Digitisation of data base can decrease land disputes,RS Sharma tells Raghubar Das
By Abha Manakatala - Mon Jul 27, 3:26 pm
Laying stress for timely monitoring through Information Technology,Jharkhand Chief Minister Raghubar Das today observed that the state govt. is endeavoring to adopt IT for making the system accountable & responsible.
Talking to R.S. Sharma, Information & Technology Secretary, Govt. of India,who met him in Ranchi today,Das said that the Central Govt. is being requested to establish Tele medicine & Tele consultancy at I.S.M. Dhanbad on IIT Patna pattern.
Das pointed out that Aadhaar number is being linked up with the bank accounts of the people for direct benefit transfer. He said,Jharkhand is the state of immense possibilities & the youths are laborious.”To foster skill in the youths, the Govt. has arranged special training package under National Skill Development Mission. Apart from using IT in Dairy, the Govt. endeavors to use IT in the production of silk & lacquer”,said the CM.
On his part,Sharma assured the CM to provide all types of technical support. He opined that digitalization of land data base will help in decreasing the family land disputes.
In the meeting, Development Secretary R. S. Poddar, Principal Secretary, Mining & Geological Department & Secretary to the CM Mr. Sunil Kumar Burnwal were present.