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Inauguration of Tehsil Computer Centre by Hon'ble Chief Minister, Himachal Pradesh

Ajay Singh Chahal, Himachal Pradesh ajay[dot]chahal[at]nic[dot]in
  |   Sep 6, 2012
CM inaugurating the Tehsil Centre

DC Hamirpur presenting the Bonafide Certificate

Hon’ble Chief Minister of Himachal Pradesh, Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal inaugurated the Computer Centre of the newly created Tehsil of Tauni Devi in Hamirpur District on 1st September 2012. During the inaugural ceremony, Sh. I.D. Dhiman, Education Minister, Sh. Rajender Singh IAS, Deputy Commissioner, Hamirpur and other senior officers were present.

The Tehsil Computer Centre provides a number of services through NIC developed software. These software were made operational by the NIC District officers in a very short time. The following software have been implemented:

  • HimBhoomi,
  • Integrated HimRIS
  • HimBhoomi-LMK Nakal Interface
  • LokPraman Patra
  • RCMS
  • GenPMIS
  • eSamadhan

The Deputy Commissioner, Hamirpur presented the Bonafide Himachali Certificate and Nakal Jamabandi to Prof. Dhumal on the occasion. The Chief Minister assured the general public about the availability of various services at their doorsteps. The citizens will not have to visit the District headquarters for the above services which will be available to them through the Tehsil Computer Centre.

Prof. Prem Kumar Dhumal appreciated the efforts put in by the NIC officers in implementing these software and operationalizing the citizen services in the Tehsil office.

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