As a part of e-Governance initiative, the
Project Sampark is a Department of IT (DIT) initiative for the development, integration and maintenance of web-portal for various departments of the Administration for providing 'One-stop-shop' for 16 G2C services through 8 e-Sampark Centres. It not only provides the Online Transaction Processing through its centres and web-enabled portal but also is a major source of information dissemination. All eight Sampark centres are connected through an optic fibre and controlled by National Informatics Centre control room to provide variety of e-Services. This movement will also help to update management information system of the CHB. According to IT official, the unit will help in integrating the back-end operations with the required software. Even the department is planning to launch the service by the end of this year. This service will allow residents to go to the nearest Sampark Centres and deposit their installments there.
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