CHANDIGARH–Taking a step further towards using e-governance to make delivery of citizen-centric services to the common man in a time-bound manner, Haryana is all set to soon launch e-Sachivalaya a digital platform, where the general public would have an easy facility of seeking appointment for meeting Ministers and various officers.
The e-Sachivalaya aims to bring Government and its functionaries under one roof for better functioning, coordination and ensuring effectiveness in citizen interface especially in times of COVID-19 Pandemic.
This was shared in a meeting held under the Chairpersonship of Haryana Chief Secretary Mrs. Keshni Anand Arora to review implementation of e-Sachivalaya and updation of data on Human Resource Management System (HRMS) and Litigation Management System (LMS) with all Administrative Secretaries held here today though video conferencing. The Chief Secretary directed the officers to swiftly ramp up their preparations for ensuring the timely implementation of the work related to these projects.
During the meeting, Chief Secretary informed that this e-Sachivalaya system, will allow a functionary to schedule virtual meetings with public through a video link. The necessary training to the concerned employees for operationalizing e-Sachivalaya would be conducted soon and the required infrastructure and personnel would also be arranged, she added.
The HRMS is a digital platform which provides compilation of all the data pertaining to service and conduct of employees in Government Departments, Boards, Corporations, Societies and Universities. Nodal Officers for each of these would ensure smooth streamlining of the operations on the HRMS, she added. The LMS is another digital platform which provides one-stop access to Government Departments for litigation and arbitration cases. Instructions were given by the Chief Secretary to carry out necessary updation of data on the HRMS and LMS.
In the meeting, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Rajesh Khullar and Administrative Secretaries were present and other senior officers also attended the meeting through video conferencing.
By YS Rana: