The award will be given for the project titled “Measuring physical accessibility to healthcare network and population coverage modeling in J&K using geo-informatics”
New Delhi: Jammu and Kashmir government’s e-Governance project “Measuring physical accessibility to healthcare network and population coverage modeling in J&K state using geo-informatics” has been selected for national award by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Government of India.
Team lead of the project and senior Scientist in Department of Environment & Remote Sensing, Humayun Rashid, will be conferred the award during the proceedings of the National Conference on e-Governance 2013 at Jaipur on February 11.
According to reports, nearly 650 projects were evaluated by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances through Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad.
The team that worked on the project comprised Humayun Rashid as the Head-Principal Investigator, Majid Farooq, Gowhar Nasim, Muzamil Ahmad and Syed Asif.
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