REIL’s mobile app, website unveiled

Use of innovative solutions to technology has contributed in the rapid growth of REIL

GN Bureau | October 9, 2017


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 A mobile app and website (rajasthanpuc.in), developed by Rajasthan electronics and instruments limited (REIL), was unveiled by Rajasthan’s public works and transportation minister, Yunus Khan at Jaipur.

REIL, managing director, A K Jain said the REIL, after studying the existing PUC centers and analysing the similar works done by PUC centers of Delhi and Karnataka, has presented a full-proof solution for the proper monitoring of PUC centers through central software and server.
 
He said the use of innovating solutions to technology has significantly contributed in the rapid growth of REIL. “We intend to address the emerging needs through rugged, efficient, reliable and affordable products and solutions in electronics, renewable energy and information technology, benchmarking with world’s best and best in class while working in mission mode aligning with national missions,” he said. 
 
He also stated that 20 percent of the overall pollution of the country is vehicular pollution.
 
 “This pollution testing will become necessary to all vehicles after this online PUC center scheme and will result in decrease in overall vehicular pollution. It will ensure the way for a clean and healthy environment for the future generations,” he said.
 

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