Act 1833 enacted by the British Parliament. The said Act vested for the first time legislative power in a single authority, namely the Governor General in Council.

Went live on Dec 28, 2016

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Telecom Regulatory Authority of India

The entry of private service providers brought with it the inevitable need for independent regulation. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) was, thus, established with effect from 20th February 1997 by an Act of Parliament, called the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, 1997, to regulate telecom services, including fixation/revision of tariffs for telecom services which were earlier vested in the Central Government.

Went live on Jan 04, 2017

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Department of Ex-Servicemen Welfare

In view of the expanding population of ex-servicemen (ESM) and widows, there were persistent demands from service Hqrs. and various associations for a separate Department to look after the welfare, resettlement and rehabilitation of ESM, war widows and their dependents. In 1986, a decision was taken to create an independent resettlement division in the Department of Defence. A new Department was created in the Ministry of Defence on 22nd September,2004 in order to pay focused attention to the welfare and resettlement of ESM. It is mandated to formulate and implement various policies and programmes for the welfare and resettlement of Ex-Servicemen in the country. The Department consists of two Divisions i.e. (i) Resettlement Division; and (ii) Pension Division. It has 3 Attached offices namely, KendriyaSainik Board Secretariat (KSB Sectt.), Directorate General of Resettlement, (DGR) and Central Organisation, Ex-servicemen Contributory Health Scheme (CO, ECHS).

Went live on Jan 11, 2017

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Ministry of Micro, small & Medium Enterprises

Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) sector has emerged as a highly vibrant and dynamic sector of the Indian economy over the last five decades. MSMEs not only play crucial role in providing large employment opportunities at comparatively lower capital cost than large industries but also help in industrialization of rural & backward areas, thereby, reducing regional imbalances, assuring more equitable distribution of national income and wealth. MSMEs are complementary to large industries as ancillary units and this sector contributes enormously to the socio-economic development of the country.

Went live on Feb 8, 2017

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Department of Legal Affairs

The Department has been allocated the following items as per the Government of India {Allocation of Business} Rules, 1961.Advice to Ministries on legal matters including interpretation of the Constitution and the laws, conveyancing and engagement of counsel to appear on behalf of the Union of India in the High Courts and subordinate courts where the Union of India is a party.

Went live on Jan 19, 2017

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Department Of Revenue

The Department of Revenue functions under the overall direction and control of the Secretary (Revenue). It exercises control in respect of matters relating to all the Direct and Indirect Union Taxes through two statutory Boards namely, the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) and the Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC). Each Board is headed by a Chairman who is also ex-officio Special Secretary to the Government of India. Matters relating to the levy and collection of all Direct taxes are looked after by the CBDT whereas those relating to levy and collection of Customs and Central Excise duties and other Indirect taxes fall within the purview of the CBEC. The two Boards were constituted under the Central Board of Revenue Act, 1963. At present, the CBDT has six Members and the CBEC has five Members. The Members are also ex-officio Additional Secretaries to the Government of India.

Went live on feb 17, 2017

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Ministry of Information and Broadcasting

Ministry of Information and Broadcasting,through the mass communication media comprising radio, television, films, press and print publications, advertising and traditional modes of communication such as dance and drama, plays an effective role in helping the masses to have access to free flow of information. The Ministry is involved in catering to the entertainment needs of various age groups and focusing attention of the people on issues of national integrity, environmental protection, health care and family welfare, eradication of illiteracy and issues relating to women, children, minority and other disadvantaged sections of the society. The Ministry is divided into four wings i.e. the Information Wing, the Broadcasting Wing, the Films Wing, and the Integrated Finance Wing

Went live on Apr 25, 2017

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Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare

The Department of Pension & Pensioners' Welfare is the nodal department for formulation of policies relating to pension and other retirement benefits of Central Govt. employees covered under CCS (Pension) Rules, 1972 Apart from formulation of pension policy for the Central Govt. Pensioners/Family Pensioners, it also seeks to promote pensioners welfare and serves as a forum for the redressal of Pensioners' grievances. However, the pensioners of Ministries of Railways and Defence are governed by their respective pension rules having their independent administrative set up. The employees working in the establishments belonging to the class of industries/ other establishment listed in the schedule appended to EPF & MP Act.1950 are covered under EPS Scheme administered by Ministry of Labour. Further, the pensionary matters of those who joined/ would join Central Government on or after 1.1.2004, are dealt by Ministry of Finance (Department of Financial Services) under New Pension scheme.

Went live on Apr 28, 2017

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Legislative Department

The Charter Act 1833 which was enacted by the British Parliament provided for the establishment of a Law Commission for consolidation and codification of Indian Laws. The said Act provided for the addition of a fourth ordinary Member to the Governor General in Council for India who was to be a legal expert in the making of laws. Lord Macaulay was appointed as the fourth ordinary Member and was entitled to participate in the meetings of the Governor General in Council for making of laws.

Went live on May 15, 2017

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Ministry Of Steel

Co-ordination and planning of the growth and development of Iron and Steel Industry in the country (including Re-rolling Mills, Alloy Steel and Ferro Alloy Industries, Refractories) both in the Public and Private Sectors. Formulation of policies in respect of production, pricing, distribution, import and export of iron & steel, ferro alloys and refractories. Development of input industries relating to iron ore, manganese ore, chrome ore and Refractories etc. , required mainly by the steel industry.

Went live on May 15, 2017

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Department Of Financial Services

The mandate of the Department of Financial Services covers the functioning of Banks, Financial Institutions, Insurance Companies and the National Pension System. The Department is headed by the Secretary, (Financial Services) who is assisted by an Additional Secretary, four Joint Secretaries and two Economic Advisers.

Went live on May 23, 2017

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Ministry of Health and Family Welfare

Directorate General of Health Services (DGHS) is attached office of the Department of Health & Family Welfare and has subordinate offices spread all over the country. The DGHS renders technical advice on all Medical and Public Health matters and is involved in the implementation of various Health Services.

Went live on May 26, 2017

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Ministry Of Finannce

The Ministry comprises of the five Departments namely: 1. Department of Economic Affairs 2. Department of Expenditure 3.Department of Revenue 4. Department of Disinvestment 5. Department of Financial Services

Went live on Jun 02, 2017

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Department Of Expenditure.

The Department of Expenditure is the nodal Department for overseeing the public financial management system in the Central Government and matters connected with state finances. It is responsible for the implementation of the recommendations of the Finance Commission and Central Pay Commission, monitoring of audit comments/ observations, preparation of Central Government Accounts. It further assists central Ministries/ Departments in controlling the costs and prices of public services, reviewing system and procedure to optimize outputs and outcomes of public expenditure

Went live on Jun 02, 2017

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Department Of Industrial & Policy Promotion

The Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion was established in 1995 and has been reconstituted in the year 2000 with the merger of the Department of Industrial Development. Earlier separate Ministries for Small Scale Industries & Agro and Rural Industries (SSI&A&RI) and Heavy Industries and Public Enterprises (HI&PE) were created in October, 1999.

Went live on Jun 06, 2017

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Ministry Of Defence

The Government of India is responsible for ensuring the defence of India and every part thereof. The Supreme Command of the Armed Forces vests in the President. The responsibility for national defence rests with the Cabinet.

Went live on Jun 12, 2017

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Department Of Defence

The Department of Defence deals with the three Services i.e Army, Air Force, Navy and Coast Guard. It also deals with Inter-Services Organization. It is also responsible for the Defence Budget, establishment matters, defence policy, matters relating to Parliament, defence cooperation with foreign countries, and coordination of all defence related activities. It is headed by Defence Secretary who is assisted by Director General (Acquisition), Additional Secretaries and Joint Secretaries. Defence Secretary is also responsible for coordinating the activities of the other Departments i.e DDP, DESW and DRDO in Ministry of Defence.

Went live on Jun 12, 2017

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Ministry Of Petrolium And Natural Gas

Exploration and exploitation of petroleum resources, including natural gas. Production, supply distribution, marketing and pricing of petroleum including natural gas and petroleum products.Public sector projects failing under the subjects included in this list, Engineers India limited and IBP Company. together with its subsidiaries, except such projects as are specifically allotted to any other Ministry/Dept.

Went live on Jun 15, 2017

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Features in details

  • WEB CONTENT ACCESSIBILITY

    Web accessibility denotes that people with disabilities can perceive, understand, navigate, interact and contribute through web. CMF comes with in-built rule sets and checks that ensure that the content migrated to the framework is compliant to the web content accessibility guidelines, making the site accessible to the differently abled users.

  • TEXT TO SPEECH ENABLEMENT

    A unique feature for Government Websites, visual ly challenged users can use this tool to hear the content of the page. Initially, this facility will be available for Hindi and English languages which will be further extended to other languages in due course of time.

  • STANDARDIZED Design Components

    To help people navigate easily around the page, header and footer region of the website must be consistent and identifiable. CMFprovides standardized header and footer for all websites. This allows a consistent format for the Government Websites; at the same time, the framework is flexible enough to accommodate customizations to be made as per the requirements of the respective Ministry/Department.

  • SEARCH

    An efficient search feature helps the user reach the desigred information quickly. One of the key feature in which most Government Websites lag is a reliable search facility. CMF comes loaded with comprehensive in-built extensive site search facility enabling users to search efficiently within site.

  • RTI MODULE

    The RTI module of the framework has a section on proactive disclosure and also links to first and second appeal pages in the CIC website (http://rti.india.gov.in). The RTI module comes embedded with the following features:

    1. Appellate Authority: Contact details of the RTI Appellate Authority
    2. Proactive disclosures: Obligatory items under RTI Act
    3. File complaints: Provision to file complaints
    4. Second appeal: Provision to file a second appeal
  • LANGUAGE TRANSLATION

    India is entreepicenter of global lingual diversity. As a thumb-rule, people can comprehend things better when presented in their own language. In an effort to reach out to maximum users, CMF allows both manual translated input and automatic tool based translation of English sites. While the automated translation may not be 100% accurate, it would still provide local language content based on present technological advancement and form a basis for manual input. However, text presented as images will not be translated

  • IN-BUILT CUSTOMIZABLE MODULES

    CMF leverages Government websites to customize their features.The most frequently used features like Photo gallery, feedback management, sliders, social media integration are available as pre formatted modules.

  • VISITOR ANALYTIC DASHBOARD

    It is essential for web managers to determine how their websites are performing in terms of visitors and what content gets visited the most. CMF comes with Visitor Analytic Dashboard to put a tab on user behavior and access patterns of your website.

  • GIGW COMPLIANCE

    Government Websites must ensure compliance with the Guidelines for Indian Government Websites (GIGW) while developing/redesigning their websites, portals and web based applications. The framework ensures this as it is compliant to GIGW.

  • SECURITY AUDITED CODE

    The core framework has been thoroughly security audited for various potential security risks and loopholes.

  • CONTENT WORKFLOW

    CMF provides for a two level workflow comprising of a content creator and content approver. Any content will have to pass through onetwo levels of moderation before the same is published on the site.