Crescent Kashmir

Artificial Intelligence

Decrease Font Size Increase Font Size Text Size Print This Page

Recently the Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir launched ‘JK Saransh’, a first of its kind Artificial Intelligence (AI) tool for document summarization developed by the Information Technology Department of the UT.

He complimented the Department for embarking on the path of adopting modern technology and tools to bring in efficiency and accountability into the government processes. He asked them to work towards adopting the tools that aids in identifying the habitual miscreants in different departments working against larger public interests.

He even advised the local NIC to generate reports highlighting the performance of different government departments onboard on e-office. He called for pinpointing different users whose disposal of files is poor or whose take-off on the software is negligible. He made out that such an attitude on part of any government officer/official is unacceptable and should be viewed seriously.

He advised creating mass awareness about the services offered online particularly in rural areas. He asked for holding such informative sessions during morning assemblies in schools and workshops in higher educational institutions to train around 10 lakh youth in making good use of these online platforms.

He launched a ‘painting’ and ‘photo caption’ competition as part of the ‘Digital J&K’ campaign. Both these competitions are aimed at creating awareness about the Digital initiatives rolled out by the government. The link for registration by interested persons would be available online on JKMyGov application to be reached out at the URL http//

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *