The Regional Remote Sensing Service, ISRO, in Nagpur has prepared a map of Chhattisgarh, which is a product of remote-sensing technology. Chairman of the State Election Commission Sushil Trivedi had asked the Regional Remote Sensing Service to prepare the map after taking charge of the State Election Commission. The map is the first of its kind in the state, which clearly marks out boundaries, important roads, districts, tehsils and panchayats. All 20,000 Chhattisgarh villages also find a place along with their census data. The copies of the map are in huge demand from government offices. The state government’s agencies like the Chhattisgarh InfoTech Society were also involved in the project.