Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu seeks NIC help, allots land
Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu announced allotting office space to National Informatics Centre (NIC) in the newly constructed R & B buildings premises in Vijayawada. He sought the help of the NIC for serving the people through real-time governance.
Amaravati: Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu announced allotting office space to National Informatics Centre (NIC) in the newly constructed R & B buildings premises in Vijayawada. He sought the help of the NIC for serving the people through real-time governance.
Chief Minister reviewed the newly-introduced IT based services of revenue department at Secretariat in Velagapudi on Friday along with NIC director general Neetha Verma and launched electronic pattadar passbook. He briefed the NIC DG about the revolutionary changes brought in the revenue department, while introducing online services.
He maintained that the government has brought reforms where the files can be cleared through cell phone. “Introduction of zero corruption, zero error, zero delay system in the governance is leading to transparent administration,” he added.
Responding to the Chief Minister’s request Neeta Verma assured of all help from NIC for the development IT-based progress in the state. Chief Commissioner of Land Administration (CCLA) Anil Chandra Punetha has briefed about the newly-introduced unique service of printing pattadar pass book in 15 minutes through Mee Seva or Mee Bhumi portal. He said that through the new system the farmer can get pattadar passbook within 15 minutes by paying Rs 25.
The passbook consists of security measures, including pattadar authentication, land record validation, Mee Seva operator’s authentication, unique r-pattadar passbook number, QR code, tahsildar digital signature, IP address, date and time. For the first time across the country, such type of e-pattadar passbook has been introduced in AP.