GANDERBAL : On the second consecutive day of celebration of Digital Mela, a large number of people visited the stalls established by various departments in the lawns of Mini Secretariat Ganderbal and applied for online services.
During the mela, various persons were imparted training regarding use of online services, revenue extracts were issued on spot through online mode besides several departments issued sanction letters to the beneficiaries under various schemes.
The resource persons highlighted the e-governance initiatives launched by the government to promote transparency, accountability and responsive working culture in departments.
Meanwhile, Ayushman bhava Nationwide Campaign was kick started by the Additional District Development Commissioner (ADDC) Ganderbal, Mushtaq Ahmad Simnani in presence of Additional Deputy Commissioner Ganderbal, Mehraj-u-din Shah; ACR, Chief Planning Officer and CMO Ganderbal during the Digital Mela.
The ADDC said that the campaign covers a wide range of healthcare services, from maternal and child health to non-communicable disease screening and community engagement. The district administration is committed to ensuring that every individual in Ganderbal has access to quality healthcare services, regardless of their economic background, he added.
Regarding the Digital Week celebration, the ADC said that the event aims at making the public aware of the digital initiatives launched by the government to provide them the best possible relief and enumerated numerous measures taken by the Government to make the services easily accessible to the general public.
Meanwhile, the CEO organized awareness programs regarding different e-services being provided by the Government of J&K in different educational institutions as part of Digital week activities. Different activities in the form of awareness lectures, school level quiz competitions and painting competitions were held in various schools of the district.