Saturday, June 22, 2013

Mass Contact Programme 

to resume in July

                The mass contact programme whereby Chief Minister Oommen Chandy directly engages with people in the State to address their grievances will be launched again in July. Disclosing this in a written reply to a question in the Assembly on Monday, the Chief Minister said the details were being worked out. In the first edition of the mass contact programme held across the State in the 14 district headquarters, the Chief Minister had received over 5 lakh petitions. Mr. Chandy informed the House that all petitions, except 1.25 lakh petitions in which legal and other issues were involved, had been settled.
The Chief Minister said the movement of files in the Secretariat would be made more transparent with the introduction of the Information Data Exchange Advanced System (IDEAS). The public would be able to know the movement of files and the time it took online. Already, 20 lakh certificates, including Transfer of Registry, had been provided online by the Revenue Department.
More online services would be provided, Mr. Chandy said. The effort was to provide speedy and quality service to the public by all departments.

                                                            MCP 2013 SHEDULE 

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