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eOffice ; government offices in Barnala to become paperless after its implementation: DC

eOffice ; government offices in Barnala to become paperless after its implementation: DC

Jasbir Kapoor/ royalpatiala.in/ Barnala

To provide transparent and hassle free services to the citizens, Captain Amarinder Singh led Punjab Government has decided to implement eOffice project in all the offices of the district. While disclosing the information, Deputy Commissioner Tej Partap Singh Phoolka said that with the implementation of this project, the district would become paperless and digital for the movement of files.

Taking a review meeting with all the department heads and nodal officers, DC directed all departmental heads and officers to ensure implementation of eOffice in their respective departments including all field offices as per the schedule of Punjab Government. He asked them to be aware of the complete process to get online and to ensure transparent governance to the common citizen. He also told everyone to ensure sustainability of hardly earned first place achieved by District Administration Barnala in implementation of eDistrict at DC office level in the state.

eOffice ; government offices in Barnala to become paperless after its implementation: DC

Guiding more about this implementation DC explained the advantages of this system by giving example of DC office where this Software is already implemented. DC asked District Informatics Officer Barnala Neeraj Garg to extend the technical support to all departments in the form of trainings and other technical issues faced by any of them. He directed everyone to ensure 100% implementation of this online system to make Barnala a completely online district without any failures.

DIO Barnala informed that software training’s have already been conducted for the nodal officers and will be ensured in recursive manners once all the departments appoint their master trainers. DC Office Barnala has already been made paperless with the use of this eOffice application and succeeded in creation of more than 17,500 files and more than 55,000 letters in digital form.

DPO Barnala Kulwinder Singh, DEO(S) Sarabjit Singh Toor, Naib Tehsildaar Gurpreet Kaur and other department heads and officers were present during this meeting.

 

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