Bandipora, September 1: The District Administration Bandipora on Friday hosted a training session on e-office as part of the continuing celebrations of Digital Week, with the goals of improving administrative efficiency and promoting digital governance practises within the district.
Dr. Owais Ahmad, Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Bandipora, presided over the session.
District and sectoral officers, as well as other staff members and relevant parties, attended the session. Ali Afsar Khan, the Additional District Development Commissioner for Bandipora, Mohammad Ashraf Hakak, the Additional District Commissioner for Bandipora, Umair Shafi Pandit, and other concerned were also there.
The DC spoke to the group and emphasised the need for a paperless and efficient administrative structure. He stressed the value of e-Office in eliminating red tape, improving efficiency, and fostering openness in government.
Dr. Owais has issued a directive for full e-Office rollout throughout the district, telling all district and sectoral officials that it would revolutionise administrative processes and improve public service. The DC has mandated that all government agencies connect their e-Offices to the NIC and use the NIC domain for their official emails.
DIO NIC Bandipora led the training sessions and explained e-Office’s many capabilities and advantages.
Training on the e-Office platform was provided to attendees during the event; this platform is meant to automate mundane office processes like document and leave management.
The programme addressed a variety of subjects, including “Introduction to e-Office and its advantages; Navigation and basic features of the e-Office platform; Digital file generation, transportation, and tracking; and more. The procedures for “e-Leave management” and “approval” were also shown online.
There were also Q&A sessions where people could have their questions about the e-Office platform answered, helping everyone better grasp the technology and use it to do their everyday administrative tasks.
Participants were also given a variety of instructive brochures detailing various digital activities.