Wednesday 23 September 2020

Social Security department’s district and block level offices to be ‘paper-free’ soon, asserted Aruna Chaudhary

- Posted on 02 August 2020

Chandigarh, August 2: District and Block level offices of the Social Security, Women and Child Development would be ‘paperless’ soon by implementing e-office system, for which the department has pulled up socks as the Cabinet Minister Mrs. Aruna Chaudhary has strictly instructed to execute the online system in its true spirit.

She directed the Additional Director-cum-Nodal Officer for implementing e-offices at headquarters, district and block level offices to provide necessary details to the National Informatics Centers (NIC) at the earliest.

“Instructions of Punjab government to achieve the target of paper-free offices have been forwarded to the district and block level offices”, she said, adding that e-offices system has been fully adopted at headquarters and all kinds of approvals are given and files are routing accurately through this new system.

Mrs. Chaudhary has categorically issued directions to the Additional Director-cum-Nodal Officer for the smooth implementation of the e-office system. She informed that representatives of the e-governance department and National Informatics Center (NIC) will jointly impart specific training to officers and employees of the district and block offices. She said that name-based government e-mail Ids of headquarter Officers and employees have already been created and after furnishing details of post name, joining date, retirement date and hierarchy of the officers and employees of District and block offices, the e-office system would be implemented in true spirit.

“Well-built internet facilities and basic infrastructure for offices would be further strengthened to implement this online system”, said the Cabinet Minister, adding that no laxity would be tolerated thereon.

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