LAKHIMPUR: The 4th anniversary of Digital India was celebrated by Lakhimpur district administration on Monday. On this occasion, a programme was organized at the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner’s office in the presence of Deputy Commissioner Dr. Jeevan B. Project Director of Lakhimpur District Rural Development Agency (DRDA), Narendra Kumar Tawo, District Information and Public Relation Officer (DIPRO) Mandira Chayengia and the officers of other departments along with the employees of the NIC and DC office.
In the programme, which was managed by NIC officer Mithun Mukharjee, Lakhimpur DC Dr. Jeevan B. inaugurated a website – DM Dashboard (Assam Darpan). Through the website, the DCs can take stock of the report of various departmental works, informed the DIPRO.
Kokrajhar: Along with other parts of the country, the Chirang district administration on Monday celebrated the 4th Digital India anniversary here in the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner’s office. On the occasion, a meeting was held under the chairmanship of Gautam Talukdar, Deputy Commissioner of Chirang, to discuss the implementation status of Digital India project in the district. As such, the District Informatic Officer, National Informatics Centre (NIC), Ranjit Das and Parag Bhuyan, Project Manager, e-District, Chirang, through power-point presentation informed the house about their various activities and other online applications being provided by them under the project. They also informed about the available services under e-District Governance Society like e-Prastuti, e-Rupantor, Bakijai, PDS, e-Hospital, ILRMS and other identified public-centric services for online application of Next of Kin Certificate, Permission of delayed Birth Registration, Delayed Death Registration, PRC, Income Certificate, Bakijai Certificate and certified copy of Electoral Roll.
In his speech, Deputy Commissioner Gautam Talukdar said that as to enhance perception and image of the government, everyone should smoothly implement every objective of the Digital India programme. In this connection, stressing on public awareness he asked the officials of NIC and e-District Society to take its campaign to schools and colleges as well as in every district official meeting.
During the programme, Gautam Talukdar also launched an App named ‘Assam Darpan’- a tool of the district administration for review of projects across nation and to transform complex government data into visual.
Among others, the programme was also attended by Additional Deputy Commissioners Karmadev Brahma and Bipul Saikia, Election Officer Jagadish Brahma, Assistant Commissioners Rinkhang Mashahary, Sangita Devi and Pratha Pratim Barua, district heads of the departments, officials and staff of DC’s office.
Haflong: The fourth anniversary of the Digital India campaign was observed by the district administration of Dima Hasao at the conference hall of the Deputy Commissioner with Deepak Jidung, Addition Deputy Commissioner, as the chairman of the meeting.
The meeting was conducted jointly by the district administration in collaboration with National Informatics Centre (NIC). In his speech, ADC Jidung said, “Digitization has helped to leverage the power of technology into the normal life of human beings by offering swifter and thus better service”. Appreciating the staff engaged in e-governance, he said that various services such as issuance of certificates had become swifter.
Certificates of appreciation were awarded to 15 employees of the district administration to encourage and appreciate their effort and service towards public. Others who spoke on the occasion were Assistant Commissioner and Election Officer Hemango Nobis, Assistant Commissioners Ibon Teron and Punam Gogoi, DIPRO Purabi Phonglo and Sanjib Bhattarcharya from NIC. All the staff and officers of the district administration were also present.