Real success of e-governance lies in colleges: V-C
‘Phase II to be completed by next Feb’
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Apr 28: The vice-chancellor Kashmir University, Prof Riyaz Punjabi Wednesday said that real success of Kashmir University’s e-governance program lies in colleges and asked the principals to work for its implementation.
“I am looking for the day when I would be interacting with principals on regular basis through video conferencing,” he said presiding over the valedictory function of a week-long Management Development Program (MDP) on e-governance for College Principals organized by Directorate of Information Technology and Support Systems (IT&SS), University of Kashmir at Gandhi Bhawan Hall.
Prof Punjabi said that there was need to bring governance under the sphere of Information Technology.
“This will make a big change in governance and ease our burden,” he added. Prof Punjabi praised Director IT&SS, Er Mehraj-ud-Din for success of phase I of e-governance for University and Colleges.
Mehraj-ud-Din while responding to the feedback from the college principals assured them that the Kashmir University would provide all forms of technical support to college websites. “Phase II of e-governance will be completed by next February,” he said.
During the MDP, 27 College Principals participated, attending 19 long duration sessions, besides 2 interactive sessions with delegates of the ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT).
During the program, the principals also participated in 4 interactive sessions with experts from renowned Multi National Companies (MNCs) like Worldwide Symantec Corporation, Wipro InfoTech, Sanguine InfoTech, Global Talent Track (GTT).
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