Crescent Kashmir

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J&K administration is focusing on online mode for the services being offered on this line. In this direction recently the government has directed the officers to ensure that offline processing of cases for the services offered online should be dispensed with completely and switchover to online mode for better monitoring and transparency with feedback from citizens be ensured.

In order to further boost transparency in public dealings of the Revenue Department, a mechanism of issuing passbooks to people containing information on all their legal land possessions has been evolved. The UT Administration has set the 15th of August as the deadline for completion of the process.

The administration has successfully implemented innovative initiatives for financial discipline which inter alia include BEAMS, online submission of bills through J&K PaySys, mandatory administrative approvals, technical sanctions and e-tendering, digital payments, GFR, GeM and related measures which have greatly helped the financial systems in J&K to be at par with any other developing financial system in the country.

Publication of pictorial e-compendiums related to projects completed under Back to Village, District Capex, UT Capex and JKIDFC broadly reflects the government’s commitment to engage with the citizens.

Centralised Personnel Information System has been designed to capture employee profiles as well as office profiles in the CPIS database of all the departments, spread over in the entire Jammu & Kashmir. It also envisages to keep up-to-date information of employees, when they are promoted, transferred or retired. It also aims to assign a unique Employee Identification Number to all the employees for future references. Further this CPIS database can be used for electronic service books and GPF.

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