Focus on paperless-e-governance
Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami claimed that Uttarakhand will soon become a digital state, work is going on at a rapid pace in this direction.
The Chief Minister inaugurated new services in IFMS Mobile Application, e-Pension Portal, Single Sign On (SSO), State Portal (Renewal), State GO Portal, DBT Portal, UK Visitor Pass App, Pasara Portal (PSARA), Mukhyamantri Jan Samarpan (Tehsil Day) Portal, Chief Minister Reference Portal, PM Gatishakti Uttarakhand Portal and Apuni Sarkar Portal.
The Chief Minister said that for the purpose of providing convenience to the people, various services are being simplified and made online. The government is working a lot in the direction of making Uttarakhand a digital state.
Pushkar said the state government is moving towards good governance and paperless governance with the help of e-governance. The work of connecting the youth with technical education and online training is also going on. Development is being carried forward by connecting the person standing at the last end of the society with digitization. Work on network connectivity is also going on at a rapid pace in the border areas.
The Chief Minister said that the government is working towards curbing corruption by promoting e-governance. Historic work has been done under Digital India under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Secretary Shailesh Bagauli said that on the instructions of the Chief Minister, digitization is being carried forward with a rapid pace.
He said that more and more government services are being made online for the convenience of common people. Under the 4G Saturation Scheme, the work of installing more than 500 mobile towers in Uttarakhand is in progress. 950 government services have been taken under the Right to Service. More than 600 services are available online.
MLA Durgeshwar Lal, Additional Chief Secretary Anand Vardhan, Secretary (Finance) Dr V Shanmugam, Special Secretary (Home) Ridhim Agarwal, Director General (U Cast) Prof. Durgesh Pant, Director (ITDA) Nitika Khandelwal was also present on the occasion.