Bihar's Rural Development Department has decided to provide online service to the people seeking income, caste, death and birth and others certificates.
“We are contemplating to provide on line service to the people, who have to run to the block office for such certificates,” Rural Development Minister Nitish Mishra said. Mishra after review of the development schemes undertaken by the department said that the people would not have to go to the block office every time for certificates.
The scheme christened as 'kahin bhi kabhi bhi sevayen' would be launched soon. “The department is moving methodically before launching the scheme aimed at mitigating the problems of the common masses,” the Minister said. The Minister said that he recently met IT Minister Shahid Ali Khan to discuss the IT support required to his Department for the purpose.
The meeting assumes significance as the functioning of the 2 MBPS lines, through which the block offices are connected, are not up to the mark.
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