Impart hands on training on December 8 and 9 to make online delivery of services easier
NewZNew (Chandigarh) : The Punjab Right to Service Commission has finalised two day training program for all Additional Deputy Commissioners of Punjab on December 8 and 9 to make them familiar with new software Right to Service Information System launched by National Informatics Center.
Disclosing this here today an official spokesperson today stated this ‘hands on training’ program will be conducted at Mahatma Gandhi State Institute of Public Administration complex for Additional Deputy Commissioners (General), District Informatics Officers of NIC and District Suwidha Administrators to launch unique software Right to Service Information System (RTSIS). He said the sole aim of training program was to give details about RTSIS and its use in the online delivery of services. He said with the implementation of RTSIS the applicants seeking public services could get their desired public services online in a minimum time frame without visiting government offices.
The spokesperson informed that as per the schedule Commissioner Right to Service Commission Dr. Dalbir Singh Verka would deliver general introduction regarding Punjab Right to Service Commission and RTSIS while Mr. Sanjay Puri, Scientist-C NIC would give introduction to RTSIS, its functioning, results and salient features. He said an interactive session would also take place where Mr. S.M. Sharma, Mr. Iqbal Singh Sidhu and Dr. Dalbir Singh Verka, all Commissioners would be giving information about new software during hands on training program.
Giving information about the commission, the spokesman said it has received more than 3 Crore applications out of which 1.06 Crore have been sorted out. He added Punjab would be first in getting such a system in place by becoming frontrunner in launching RTSIS.
He informed that the new system has been operational in Sahibzada Ajit Singh Nagar (Mohali) on pilot basis and after training program it would be operational in all districts.
He said a total 6334 issues including birth/death certificates, driving license, residential certificates, demarcation of lands, arm licence, ration card building plans, water and sewerage connection etc. lying pending between general public and various government authorities from different districts of the state have also been resolved with the active intervention of the Commission.