The Andhra Pradesh Government will be extending its e-Governance initiative, ‘Mee Seva’ to all the districts. This was disclosed by the Chief Minister, N. Kiran Kumar Reddy, in his inaugural address at the annual IT summit, Advantage AP 2012, which began here on Thursday.
Launched in November 2011 with the help of latest technology tools such as digital signatures, ‘Mee Seva’ is now offering about 30 services such as offering birth and death certificates to people in 13 districts.
At present, 28,000 requests being processed every day, which is believed to be multiplied up to over one lakh transactions a day covering at least 100 services soon. The State has many advantages for the ICT industry including talent. It alone generates close to 30 per cent of the country’s total engineering talent output.
The outer-ring road project is expected to be completed by next year. For better security and law and o The State should be considered by the Union Government as one of the states for the proposed pilot project on electronic system design and manufacturing clusters, he said, adding all the logistics would be kept in place for the project.rder, 3,000 cameras are being installed in important locations.
For the year 2011-12, the export and domestic turnover of the ICT industry in the State was estimated to be around Rs 53,000 crore with a direct employment of 3.5 lakh, Reddy said.
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