Sunday, May 6, 2018

Haryana to go paperless under E-Office Project by Aug 15

 Haryana would go paperless under the E-Office Project by August 15, 2018. The Chief Minister, Mr Manohar Lal, has given directions to the officers concerned to make necessary arrangements to make it a reality.
            This was disclosed by the Chief Minister while presiding over a meeting with Good Governance associates, here today.  He said all district libraries in the state would be provided with such modern facilities as Wi-Fi and Internet connection.  These facilities have already been provided in three libraries which has led to increase in the number of students visting them.
            E- Panchayat model has been fully implemented for the development of Gram Panchayats. The Chief Minister instructed the officers to encourage such panchayats as are doing good work honestly. It would not only create harmonious atmosphere but also motivate other panchayats to do good work. The data of panchayats was being fed online from April 1, 2018.
               In view of the problems faced by Sarpanches, the Chief Minister instructed the officers to explore the possibility of conducting financial transactions through banks so that records of all financial transactions are available online, and they do not face any problems.
           While reviewing the social audit scheme, Mr Manohar Lal  instructed the officers to implement it as a pilot project in the districts of Faridabad and Kaithal. It would help in evaluating the feasibility of the scheme. School children should also be made part of the social audit scheme
            The Chief Minister stated that agro malls should be promoted on experimental basis and farmers should be motivated to sell their products in these malls. It would result in direct dealing with consumers and also increase their income.
            So far, 1,021 people have benefitted from various schemes through  Antyodaya service centers. People are being made aware of the facilities offered by Antyoday Seva Kendras so that more and more people can avail themselves of the benefits of government schemes. The Chief Minister instructed the officers to link  Jan Sewa Kendras with these centers to make all schemes available under one roof.
            It was informed that in keeping with the announcement made by the Chief Minister, sanitary pads would be distributed to all girl students of the schools by August 15, 2018.
            While reviewing HARPATH, the Chief Minister said complaints should be properly disposed of so that same complainant was not allowed to lodge complaint again.  In addition, invalid complaints should also be detected.
            While reviewing SAKSHAM Haryana project, he instructed the officials to observe SAKSHAM Utsav week from July 9 to 20.

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