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National Informatics Centre

No confusion on who created Aarogya Setu app: MyGov CEO

Aarogya Setu's website also shows that the app was developed by the NIC and the ministry.

Ministry, NIC have no information about who created Arogya Setu App

CIC asked the NIC to explain that when in the Aarogya Setu website it is mentioned that the platform was designed, developed and hosted by it, then how is it that it doesn't have any information about the creation of the App

Telangana government offices to go paperless

E-office system to increase transparency and accountability in the administration

Telangana: State Secretariat to have e-office system soon

Hyderabad: In an effort to reduce physical contact and at the same time expedite movement of files in these times of coronavirus pandemic, the...

WPI inflation falls 3.21 per cent in May, but food prices rise

Manufactured products witnessed a deflation of 0.42 per cent in May.

India enlisting drones for national security

Over 2,000 drones enlisted since January 14; deadline set at January 31

Supreme Court issues notice to Centre, states over online RTI portal

Describing the RTI Act as a powerful tool, advocate Abraham said the true objective of the legislation can be achieved only by timely response to citizens' request for government information when the process was made online.

Porn clip begins playing at Rajasthan secretariat meeting

The video continued to play for around two minutes before the technical team stopped it in a hurry.

Rice for Anganwadi centres through ration shops

Hyderabad: The Civil Supplies Department on Friday started supplying rice to Anganwadi centres through ration shops. Transparency and accountability were being ensured in the supply...

Rice supply to Aanganwadi centres through ration shops

Fingerprints and Aadhaar authentication of all 72,000 Aanganwadi centre workers, helpers and supervisors have been linked to e-POS machines with coordination of National Informatics Centre (NIC).

Drug control body goes online

Entire range of services offered by drug regulatory body made online, in collaboration with National Informatics Centre (NIC).

Marriage certificates in a jiffy, thanks to T-Registration app

T-Registration mobile app to also facilitate issue of encumbrance certificate, e-stamps for property registrations; services to be expanded soon

HMDA launches e-office

Besides aiding transparent and effective administration, the e-office system will save a lot of time both for officials and the public.

MGU selected for Vidhyawaan project

Nalgonda: National Informatics Centre has selected Mahatma Gandhi University, Nalgonda for implementation of ‘Vidhyawaan’ as a pilot project. Informing this at a meeting organised on...

Hyderabad CP launches E-Office

Hyderabad City Police in collaboration with the NIC and the IT & Communications Department, the E-Office is being currently installed at the Hyderabad Police Commissionerate Office.

App to identify Rythu Bandhu beneficiaries on the anvil

The App will be made available to bankers to access the data collected and to be scrutinised by the Agriculture and Revenue officials.

SK Joshi asks officials to hand over land records before March 28

Joshi directed the revenue department officials to send details of each village with farmers' information, khata number, extent of land, among other inputs.

Administrative reforms to continue: CM KCR

KCR hints at need-based changes in administration to meet aspirations of people

National Informatics Centre leads by example

For its 'green' efforts the office figures in GHMC's list of best colonies.

‘Bharat ke Veer’ web portal to be inaugurated Rajnath Singh

Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju and actor Akshay Kumar will also participate in the function on Sunday.

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