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Minister launches IT Training Centre
Khammam: Minister for Horticulture Ramreddy Venkat Reddy launched an Information and Technology Training Centre at the Collectorate here on...
Khammam: Minister for Horticulture Ramreddy Venkat Reddy launched an Information and Technology Training Centre at the Collectorate here on Wednesday.A In the training centre, Village Revenue Officers (VROs) and Village Revenue Authorities (VRAs) will be given training in collecting the details of land survey numbers and identification of crop cultivation areas through the satellite maps.
As part of a pilot project launched by the Union Ministry of Science and Technology, the IT Training Centre was opened in Khammam district.A Minister Venkat Reddy said that Khammam was the first district in Andhra Pradesh to set up the IT Training Centre for the digitalization of the land records. Moreover, the revenue officials are also given the training in e- jamabandhi (the settlement of accounts relating revenue receipts) through a special software provided by the Union Government.
Speaking on the occasion, District Collector Siddarth Jain said that as the district was selected for the pilot project, all the revenue records were being computerized at Tahasildar offices and revenue offices and the whole revenue records of the district would be available at Mee Seva Centers in the near future.
He said that the district administration was setting up the Mee Seva Centers at all mandal headquarters across the district aimed at issuing various documents such as caste, residence and income certificates in a hassle-free and prompt manner to the people. Siddarth Jain said that the digitalization of records was going on at a brisk pace and on the other hand, the district administration was modernizing all the Tahasildar offices in the district.
Khammam AMC Chairman M Radha Kishore, DRO T A Jaya Chander and other officials were present.