This would enable the citizens to obtain certificates online from various departments from a network of taluk offices, 124 village offices and 165 Akshaya centres
Kochi: Kerala had lagged in making use of the IT wave and failed to capitalise on the advantages of information technology but it would complete the e-Governance projects by the end of next month, Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy said.
He was speaking at a function to declare Ernakulum district as e-District here. With this six districts in the state have now become e-Districts.
He said the Centre had given 30 days time to complete the e-Governance project. This would enable the citizens to obtain certificates online from various departments from a network of taluk offices, 124 village offices and 165 Akshaya centres.
Various certificates including caste, identity, relationship, nativity, succession and liability would be available through Akshaya centres.
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