The J & K administration has been working very hard on the ground to encourage people to use the net services available for the schemes in Jammu and Kashmir.
Recently the Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir has said that it is the joint responsibility of the public and officers to utilize these services and encourage people to go for corruption free services.
He said that Aapki Zameen Aapki Nigrani Land Record Information System is the most visited digital service of the UT government. He also called upon the public to link mobile numbers with their land records for getting prompt updates regarding their land.
He directed the Revenue Department to ensure effective digital on-boarding of all their services. Ensuring that the people’s rights are protected through digital services, he remarked and urged all to encourage others to acquaint themselves with more than two hundred online services being provided by the government.
He instructed the School Education Department officers to ensure a bio-metric attendance system in all schools of the UT besides giving provision of submitting online feedback, to the students, about the quality of education being provided to them.
While the Jal Shakti Department was asked to ensure maintaining a robust billing, feedback and grievance redressal system, the Health & Medical Education Department was directed for routinely publishing hospital rankings achieved through the Mera Aspataal (My Hospital). It is an online service through which public can give feedback about government hospitals.