Haryana government launches e-services, apps for admin
The Haryana government on Saturday launched seven e-services and software applications in a measure to provide hassle free and graft-free administration to the people of the state.
Launching the services in Panchkula near here, Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar said the e-services would help translate the dream of 'Digital Haryana' into reality.
'Digital Haryana' would seek to provide digital infrastructure as a utility for every citizen, e-Governance and e-Services on demand and facilitate digital empowerment of citizens, an official release said here.
The digital infrastructure as a utility to every citizen includes easy access to common service centre and "cradle-to -grave digital identity", e-Governance and e-Services on demand envisage electronic financial transactions and mobile platform based services, it said.
"Besides other benefits, the launch of these services would make e-governance visible; inject quite a dose of efficiency in the administration, and make Haryana move up the ladder of progressive states," the Chief Minister said.
The e-services and other add-on facilities launched by Khattar include -- Access to Common Service Centre, Services on demand, e-Stamping, Jeevan Pramaan, Revised State Portal, Aadhaar-enabled biometric Attendance System, CM Window, Mobile app and Aadhaar-linked registration of birth.