In order to ensure that the Governor’s Secretariat is in sync with digital India initiative and that the government services are made available to citizens electronically, Nagaland Governor P B Acharya on Friday launched the mobile app and e-governance project of Raj Bhavan at Kohima.
This was stated in an official press release.
Addressing the launching programme, the Governor called upon other departments of the State to implement the Digital India programme for the welfare of the people.
Governor’s principal secretary Piyush Goyal said the Central Government, with an aim to transform the entire ecosystem of public services through use of information technology, launched the Digital India programme to transform India into a digitally-empowered society and knowledge economy.
He said the Governor’s Secretariat, with assistance from IT&C department, had computerized various systems, including inventory management, record management, GPF record management for Raj Bhavan Grade IV staff, etc.
He added that officials have undergone training to properly implement these applications.
The Raj Bhavan, Nagaland mobile app for Android phones will be available for download at the home page of the Raj Bhavan website (www.rajbhavan.nagaland.gov.in.).
The app will have a 360 degree virtual tour of the Raj Bhavan created with the help of GIS, Nagaland.
The app will also feature the history of Raj Bhavan, former Governors, Governors’ profiles, speeches, press releases and other information related to Raj Bhavan.
The launch programme was attended by IT&C commissioner & secretary, K D Vizo and officials from both IT&C department and Raj Bhavan, the press release added.