Case Study: Sanjog Helpline
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Sanjog Helpline

Sanjog Helpline ( is the Orissa State Call Center for the citizens accessed through a Toll Free Number 155335 for any complaint related to Orissa Government operated Schemes.

It is an IT solution which informs about the grievance of a citizen to the right authority in real time via SMS, email & FAX. Sanjog Helpline ensures that the grievance is disposed by the use of ICT which automatically tracks and pursues the status of grievance with the action taking authority, to update the database either through return SMS, email or from the web portal. If no action is initiated, the ICT tool automatically escalates the complaint to the seniors of the Action taking Authorities.


Sanjog Helpline Objective is to make the Rural Orissa citizen’s grievance resolved process through a single window and a central grievance redressal system with a faster disposal of grievance. Sanjog Helpline meets objective with the following features

  • Single window service for Citizen to register grievances.
  • Escalation of Citizen Grievances to respective departments in a shorter time frame.
  • Instant information sent to respective office heads about any grievances in the form of SMS, Fax & Mail.
  • 2-way information sharing for tracking down information as well solving grievances.

Brief Description

Sanjog Helpline receives complaints on different government schemes through its 9AM to 5PM Call Centre which translates the Grievance of a common citizen into the computer. The built in intelligent system ensures that the grievance is disposed by the use of ICT which automatically tracks and pursues the status of grievance with the action taking authority. To dispose of a particular complaint, only the concerned official can update the database either through return SMS, email or from the web portal. If no action is initiated by the concerned official, the ICT tool automatically escalates the complaint to the higher Action taking Authorities. has built in MIS for administrators to identify the performance of their offices and officers there in for taking preventive actions.


  • Providing support with the help of a “TOLL FREE NUMBER“ will definitely increase the efficiency through time and cost savings for people in their dealings with various government authorities for obtaining the required support.
  • Automatic escalation of grievance to its higher level if not solved by the ATA
  • In order to legalize the process at the end of each day daily report (number of queries asked, number of complaints registered, number of solved issues etc) will be sent via FAX & Email to the concerned officers.
  • The information in the portal can be accessed both by citizens, Action Taking Authority and Govt. officials to get information required by them.
  • District & Block wise reports can be seen on the viewed on the portal.
  • Easier for citizens to know the status of registered grievance.

How it Works

  • Citizen calls to Sanjog Helpline via toll free number (155335) or send email, Fax or letter to register their Grievances.
  • Call Center Executive (CCE) sitting at Sanjog helpline receives the call / email / fax / letter and registers the grievance on the system.
  • On registration an SMS is sent to the Action Taking Authority as instant Information. Also Action Taking Authority gets a consolidated fax for his/her area on received grievance with a copy to his/her Higher Authority.
  • Receiving Authority takes action within the stipulated time period and updates the status either logging into the Sanjog helpline website or by calling the same toll free number against the Ticket Number.
  • If grievance is not resolved within the stipulated time provided, then grievance is escalated via email and fax to the Higher Authority to take action on the same.
  • A consolidated report is sent via email and fax to the concern department at the end of the day for the reference.

IMP: The above diagram may change with subject to Specific Scheme


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