Manipur chief minister lauds govt employees

Manipur chief minister lauds govt employees
N Biren Singh
Correspondent IMPHAL, Feb 1 | Publish Date: 2/13/2021 12:17:36 PM IST

Manipur achieved speedy progress in the last four years because of dedicated working of the employees, said chief minister N Biren Singh, in a speech on Saturday. 

“I appreciate the administrative secretaries, head of departments and government employees for dedicatedly working hard to achieve progress in the past four years,” Singh said, in a function held at the conference hall of Secretariat South Block in Imphal today.

On the occasion, the chief minister distributed 186 desktop computer sets to different departments for the implementation of e-Office file management system of the general administration department (GAD) of the state government.

Union home minister Amit Shah had launched the state-wide rollout of the system during his visit to the state on December 27, 2020 after the chief minister launched it for Manipur Secretariat on September 8, 2020.

So far, it has been implemented in 62 departments and in all the 16 districts. 

The total number of users created so far was 970 and e-file created was 13872. 

On the other hand, 40,850 e-Daks have been created and 6848 legacy files digitized becoming the leading state in the entire northeast region of the country in terms of e-Office implementation.

The system will be gradually introduced in all the 68 government departments and 53 societies/corporations/government undertakings/agencies and the total number of users will be around 30,000. 

It began with a modest beginning of only 4795 e-file movement in September 2020. 

However, the movement reached 54,092 in January this year. 

Finance, home, department of personnel, health and family welfare, general administrative department (GAD), works, revenue, education (s), social welfare and tribal affairs and hills were the top 10 departments in terms of e-Office implementation.

Stating that Manipur has a very short working season due to rain, the chief minister asserted that the coming five to six months was very crucial to complete all the ongoing construction works while asking the officials to put in extra efforts to achieve it.

State chief secretary Dr Rajesh Kumar, administrative secretaries and other high ranking officials were among others who attended the function.


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