Visakhapatnam: Andhra Pradesh Government’s Real Time Governance (RTG) received good applause from delegates of partnership summit in Visakhapatnam on the second day on Sunday.
When Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu explained about the successful implementation of Real Time Governance in the state, there was good response from the delegates. The Chief Minister delivered key note address during the plenary session of `Technologies fortomorrow’.
Naidu explained about the successful functioning of RTG to bring transparency in administration and to make people happy. The state government achieved 80 percent satisfaction level among the people over the performance of government in using RTG.
The Sadhikara Survey conducted in the state helped to get both family data and individual data for implementation of welfare schemes. As per the survey 4.34 crore people were present in the state - 2.23 crore men and 2.11 crore women.
A unique number would be introduced to prevent tampering of land records and virtual class rooms were introduced in 4,000 schools to further improve education standards, Naidu said. As per the land hub records 2.84 crore acres of agricultural land is available in the state, he added.
Speaking about the utilisation of advanced technology in the day-to-day operations, the Chief Minister has said that the state government has been using drones for effective implementation of various programmes. An innovative valley would be developed in the state and students can utilise the opportunity to implement their innovative ideas.
Chief Executive Officer RTG Babu A delivered the opening remarks. AtombergTechnologies co- founder Sibabrata Das, Auto Grid founder Amit Narayan, Carbon Clean Solutions, UK Prateek,Sedicii innovations, Ireland CEO Rob Leslie, Sohum Innovation Lab founder Nitin Sisodia and others were present.