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Arunachal holds e-Office training programme

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ITANAGAR, Nov 18 - In an attempt to make the State digitally savvy, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today inaugurated the e-Office training programme for all Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries at the CM�s conference hall at Civil Secretariat here.

The Department of IT & Communications is committed to make the entire Civil Secretariat paperless by the end of this year as per the Cabinet decision taken on August 20 last.

The e-Office Mission Mode Project has been taken up by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DAR&PG), Government of India in order to improve efficiency in government processes and service delivery mechanisms with National Informatics Centre (NIC) being the technology partner of DAR&PG for implementing e-Office MMP.

E-Office is not merely an initiative for office automation but also a highly citizen oriented reform. As a result of e-Office, the offices would have less paper work. The citizens will get much better services from the Government departments, said a press note here.

Khandu had inaugurated e-Office by signing an e-file for Dept of IT & Communications on August 16 last. Further, a decision was taken in Cabinet meeting on August 20 to implement e-Office across all the departments in the Secretariat by the end of 2016 as a part of e-Governance initiatives to usher in paperless and transparent governance practices in the State.

Accordingly, Department of IT & Communications in collaboration with NIC organised the training for all Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries today followed by tentative training for departmental users of all departments from Nov 22 to January 2017.

Arunachal is amongst the first States in the country to incorporate e-sign as part of e-Office. The first digitally signed orders regarding implementation of e-office were issued by all the Ministers present during the training.

Meanwhile, the Chief Minister flagged off a mobile van under the �Digital India Outreach Campaign� programme at the Civil Secretariat here today. The campaign is aimed at spreading awareness about flagship programme and policies of the Centre on Digital India programme in rural areas.

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Arunachal holds e-Office training programme

ITANAGAR, Nov 18 - In an attempt to make the State digitally savvy, Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu today inaugurated the e-Office training programme for all Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries at the CM�s conference hall at Civil Secretariat here.

The Department of IT & Communications is committed to make the entire Civil Secretariat paperless by the end of this year as per the Cabinet decision taken on August 20 last.

The e-Office Mission Mode Project has been taken up by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DAR&PG), Government of India in order to improve efficiency in government processes and service delivery mechanisms with National Informatics Centre (NIC) being the technology partner of DAR&PG for implementing e-Office MMP.

E-Office is not merely an initiative for office automation but also a highly citizen oriented reform. As a result of e-Office, the offices would have less paper work. The citizens will get much better services from the Government departments, said a press note here.

Khandu had inaugurated e-Office by signing an e-file for Dept of IT & Communications on August 16 last. Further, a decision was taken in Cabinet meeting on August 20 to implement e-Office across all the departments in the Secretariat by the end of 2016 as a part of e-Governance initiatives to usher in paperless and transparent governance practices in the State.

Accordingly, Department of IT & Communications in collaboration with NIC organised the training for all Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries today followed by tentative training for departmental users of all departments from Nov 22 to January 2017.

Arunachal is amongst the first States in the country to incorporate e-sign as part of e-Office. The first digitally signed orders regarding implementation of e-office were issued by all the Ministers present during the training.

Meanwhile, the Chief Minister flagged off a mobile van under the �Digital India Outreach Campaign� programme at the Civil Secretariat here today. The campaign is aimed at spreading awareness about flagship programme and policies of the Centre on Digital India programme in rural areas.