According to report, the state is putting in place a system to facilitate key services to citizens directly through the computer, mobile phone or tablet.
By December 2014, 26 citizen-centric services of eight departments had conducted over 37 million e-transactions through the e-District/State Portal, 14,500 Common Service Centres (CSCs) and 300 Lokvani centres (LCs).
The Uttar Pradesh government is likely to add 90 more services through the network of CSCs and LCs, said a CyberMedia Research press release.
The e-District project, which had been implemented as a pilot project in six districts in 2008, is now being rolled out in the remaining 69 districts. e-Governance cells/computer labs are being established in each district headquarters.
District e-governance societies (DeGS) have also been formed in each district. The project has been implemented in 21 more districts by January 2015.
Moreover, the state administration has decided to accept self declaration forms instead of sworn affidavits, along with an application for availing such services.