J&K LG Launches e-portal to manage and monitor development projects

Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha inaugurated an online portal to facilitate e-management and monitoring of infrastructure.

GN Bureau | April 12, 2021


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 Jammu and Kashmir Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha inaugurated an online portal to facilitate e-management and monitoring of infrastructure.

along with two mobile applications - Hamari Sadak and Tameer Taraqqi. These applications will allow the residents of the state which will allow to register and track their grievances and also enable effective supervision of development projects through data updated by field staff.
 
The portal would facilitate complete online management and monitoring of infrastructure with various functionalities including geo-tracking and dynamic update.
 
Sinha congratulated the Public Works (R&B) Department for developing the online portal and mobile applications and said this would enhance transparency in the overall functioning of the department and will make ‘Jan Bhagidhari’ an integral part of the project execution process through a smooth flow of information in the public domain.

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