Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat launched the e-collectorate system Dehradun. The Chief Minister said that the maximum use of technology is necessary as per the demand of time. With the e-collectorate system, people will not only get convenience but will also save time. They will not even have to run for unnecessary offices. The e-office system will bring more transparency to the work. The Chief Minister said that efforts should be made to introduce the e-office system in other departments also.
People of Dehradun district have now got relief from going to the Collectorate office. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat on Wednesday launched the e-collectorate system at the Chief Minister’s residence. During this time, he congratulated the district administration for starting the e-collectorate system a week before the scheduled time period. District Magistrate Dehradun Dr. Ashish Kumar Srivastava informed that the e-collectorate system was launched in collaboration with Smart City Dehradun, ITDA, and NIC. Under this, all the sections of Collectorate have been added to this system.
Now all the sections of the Collectorate will work through this system. The field personnel of the revenue department will also do similar work. With this transparency, the responsibility of the officer and the concerned personnel to complete the work within the stipulated time will be fixed. The District Magistrate informed that in the second phase of the e-office system, works will be done in the tehsil and development block. After that, the Election Office and the Panchasthani Election Office will be connected to this system.
Chief Minister’s IT Advisor Ravindra Dutt, Commissioner Garhwal Ravinath Raman, Director ITDA Amit Sinha, CEO Smart City Ranveer Singh Chauhan, ADM Finance and Revenue Bir Singh Budhiyal, ADM Administration Arvind Pandey, etc. were present.