Dashboard iRAD


Integrated Road Accident Database

The Integrated Road Accident Database (iRAD) Project is an initiative of the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways (MoRTH), Government of India and is funded by World Bank, with objective to improve road safety in the country.
To achieve this, establishment of an accurate and uniform road accident data collection mechanism from all over India, is required. For this purpose iRAD mobile & web application is developed. This is followed by training & hand holding support to stakeholder departmental users through state / district rollout managers & master trainers. Beta version of iRAD application is being launched in 59 lighthouse districts of 6 pilot states i.e. Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh on 15th February, 2021. This will facilitate road accident data collection by stakeholder departments Police, Transport, Highways & Health Departments following Standard operating procedure. Through collection of road accident data from all over the country, road accident database will be developed. The collected data will be analysed using different data analytics technique for identification of accident prone area sand causes of the accidents. The analysis output will be represented in appropriate dashboards, accessible to higher authorities of stakeholder departments and MoRTH. And accordingly strategy will be informed for reduction of number of road accident in India and enhance roadsafety. NICSI & IIT Madras have been jointly entrusted to carry out design, Development, Training, and implementation of iRAD project, alongwith  research & analysis activities.
NICSI is responsible for Development of iRAD mobile (Android and iOS) & web application to facilitate collection & analysis of road accident data, establishing the required cloud infrastructure /Server setup and its maintenance,training tousers/stakeholders, establishment of helpdesk & Program rollout acrossIndia. IITM is associated with architecture designing, organizing Stakeholder conferences, development of training content and training of trainers/master trainers, research & data Analytics activities.
iRAD project implementation started through days orientation program & iRAD mobile/web application(alpha version) demonstration / training for stakeholder departments of selected fifty nine light house districts (selected by the respective states). Due to COVID-19 situation, the Orientation Programme was conducted online through Video conferencing with the support of MoRTH, NIC/NICSI and IIT Madras. All the States were requested to share the details of their relevant existing applications for data integration with iRAD, and also to share existing Geo spatial data (jurisdiction, location of offices, road network etc.), designation hierarchy/master directory and other relevant details.
The stakeholder departmental users were provided with alpha version of iRAD application, user manual and user credentials and the users were requested to provide feedback through Online feedback mechanism or directly through feedback option in the iRAD application. Based on the User feedback,common
APIs & supporting documents are developed for easy integration with existing applications of user department sand based on feasible/suitable user feedback iRAD application is modified/enhance sand beta version is being launched on 15th February, 2021 light house districts of pilot states of India.

  • iRAD Review Training 15 May 23
    iRAD Review Training 15 May 23
  • iRAD Review Training 15 May 23-2
  • Traing during Covid 19
  • Training PS Officials
  • Traing to Health Officers



More than 1.4 million people are killed in Road Accidents, worldwide, every year. In India, 20 people die every hour in road accident which boils down to 1 death in every 3 minutes. This is about more than 11% of the death toll

across the world in Road accidents; unfortunately India is a global leader in road accidents. More than 3000 people die in road accident in Jharkhand State. This problem indicates the high exigency to fight against Road accidents in every possible way and to create awareness on road safety measures.

Road accident is most unwanted thing happened to a road user, though they happen quit often. The most unfortunate thing is that we don’t learn from our mistakes on road. Most of the road users are quite well aware of the general rules and safety measures while using road but is only the laxity on part of road users, which cause accident and crashes are due to human errors.

When we talk about Ranchi total 659 accidents happened in year 2019 in which 448 people were killed and 387 people get injured in the road accidents. This is about 45% of death occurred in which two wheelers were involved.

We are elaborating some of the common behavior of humans which results in accidents:

Over speeding, Drunken Driving, Destructing of drivers, Red Light Jumping, Avoiding safety gears like seat belt and helmet, Non-adherence of lane driving and overtaking in a wrong manner.


Every year an average of around 100000 new vehicles get registered in the district.


The graph represents the number of vehicles registered in last five years.

According to one popular tale, Captain choose”Archi” a Oraon tribal village as head quarter. ”Archi” means Bamboo forest in local Nagpuri dialect . The British inadvertently named “Archi” as “Ranchi”.

Ranchi lies at 23°22′N 85°20′E near to the Tropic of Cancer. Its municipal area is 652.02 km 2 (251.75 sq mi), and its average elevation is 651 m above sea level. Ranchi is located in the southern part of the  Chota Nagpur plateau , which is the eastern section of the Deccan plateau. As of 2011 India census, Ranchi municipal corporation has a population of 1,126,741, making it the 46th largest urban city in India. Males constitute 51.3% of the population and females 48.7%. Ranchi has an average literacy rate of 87.68%.

The city witnessed a sudden surge in population after the declaration of the new state of Jharkhand in 2000. Owing to the rising employment opportunities and opening of numerous regional and state level offices, banks, and FMCG companies, the city witnessed a rapid influx of employment seeking migrants.

Ranchi is boarder district connected with west Bengal via Ranchi–Silli road with SH-01.It also connected with Ranchi–Ramgarh with NH33 Road and Ranchi-Khunti with NH-75 Extension road, Ranchi-Gumla with NH-23 and Ranchi-Lohardaga road with NH-75.