Progress of e-governance project reviewed
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, Aug 16: Emphasizing for proper coordination in resolving the technical issues impeding in implementation of e-governance in the State, the Minister for Information and Science Technology, Sheep and Animal Husbandry, Aga Syed Ruhullah Mehdi has asked line departments to ensure that project is launched as per scheduled next month.
The Minister was reviewing the progress of implementation of e.goverance project in the state at an officers meeting held here today, an official statement said.
Commissioner Secretary Labour and Employment, F.A.Peer, Secretary Information Technology, Manoj Diwidi, Director Finance, Tehsin, Executive Director, C-DAC, Zia Saquib besides senior officers from several departments were present on the occasion.
Asking officers to take the matter seriously, the Minister said that no progress is possible without proper planning and coordination. He said, in first phase, employment and social welfare departments have been indentified for keeping their services available in Common Information Centres( CIC) for the benefit of the citizen of the state.
The meeting was informed that requisite training to the officers of social welfare department would be imparted soon to pave the way for commencing the project next month. The meeting was told that one day workshop would be organized for sensitizing the officers about the benefits of the project.
Software Requirement Specification (SRS), installation of gap infrastructure, training module, sensitization of operational staff, the components of the project, also came up for the discussion.
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