Annual Table Calendar and Monthly Newsletter of NIC Ch’garh released

Central Chronicle News
Raipur, Jan 21: National Informatics Center Chhattisgarh’s Annual Table Calendar (Infograph) 2022 and Monthly Newsletter were released by Joint Secretary General Administration and Public Works, Sanjay Agarwal in a brief program organized at Mahanadi Mantralaya Bhawan. At the beginning of the program, State Informatics Officer Dr. Ashok Kumar Hota gave information about the achievements of NIC in the year 2021 through power point presentation. Joint Secretary, Sanjay Aggarwal appreciated the work of NIC and said that the role of NIC has been important in making technology easy, simple and easy to implement and reach the masses. He said that NIC has played an important role in making every scheme of the government technically accessible to the people and getting its benefits.
NIC has developed many softwares for government schemes and programs, which have made easy access to the beneficiaries. There has been increased transparency and promptness in government work. He said that NIC has made government work much easier by preparing software. With this, apart from saving time, transparency, promptness and tightness have also come in government work. On this occasion, Deputy Director General and Chhattisgarh State Coordinator Mr. Sanjay Kapoor from NIC Headquarters New Delhi joined the video conferencing. Appreciating the work of NIC Chhattisgarh, he said that Chhattisgarh is doing better than many states in the technical field. NIC Chhattisgarh has also done many public works for the Amrit festival of independence, which is commendable. On this occasion, District Informatics Officers of all the districts were also connected through video conferencing. The program was conducted by the Technical Director Mr. Satyesh Kumar Sharma and the vote of thanks was given by the Additional State Informatics Officer Mr. TN. Singh.

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