Imphal East DC to receive another national award

Pothashang News Service: Imphal, February 5, 2020: District Administration, Imphal East to receive yet another national award, this time, Silver for e Governance 2019-20 under “Category III-Excellence in district level initiative in e-Governance (i) North-East States + Hilly States (ii) UTs (including Delhi) (iii) Other States”.

Imphal East deputy commissioner Dr. Rangitabali Waikhom, will be attending the 23rd National Conference on e-Governance on 7th& 8th February 7 and 8 at Mumbai Maharashtra to receive the award for “Loucha Pathap” – Online Land Record Computerisation and National Generic Document Registration System (NGDRS) project.

The Silver Award carries a certificate, citation along with cash award of Rs. 1 Lakh.

The project- “NGDRS-National Generic Document Registration System” started implementation at the office of sub-registrar, Porompat. NGDRS is an online system for document and property registration. Through NGDRS, the general public themselves can now do online land valuation. Property and document registration can also be applied online through NGDRS.

Under online land record computerization- Loucha Pathap project, digitisation was completed for 157 villages under Imphal East district. Now Land Record data can be accessed online 24×7 including the details of pending revenue taxes. The same data can also be accessed through the Android mobile App “Louch Pathap” available at Google Play Store. All the transactions and tax collection details are updated real time. All transactions are done digitally. The initiative will be able to reach out to a large number of people. All stakeholders- government, citizens and different organisations benefit from this project. Manual processing is severely reduced thus improving efficiency and drastically reducing red tapism. This achievement will surely provide inspiration to many in their endeavours in improving governance and service delivery, DIPR release said.






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