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Akhilesh Yadav government in UP is set to implement an aggressive e-Governance agenda

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The UP government has decided that application for 26 core services like pension, ration card, land measurement and registration etc will also be possible through internet enabled computers.

The online application for these services would begin from 1 July and the Chief Secretary Javed Usmani held a meeting on Thursday to ensure the roll out of the aggressive e-Governance plan. As part of the agenda, the state portal, e-forms, and state services delivery gateway (SSDG) activation will be reviewed.

The online application services will cover eight government departments-Food and Civil supplies, training and labour, urban development, handicapped welfare, panchayati raj, revenue and women and child development.

Among services for which application would be made online include-issuing ration cards, registration in employment exchanges, birth/death certificates, loan for disabled, pension, scholarship, caste certificate, land khatauni etc.

Secretary, IT and Electronics, Jivesh Nandan a deadline of July 1 has been set to roll out these services online. He said that once introduced, the system would ensure speedier and transparent working of these departments.



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