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GUWAHATI, April 12 - Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup Metro Dr M Angamuthu today took stock of the ongoing NRC updating process in the district.

He carried out a review of the office verification and FAB-1 process of NRC updating at a high level meeting at the Circuit House here today.

In Kamrup Metro district, a total of 2,66,224 NRC applications have been received, out of which 96 per cent office verification (i.e. document verification) has been completed in the district so far, said an official statement.

Regarding FAB-1 (Final ARN Baseline), the statement said that it is a computer generated process for correction of record and modification of any issue found with any ARN (Application Receipt No) such as erroneous Field Verification Report, Legacy Data Code, ARN Structure, duplicate ARNs, scrapped ARNs, ARNs without photo, etc.

In Kamrup Metro district, there are a total of 78 NRC Sewa Kendras (NSK), out of which in 15 NSKs the performance of FAB-1 is below 70 per cent.

In Azara, Chandrapur and Sonapur revenue circles, FAB-1 progress is 100 per cent.

But in Dispur revenue circle and Guwahati revenue circle the progress in this regard is 80 per cent and 72 per cent respectively.

Dr Angamuthu asked the respective circle officers and other officials to expedite the task and complete the process by April 20.

The DC also asked the Additional Deputy Commissioner and NRC in-charge of the district Kshitish C Pegu to coordinate and provide necessary assistance to the circle officers.

Apart from this, the review meeting also decided to make the office verification process speedier regarding the cases pending with the Inspector of Schools and Joint Director of Health offices.

The DC asked all the related officers to complete the entire process within the stipulated time.

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DC reviews NRC updating process

GUWAHATI, April 12 - Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup Metro Dr M Angamuthu today took stock of the ongoing NRC updating process in the district.

He carried out a review of the office verification and FAB-1 process of NRC updating at a high level meeting at the Circuit House here today.

In Kamrup Metro district, a total of 2,66,224 NRC applications have been received, out of which 96 per cent office verification (i.e. document verification) has been completed in the district so far, said an official statement.

Regarding FAB-1 (Final ARN Baseline), the statement said that it is a computer generated process for correction of record and modification of any issue found with any ARN (Application Receipt No) such as erroneous Field Verification Report, Legacy Data Code, ARN Structure, duplicate ARNs, scrapped ARNs, ARNs without photo, etc.

In Kamrup Metro district, there are a total of 78 NRC Sewa Kendras (NSK), out of which in 15 NSKs the performance of FAB-1 is below 70 per cent.

In Azara, Chandrapur and Sonapur revenue circles, FAB-1 progress is 100 per cent.

But in Dispur revenue circle and Guwahati revenue circle the progress in this regard is 80 per cent and 72 per cent respectively.

Dr Angamuthu asked the respective circle officers and other officials to expedite the task and complete the process by April 20.

The DC also asked the Additional Deputy Commissioner and NRC in-charge of the district Kshitish C Pegu to coordinate and provide necessary assistance to the circle officers.

Apart from this, the review meeting also decided to make the office verification process speedier regarding the cases pending with the Inspector of Schools and Joint Director of Health offices.

The DC asked all the related officers to complete the entire process within the stipulated time.

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