100 more services to come under Mee Seva
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said hundred more services would be included in Mee Seva by the end of this month in addition to the available 329 services. He asked the officials to adopt technology to render better services to people.
Vijayawada: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu said hundred more services would be included in Mee Seva by the end of this month in addition to the available 329 services. He asked the officials to adopt technology to render better services to people.
- The services will be included by end of this month
- Chief Minister directs officials to use the services of engineering students to train people on the use of technology in welfare programmes
Addressing a review meeting with the officials of IT department at his office here on Thursday, Naidu discussed with the officials on the administrative changes to be introduced in IT sector. He said that the State should be forefront in implementing technology to provide online services to people.
He said all the government services should be brought under Mee Seva.Inspecting the Mee Seva app developed by the officials, the Chief Minister made suggestions to improve the functioning of the app. He asked the officials to campaign on the services available through the app apart from sending information to pensioners through SMS.
Naidu said that cashless public distribution system should be implemented across the State and instructed the officials to make necessary arrangements and rectify technical problems in e-POS.
The Chief Minister said that biometric system should be used in supplying fertilisers to farmers to prevent malpractices. He said biometric system should be introduced in all government schools, colleges and hostels from this academic year.
To which, the officials said the government has to spend Rs 50 crore to set up biometric machines in 15,000 schools and Naidu said that the responsibility of maintenance of the machines should be handed over to the supplying companies.
He asked the officials to deposit NREGS wages in bank accounts of beneficiaries and directed them to assess the crop loss based on satellite survey. The CM directed the officials to take the help of engineering students to reach the benefits of the technology to common man.
He said that Aadhaar should be made mandatory for all the beneficiary schemes. IT secretary PS Pradyumna, Govt IT advisor Satyanarayana and other officials were present.