- Veröffentlicht: 26. Juni 2021
Chief Executive Officer, Jammu & Kashmir eGovernance Agency (JaKeGA), Amit Sharma today vowed to cover the last mile-user as a part of mission to bring about digital transformation with the usage of e-Governance tools.
This was mentioned by CEO JaKeGA, while delivering a virtual keynote address during One-Day National Digital Transformation Conclave organised by the Electronics & Information Technology Department, Government of Odisha in collaboration with GovConnect Group.
Amit Sharma was earlier invited in this all-important Conclave in his previous capacity as Special Secretary to Government, Department of Forest Ecology & Environment and a specialist of e-Governance, actually came-up to attend this Virtual Conclave in new role and profile as CEO, JaKeGA which sprinkled a pleasant surprise for all the co-panelists and audience attending it. He mentioned that it should always be kept on back of mind to provide simplistic usable solutions keeping last mile users in mind which shall become the basis of success for all e-Governance related initiatives taken all across the nation.
Other speakers in the Panel Discussion on the theme “Digital Transformation of States for Effective Governance – Through Emerging Technologies” were B.Sunder, Special Secretary, Department of Electronics & IT, Andhra Pradesh; Vineet Kumar, Special Secretary, Department of Electronics & IT & MD, UPDESCO, Uttar Pradesh; Dr Lalthlamuana, CIO & Joint Secretary, Department of Information & Communication Techonolgy, Mizoram; Santulan Chaubey, CISO & Joint Director, Department of Information Technology, NCT of Delhi and Revati Kumar, CEO, Goa Electronics Limited, who also shared their respective perspectives on it. The Panel Discussion was moderated by Nitin Nagpal, Executive Director, PwC.
Amit Sharma, CEO JaKeGA welcomed all stakeholders during this National Conclave to connect with J&K eGovernance premier agency which, he said is already engaged in major eGov initiatives being carried out in different areas and domains which include successful implementation of eOffice model between two Civil Secretariats located at Jammu and Srinagar, Education Sector, State Data Center, SWAN and many similarly-situated prestigious National-level Projects. He assured that JaKeGA shall keep working with professional acumen in taking J&K to next level, especially during ongoing Corona times when human interface has to be minimised and this time, although unfortunate, but should be taken as a blessing in disguise to implement much awaited e-Governance reforms across the board throughout the nation.
Quelle/Source: India Education Diary, 19.06.2021