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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