e-inaugurates 5 days ICT training for Govt officials
State Times NewsLEH: The Lieutenant Governor of Ladakh, R K Mathur e-inaugurated the series of five days ICT training for Mid and Junior level officials of UT Administration, here on Monday.Advisor to LG Ladakh, Umang Narula, Commissioner Secretary (GAD) A K Sahu, Commissioner Secretary Ladakh Rigzin Samphel, Divisional Commissioner Ladakh/Secretary IT Saugat Biswas, Administrative Secretary Ravinder Kumar, other Officers and officials of NIC, NIELET and trainees were present on the occasion.The Lt. Governor asserted that the best way to take Ladakh on the path of development is by ensuring high-quality government officials and human resource rich citizens by means of advance training.He said that the five day IT training to the government officials is the first step towards achieving this target and appreciated the IT Secretary for initiating this training program.He emphasized that the winter months in Ladakh should be made more productive by imparting extensive training to the government officials and citizens on varied subjects in every sector.“Every Ladakhi must get exposed to the best practices. Shifting to electronic mode is a matter of necessity and not of choice, as that holds the future for us”, said LG Mathur.The Lt. Governor informed that steps have already been taken towards making the LG Office a complete e-office.He said that the objective of UT Administration of Ladakh will be to make every government official IT trained within a target of one year and to introduce e-offices in government and Panchayats in coming years that will ensure work efficiency and transparency.He added that infrastructural facilities with proper internet connectivity are under planning.He emphasized on the role of National Informatics Centre (NIC) in ensuring the security of network, data backing, a mechanism for responsible usage of internet in offices and building administrator ability.He also exhorted on making maximum government services online and activating CSC services at all Gram Panchayat levels to take Ladakh towards e-Ladakh.Advisor Umang Narula in his speech stressed on the need to include a module on electronic security while dealing with official files and documents and to substantially add the use of advanced software with the target to improve work efficiency in offices.
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