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District Level Workshop cum Training Session on Swachh Bharat Mission(SBM) MIS Application held at Mon District, Nagaland

Novotsono, Nagaland novotsono[dot]natso[at]nic[dot]in
  |   Feb 11, 2016
DIO Mon, Mr. Ravi Ranjan Kumar presenting the features of the SBM-MIS

Session on SBM-MIS underway

A workshop cum training program on the implementation of SBM-MIS application was conducted by NIC, Mon District Centre, Nagaland, at the DC Conference Hall on 10th February 2016. All the features of the SBM-MOUD website (https://SwachhBharatUrban.gov.in) like Mission progress, ULBs login, Household/Citizen login Option, IHHL Application Format, IHHL Constructed Toilet Photo Upload Process, eCourses and many other features was explained by Mr. Ravi Ranjan Kumar, DIO, NIC, Mon.

The demo site URL: https://164.100.87.9/SBM Demo/ with demo user id and password have been shared with the participants to be familiar with the website for the efficient implementation of the application. The training session was attended by all the Administrators of the Municipal and Town Councils under Mon District. ADC, Mon representing Mon(TC) was present as Chief Guest as also EAC, Naginmora representing Naginmora(TC). SBM nodal person of Mon(TC) and CSCs coordinator of Mon and Naginmora also actively participated in the workshop cum training session.

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