Treasuries in JK to click on new software soon
GK NEWS NETWORK
Jammu, Jan 3: The government today said it was endeavouring to provide adequate and improved infrastructure for the state treasuries.
“Apart from this, efforts are underway to put in place information technology in the functioning of state treasures,” it said, adding that computerization of 11 district level treasuries has been taken in hand and a detailed project report framed for computerization of all other state treasuries under National-e-Governance plan at Rs. 27 crore.
It said a new treasury software namely Integrated Finance Management system (IFMS) is in final stage of development through State unit of NIC.
Petinently, construction of treasury buildings at Gool, Mahore, Gulabgarh Paddar in Jammu division and Shopian and Tangmarg in Kashmir division has been taken-up, an official statement said.
It said despite heavy financial constraints in J&K, thousands of new vacancies are being created in public sector to provide job avenues to the educated youth.
It said Oversees Employment Corporation has started its search to identify jobs for youth of the state in the oversees job market and hoped that coming years would be prosperous moments for our youth.
It said Entrepreneurship Development Institute (EDI) is in its full gear to prepare skilled manpower in tune with the world job market and advised the youth to take full benefit of this institute for shaping their destiny.
Meanwhile, a newly constructed treasury complex at Mandi in border district Poonch was today inaugurated.
Present on the occasion were Vice-Chairman, Pahari Speaking Welfare Board, Muhstaq Ahmad Bukhari, Vice-Chairman, Gujjar & Bakerwal Welfare Board, B. A. Naaz, MLA, Poonch, Aijaz Jan, Director General, Accountant and Treasures, G.M. Bhat and District Development Commissioner, Poonch, Kuldip Raj Khajuria.
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