Neva app is able to update the entire discussions of assembly in a chip
How your assembly has geared towards the digitization?
We have changed the way of administration and also procedure inside Vidhan Sabha. We have gone paperwork to paperless work. The staffs who are working on in different hard files have completely stopped. The file work is done through computer. In Vidhan Sabha we have an application called NEVA (National E-Vidhan Sabha Application) which was adopted by Rajya Sabha. If you download the NEVA app in your android mobile you can find out all the Ministers, their birthdays, their functioning, their contact numbers and you can directly keep in touch with them. Our MLS when they asked questions, they will give the answers, which are given by department. The answer will be uploaded on the NEVA app. Then the finance and the budget is also uploaded in the NEVA app. If people download the NEVA, he can find the records, what is happening in the Assembly every day.
How are you empowering the MLs or the people associated in the assembly for this procedure gone for the digitization?
So far our staff is concern he have provided everyone with laptop and asked them to put the questions or take the answer. Of course there are a number of panel who are not associated with this new system of computer. For them we have put the system to write the answers to us.
DoES Odisha as a state move ahead with the digitization?
After the development of IT everything has been changed and digitized. Now Odisha government and the assembly are working very speedily to implement everything online and people are easy to access for today own demands, requirements and own works online.
Odisha government has implemented ‘Mo Sarkar’ here every officers interface chief minister and secretaries all minister have to call and take the grievance of the public, what is your take?
There are many people who are uneducated and staying in the villages. There is a huge gap between the people and the government many times so there is a generation gap.
To bridge that generation gap the ‘Mo Sarkar’ is there. ‘Mo Sarkar’ is a concept by which officers go to the villagers, sit together with the people and request them to put forth the demands to officials so that the headquarter will know what is the people's requirement and what is their answer.
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