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State officers trained on e-governance

By EMN Updated: May 02, 2014 12:22 am

Dimapur, May 1

In pursuant to the directives of the Government of India to ascertain the importance of disseminating its services through a more efficient, transparent, reliable, affordable and accessible system, workshops on e-governance targeting mainly on middle level officers were organized in Mokokchung and Wokha on April and May 1 respectively.
A two day workshop on e-Governance for middle level officers under Wokha district was held on May 1 in the DC’s conference hall. The workshop was organised by National Institute of Electronic & Information Technology (NIELIT), Kohima, in collaboration with Department of IT & C, Government of Nagaland, and funded by Department of Electronic & IT, Government of India.Deputy Commissioner, Wokha, Vyasan R, while addressing the gathering, said e-Governance is a facilitating mechanism to ensure that government structures are more efficiently done and to reduce interface between government officials and citizens.
Delivering the keynote address, Director in-charge of NIELIT, Er. L Lanuwabang, has highlighted on the outreach programme and the NIELIT specific state oriented programmes which included training of youth in the State in certificate course of IT and e-Governance application besides training for middle level officers, NGOs and sensitising all senior state level officers on the aspects of e-Governance for efficient delivery of services.
In the first session, Professor, JC Kapur, gave power point presentation on introduction to e-Governance and national e-Governance plan, while in the second session Er. Chura Katiry, resource person from IT&C, presented ‘Case study of successful e-Governance project of Government of Nagaland’.
In the third session Prof. JC Kapur dwelled on the topic ‘E-governance project lifecycle and project reference for e-Governance implementations in India.
In a related programme, a two day workshop on e-Governance for the middle level officers of Mokokchung district was successfully held on April 29 and 30.
The programme, in tune with the flagship e- Governance project of NIELIT, Kohima, and its capacity building programme, is to encompass officers at all levels within the realms of e-Governance and help streamline the underlying reforms not only for the affluent sections of the society but also for the common man.
The current undertaking would span a series of workshops in all the 11 districts of the State as an extension of a related sensitization workshop that has already been conducted for the senior level officers in Kohima on February 5, 2014.
During the introductory session on April 29, Deputy Commissioner, Mokokchung, Muroho Chotso, has stressed upon the participating officers to garner the benefits of in-depth information on e-governance. The keynote address and “an overview of expected outcomes” was delivered by Er. L Lanuwabang, Director in-charge of NIELIT, Kohima, with Prof JC Kapur as the main resource person.
Prof JC Kapur spoke on the topics “Introduction to e-Governance and national e-Governance plan,” “e-Governance Project Lifecycle” and “Project references for e-Governance implementation in India.”
Er. Chura Katiry, Programme Officer of NIELIT, Kohima, Er. Chura Katiry spoke on the topic “Case study of successful e-Gov projects of Government of Nagaland.”

By EMN Updated: May 02, 2014 12:22:56 am