Capacity building programme on e-Governance commences

Dr Qasba hails Suresh Kumar, Nisha Singh

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Srinagar, Nov 5: In a bid to strengthen the “capacity building measures on Urban Development and e-Governance”, a 2-day workshop Monday started at SKICC. The workshop has been organized by the Ministry of Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation.
 “Neesha Singh the Joint Secretary to GoI, Ministry of Urban and Development and Poverty Alleviation was the guest of honour and I P Gautam, the Principal Secretary to Urban Development and Housing, Government of Gujrat was also present to share his experiences on implementation of e-Governance in Gujrat,” an official handout said.
 The workshop was organized by the ministry of UD&PA in collaboration with the Regional Capacity Building Hub (RCBH), CEPT University Ahmadabad and SMC under JnNURM,  was also attended by the officers of SMC, SDA, Directorate of ULB including other engineering departments.
 Joint Commissioner (Adm), SMC, Fayaz Ahmad Baala welcomed the participants and guests.
 In his inaugural address the Commissioner, SMC Dr G N Qasba expressed his gratitude to the dignitaries and made it clear that the “civic body spread over 240 sq kms with 12 lakh population is contemplating to provide civic facilities at the doorsteps of its citizens.”
 He hailed the role of Principal Secretary H &UDD Suresh Kumar “who is keen and interested to upgrade the E-Governance for the benefit and facilities of City dwellers.”
 He expressed thanks to all participants in general and Nisha Singh and IP Gautam in particular. On the occasion, Nisha Singh assured that there shall be no constraint of funds for capacity building measures and e-Governance.
 “It has been decided that henceforth capacity building measures will be the domain of state government and funds shall be released with certain financial parameters by the government of India,” the handout said.

Lastupdate on : Mon, 5 Nov 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
Lastupdate on : Mon, 5 Nov 2012 18:30:00 GMT
Lastupdate on : Tue, 6 Nov 2012 00:00:00 IST




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