Innovative Best Practices in e-Governance

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Ansari inaugurates sensitization workshop 

SRINAGAR: One-day sensitization workshop on Innovative Best Practices in e-Governance of Mission Mode Projects (MMPs) was conducted under the aegis of “Capacity Building” Programmes of Mission Mode Projects of State Governments and Government of India.

The workshop was organized by the Centre for Innovations in Public Systems (CIPS), Hyderabad in association with J&K Institute of Management, Public Administration and Rural Development (IMPARD), Govt. of Jammu & Kashmir.

The programme was inaugurated by Minister for IT, Technical Education, Youth Services & Sports, Moulvi Imran Raza Ansari.

In his inaugural address, the Minister emphasized the need for use of information technology to provide effective, efficient and citizen-friendly services through e-Governance system to the people of Jammu & Kashmir.

During discussion with the Director of CIPS, Mr D Chakrapani, the Minister shared his views and asked to find solutions for  digitalization of Government files as it is major requirement for the State in the wake of seasonal shifting of Secretariat from Jammu to Kashmir and vice versa. Ansari also expressed his interest to work on a proposal of the same followed by implementation in the State on a project basis. The Director, CIPS has agreed to help in this regard and will work on a project basis.

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