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Research Paper | Computer Engineering | India | Volume 9 Issue 10, October 2020
Common Portal Platform
Abstract: With increasing number of government forms and holders it has become difficult for each user to visit each site separately for form filling. a user to fill a single form needs to visit a separate site allotted by the government. Common portal platform assigns several numbers of forms in one place by allowing user to fill various forms at one go without separately visiting different sites. pan-card, passport, driving license are some of the common forms indulged in the platform along with the complete procedure to fill a form step by step for a newly visiting user. FAQs, help panel, office details, link to website, proper security constraints have been taken care of by providing each user with a separate transaction id as soon as he finishes up filling the form so that he can track and stays aware about status of his form filled. For a few forms such as pan card payment can also be filled by the user and for forms such as passport users digital signature and photographs can be uploaded which is kept within the database. This platform has been designed keeping in mind problems faced by every new user signing up or a user who is less aware of how to operate well online. A pure GUI has been provided for a user with limited number of options so that no new user gets messed up. Radio buttons, buttons, scroll down menus, popup boxes have been embedded in each form layout to increase its interactivity. Database table has been designed for each form to store user necessary credits with each table holding a primary key to keep track of individual users. Once the users fills the forms he selected he is redirected to the payment frames and simultaneously his forms record is built within the database. Each user differently is assigned a special id for his form in future and also for the admin to access the users database record easily for any queries. Database is totally secure with proper maintenance of record.
Keywords: services, government, portal, database design
Edition: Volume 9 Issue 10, October 2020,
Pages: 571 - 574