Training for officials to make Mee Seva centres more effective
Nizamabad: District Collector Christina Z Chongthu launched training camp for the officials of various...
Nizamabad: District Collector Christina Z Chongthu launched training camp for the officials of various departments and to the operators of Mee Seva centres at the Tahsildar office in the town on Tuesday.A The Collector said that the training would be helpful for the officials to provide necessary information to the Mee Seva centres. They should have the knowledge about the working process of Mee Seva centres. The training is also essential for computer operators working in Mee Seva centres. ``It is essential for the computer operators to have thorough knowledge about downloading of data from various departments so that they can issue necessary documents to the applicants,'' the Collector said.
``Presently 102 services are provided by the Mee Seva centres and the number would be further increased to 350 in a phased manner. Providing various services through Mee Seva centres is helpful in reducing the corruption in offices,'' she said.A Joint Collector Harshavardhan, in his address, said that 15 Mee Seva centres were opened in the district last year and the number increased to 230 this year. A district manager would be appointed to monitor the functioning of various Mee Seva centres across the district, he said.
Officials from revenue, civil supplies, registration, municipal administration and other departments participated in the training. Similarly, operators from Mee Seva centres in the division attended the training. The training would be extended to the 'Mee Seva' operators in other divisions of the district in a phased manner.
In-charge Municipal Commissioner Manga Thayaru, District Supply Officer Kondala Rao, RDO Hanmanth Reddy, Divisional Inspector of Schools, Krishna, Tahsildar Rajender and other officials spoke at the training camp.