Raipur, On the occasion of the program, Director General of NIC Dr. Neeta Verma gave information regarding the digital service being provided by NIC at the state level and district level. The Governor, Ms. Uikey, directed the Director General of NIC, Dr. Neeta Verma and N.I.C. Congratulations and best wishes to all the employees of Chhattisgarh on the release of the annual booklet. He said that NIC has an important role in building the digital ecosystem in Chhattisgarh. Ms. Uike said that N.I.C. The digital service provided by us has been very helpful in the era of Kovid-19. Thanks to digital service, all the works could be done online. School and college education continued.
He said that N.I.C. Techniques developed by the Government should be implemented to bring transparency in government work and for timely completion of civil services. On this occasion, he said that N.I.C. Blockchain systems developed by With this, the academic certificates of the students will be protected in the blockchain. Having public access, its credibility can also be checked. With this, the students will also be freed from the process of carrying, carrying certificates. He called all the universities as NIC. He also talked about bringing in a single platform on the lines of SWAS platform developed by.
Ms. Uike visited N.I.C. Also urged the Director General of the Raj Bhavan Secretariat to be completely paperless by converting it into an e-office. He said that this would reduce the cost and also save time. Apart from this, he also told the need of fast internet speed and the e-office in remote areas of the state to be in local language. So that the students of remote areas can get benefit. In addition, Ms. Uikey congratulated NIC for the awards received in providing digital platforms to various government departments of the country. Congratulations and best wishes.
On this occasion, Deputy Director General of NIC Sanjay Kapoor, Deputy Director General and State Informatics Officer Chhattisgarh Dr. Ashok Kumar Hota, Legal Advisor RK. Agarwal, Deputy Secretary Deepak Kumar Agrawal were present on the occasion. Also all the District Informatics Officers of NIC Chhattisgarh were present virtually.