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Update govt websites with with latest info by Nov 22: L-G

Update govt websites with with latest info by Nov 22: L-G

Tribune News Service

Jammu, November 19

Lieutenant-Governor (L-G) Girish Chandra Murmu today directed the General Administration Department (GAD) to advise all departments to update all government websites with latest information and content by November 22.

He further asked the department to come up with delivery of Citizens’ Services via mobile application also to strengthen the public service delivery mechanism. Murmu passed these directions during a series of meetings he chaired to review the functioning of IT and Science and Technology Departments here at the Civil Secretariat.

Bipul Pathak, Principal Secretary to Lt-Governor, Administrative Secretary, Information Technology and Science and Technology Departments gave a detailed presentation on the overall functioning and structure of the IT and Science and Technology Departments and several initiatives being undertaken by the said departments.

The Lt-Governor stressed upon the officers to prioritise e-Court programme besides updating CPIS and make it fully functional by December. He further called for 100 per cent biometric attendance system to track attendance of the employees at the Secretariat.

He entrusted upon the officers to prepare a UT-led model for the implementation of BharatNet to connect gram panchayats across J&K through high-speed fiber optical network for taking up with Government of India.

While reviewing the functioning of Science and Technology Department and the working of Jammu and Kashmir Energy Development Agency (JAKEDA), the Lt-Governor directed JAKEDA to conduct a survey to assess the on-ground situation of the implementation of solar energy schemes and find gaps.

He asked them to evaluate whether the solar lamps and solar lanterns distributed were being put into use by the beneficiaries or not and explore the future initiatives needed for the successful implementation of the solar energy schemes.

While speaking on science centres sanctioned by the Government of India, the L-G asked the concerned to resolve all bottlenecks with regard to these centres by December 15 and speedily implement the projects.


Orders 100% biometric attendance

  • The Lt-Governor stressed upon the officers to prioritise e-court programme besides updating CPIS and make it fully functional by December. 
  • He further called for 100 per cent biometric attendance system to track the attendance of employees at the Secretariat.
  • He entrusted upon the officers to prepare a UT-led model for the implementation of BharatNet to connect gram panchayats across J&K through high-speed fiber optical network for taking up with Government of India.
Principal Secy details initiatives

Bipul Pathak, Principal Secretary to Lt-Governor, Administrative Secretary, Information Technology and Science and Technology Departments gave a detailed presentation on the overall functioning and structure of the IT and Science and Technology Departments and several initiatives being undertaken by the said departments.

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