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Geographical Information System (GIS) has evolved as a powerful analytical tool for capturing, storing, manipulating, integrating, organizing, analyzing and displaying geographic data and capable of combining both spatial data (Map) with non-spatial data ( Tabular data) for planning, decision making, implementation and monitoring of various plans / schemes at different level.

Khordha , once upon a time was the   Kingdom of the Kalinga dynasty , is famous for its heroism , the Paika rebellion and the architectural  beauty. The history of Khordha is linked with the history of Kalinga. Presently it is the headquarter of Khordha district , situated in 85 degree 37' 30" E and  19 degree 40' to 20 degree 25' N and 20 KM from the capital city of Bhubaneswar on the National Highway No 5.

Query Map
From the main menu, an user can directly go to the Query Based Map generation table by selecting Query Map option. One can generate village wise maps applying conditions. User has to select the parameters as per her/his interest from the Menu and has to provide the conditions and values. Map title can be provided by the user. Then click on Draw map option followed by View Map option. The Map will display satisfying the query.
Thematic Map
A flexible user interface where the users would select the theme or parameter to generate  a dynamic thematic/ choropleth map at Block Level.Automatically, the field is devided in to 5 ranges basing on its Minimum & Maximum value. A user can change the range values as per her/his requirement. Map title can be provided by the user. Then click on Submit option followed by View Map option. The Block Map will display satisfying the range Values.
Browse Map
A user interface where the users would be able to browse the map  layer/layers . Here, the user will get 3 options: 1. Browse Layer, 2. Identify and 3. Map mode. One can activate/display the layers in the Browse Map mode only. To Browse a layer, one has to activate the Browse Map mode, then select the layers from the table followed by “Refresh Map” option so that the selected layer will display on the Map frame.For more see Help?