Three months later, on June 18, Collectorate’s office will be opened to the public. Three days a week (Monday, Thursday, and Saturday) the District Magistrate will hear the plea of the public. However, a maximum of 25 people will be allowed entry in a day. For this also, permission has to be taken a day before.
On March 17, all offices in the district were closed in view of Corona’s transition. Offices were opened in the last days of the lockdown, but entry was restricted to the public. Now the District Magistrate, Dr. Ashish Shrivastava has decided to listen to the plea of the public from 18 May. He will be available to the public from 11 am to 1 pm. During this time the only complaint of 25 people will be heard. For this, the complainant will have to take time on the telephone number 0135-2622389 of the Collectorate a day before.
Similarly, Additional District Magistrate (Administration), Additional District Magistrate (Finance and Revenue), and the concerned Deputy Collector will also be available to solve public problems. On the day that the District Magistrate is no longer available, 25 people who have taken the time earlier on that day will be able to put their problems and complaints before the Additional District Magistrate (Administration) and Additional District Magistrate (Finance and Revenue). All visitors will enter the office wearing masks and it will also be mandatory to follow the physical distance rules. Like Collectorate, the public will enter all offices of the district from June 18. All the office presidents will make arrangements to interact with the public as per the guidelines of the Government of India.
E-office trial started
Trial to implement e-office system has started in Collectorate. It will continue till 30 June. After this, the new system will be duly implemented from the first of July or the first week of the month. On the first day of the trial of the e-office, the District Magistrate, Dr. Ashish Shrivastava reviewed the various establishments and saw what kind of difficulty was faced in the functioning. District Magistrate Dr. Ashish Shrivastava said that now the installations have been asked to submit the files electronically. Because regular practice is also necessary to work smoothly in the new system.
He said that this will speed up the functioning and speedy disposal of the problem is possible. If the file is pending for a long time, it can also be identified immediately. During this period, the District Magistrate directed the District Informatics Center (NIC) Officer to assess the condition of computers installed in all the establishments and to take care of the availability of the Internet. Additional District Magistrate (Administration) Arvind Pandey, Nazir Suresh Kumar, etc. were present on the occasion.