are being used nowadays by citizens in various Government projects of the country.
But the integration of mobile technologies with the e-Governance projects can lead
to more human interaction and benefits for the society as a whole. This will result
in having more impact on the lives of the common citizens and increase in awareness
of such e-Governance projects. The paper introduces the features, technologies and
design of the Android mobile device application, mobileLoanapp for the customer
(client) of the bank for the loan approval process. The e-Land record information
system has been designed and implemented with Google Map using Mobile Commerce by
developing this mobile app. This m-app has been developed so as to provide improved
and flexible e-Governance facility to the common
citizens of the country. The proposed system if adapted will pave the way for the
real-time applications to be embedded with
the e-Governance facilities. This paper presents the overall system architecture
along with its functional components and scope of the very appealing m-application (mobileLoanapp)
for bank loan approval process in interconnection with the land server (part of
Farad Kendra’s). The overall advantages of the proposed m-app have also been determined
in comparison to the existing e-Governance system, giving a viable option to adopt
and make use of integration of mobile technologies for providing e-Governance through
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