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CS launches various IT initiatives for integration of services with Digi Locker, Umang App
5/20/2023 11:05:15 PM
Early Times Report
SRINAGAR, May 20: Dr. Arun Kumar Mehta, Chief Secretary, launched the integration of various services provided by Government Departments with the online platforms, Digi Locker and Umang.
The launch event was attended by Commissioner Secretary, GAD; Commissioner Secretary, IT; Secretary Health, and other concerned officers and officials.
Dr. Mehta highlighted the significant progress made in the past two years towards digital transformation in the UT and emphasized the "Digital Jammu & Kashmir" program, aimed at empowering citizens with quality service delivery from the comfort of their homes.
He reiterated the government's commitment to "Zero Tolerance to Corruption" and the provision of all G2C (Government to Citizen) services at the doorstep, eliminating the need to visit government offices. Dr. Mehta stressed the importance of facilitating easy access to services in one place.
The Chief Secretary described these initiatives as a true empowerment of the general public, providing them with uninterrupted access to services round the clock, from anywhere in the world. He urged the departments to continue the momentum and integrate all services with these platforms for the convenience of the general public. He also emphasized the integration of services with RAS (Right to Appeal System) and Auto-appeal for ensuring quality and timely service delivery.
Dr. Mehta explained that UMANG acts as a master application, integrating major government services from various sectors on the mobile platform, effectively turning devices into portable offices. The application offers users access to e-Government services and serves as a one-stop solution for availing verified government services. 31 services of J&K have been on-boarded, and 11 central services (AICTE, BBPS, Mera Ration & Vahan) are also available to citizens of J&K.
Six services, including New Connection, Change of Name, Change of Ownership, Change of Category, and Track Status, provided by the Power Development Department, have been integrated with the UMANG app.
Twelve services from different departments have been integrated with the DigiLocker platform. These include Age Certificate, Fitness Certificate from the Health Department, Record of Rights and PSP Certificate from the Revenue Department, and Registration Certificate of Shops & Commercial Establishments, Municipal Limit Certificate, Trade Fair Permission, Mobile Tower Permission, Street Vendor License, Dairy License, Road Cutting Permission, and Pet Dog Registration Certificate from the Housing & Urban Development Department.
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