Indian Government plans to computerise employment exchange

Soon the Employment exchange of India is becoming computerised.


The Central Government is agreed to bear 75% burden of the project under the National e-Governance Programme (NeGP). Computerisation programme under NeGP will also include delivering services like application registration to a citizen through a single-window. The National Informatic Centres (NICs) of the respective states will prepare the software for the state employment exchanges. The project will form part of the list of 15 state mission mode projects (MMPs) mandated under NeGP. Initially, NeGP will implement the project in 15 MMPs. The Government is specially targeted for two states for e-Processing of employment exchange. The states like Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka and Kerala have already implemented computerisation of database, the only need to take it in shape.