2-day Good Governance Conference at SKICC
STATE TIMES NEWSSRINAGAR: Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Jammu & Kashmir e-Governance Agency (JaKeGA), Amit Sharma, shared an important masterpiece success story of implementation of e-Office in J&K during 2-day Semi-Virtual Regional Conference on Replication of Good Governance Practices held at SKICC Srinagar in which best presentations were made by participants from all over the nation.This Conference organised by Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Government of India in collaboration with J&K IMPARD was witnessed by officers in person as well as across the length and breadth of nation through Video Conferencing mode and it was inaugurated by Dr Jitender Singh, MoS PMO in the presence of Manoj Sinha, LG J&K yesterday.CEO JaKeGA Amit Sharma made an impressive presentation during Innovations Session held yesterday wherein he shared the wholesome historical perspective of Darbar Move wherein lakhs of files used to be physically transported between Winter and Summer Capitals of the Union Territory for years together with a huge looming risk of losing the records of an entire department in case of any unfortunate eventuality of a truck falling into Chenab river enroute Jammu-Srinagar and vice versa, apart from other fall-outs like huge burden of state exchequer of approximately Rs 80 crores involved in whole exercise of Move, ecological threats, air pollution, etc.Amit mentioned during presentation that this bold decision taken by Administrative Council led by LG, J&K during March, 2021 to implement e-Office has brought paradigm shift in removing all these anomalies with it.CEO, JaKeGA elaborated that with the successful implementation of e-Office in all departments of Civil Secretariat, e-Files are smoothly moving between both the Civil Secretariats located in Jammu and Srinagar as Physical Files of all the departments has been scanned and proper hand holding training has been given several times to all the officers/officials working through it and it is still being repeated by expert professional dedicated teams of JaKeGA located at both the Secretariats.Amit mentioned that the Data Centre of Union Territory is hosting and storing all these e-files 24×7, being managed by C-DAC and further, the same data is getting replicated in Data Recovery (DR) Centre located in Secunderabad, being managed by RAILTel, in case of unfortunate eventuality of losing all Data in J&K, being in the Seismic Zone.Amit mentioned that ongoing Corona Pandemic conditions necessitated the implementation of this historical e-Governance reform and e-Office could become a reality in UT. He further mentioned that e-Office has been successfully implemented in both Divisional Commissioner Offices and all twenty Deputy Commissioner Offices of J&K and all these offices like Civil Secretariat have gone towards Paperless working.Amit also divulged during the Presentation that JaKeGA teams are working tirelessly towards successful implementation of e-Office in all non-move Offices and Directorates and recently, requisitions have been invited by all field offices to get it implemented and very soon, e-Offices shall become a norm of the day in each and every office working in the UT of Jammu & Kashmir which shall bring total transparency, swiftness, cost-cutting and quick disposal of files and office work which shall help the citizens in providing efficient and responsive administration under the broader success story of Digital India in entire nation in 75th year of Independence.
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