SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 29: Chief Secretary, B R Sharma Wednesday chaired the 10th meeting of the Board of Governors of Jammu and Kashmir e-Governance Agency (JaKeGa) to review the progress of implementation of various e-governance initiatives in the State.
He said under ESDM 15000 students shall be trained in Telecom, Electronics and IT sectors besides 1400 students are being trained under the scheme-IT for masses. Similarly, he said under the Specialized Training in e-Governance Program (STEP) as many as 150 middle level KAS officers have been nominated to undergo project management training programme through IMPA under capacity building scheme of DEITY, Government of India.
The BoG approved the proposal for rolling out e-District initiative. Under the e-District initiative, IT department has chosen 25 services across eight departments for service delivery to the citizens at their door steps. The implementation of the project will provide support to the district administration to enable content development of G2C (Government to Citizens) Services with Khidmat Centers as the primary front ends for service delivery to the citizens.