Jammu and Kashmir Governor Satya Pal Malik on March 9 launched 19 ‘Government to Citizen’ online services of seven departments at the State Services Delivery Gateway here. The online mode of ‘Government to Citizen’ services is evolved via the Jammu and Kashmir e-Governance Agency, Information Technology department in collaboration with CDAC Mumbai and may be available on, an official spokesperson stated.
With the release of these offerings, the overall depend on services that might now be available at the State Services Delivery Gateway (SSDG) is increased to 26.
Secretary, IT Department, Saugat Biswas said the newly-launched services would advantage over seven lakh beneficiaries every 12 months.
The governor complimented JaKeGA of the IT Department and CDAC, Mumbai, for growing online offerings for one-of-a-kind departments, which could sooner or later assist the residents to avail numerous offerings.
The online mode will avoid unnecessary human intervention and will speed up the free shipping mechanism, besides ensuring transparency,” Malik said and advised the secretary IT to comprise extra such online services and also increase a user-pleasant cellular app for this reason.
In the event, the governor accredited the issuance of Direct Benefit Transfer of over 20,000 instances of the beneficiaries of Udhampur district beneath the Integrated Social Security Scheme providing old-age pension, pension for women in distress, and premium for physically challenged folks, through online mode.
He also initiated the process of issuance of No Objection Certificate for employment via the online system in which the first online NOC changed into added in Srinagar by using Deputy Commissioner Shahid Iqbal Chaudhary, which became considered over video convention, the spokesperson said.
Advisor to Governor K Skandan cautioned that public comments about the services be incorporated to improve the system further.