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Training Session on Online Monitoring and Compliance Mechanism (MoLE -eSamikSha) at Conference Room, Cabinet Secretariat, New Delhi on 28th December 2017

Dr. Shubhag Chand, Delhi shubhag[at]nic[dot]in
  |   Jan 2, 2018
Officials of Cabinet Secretariat Informatics Division during discussion with participants.
Officials of Cabinet Secretariat Informatics Division during discussion with participants.

Various Participants during MoLE-eSamikSha Training
Various Participants during MoLE-eSamikSha Training

eSamikSha, an online Monitoring and Compliance Mechanism has been developed  by Cabinet Secretariat Informatics Division, to fast track the compliance of pending action points, proposal, targets, etc. of Various Ministry/Department/Organization/Agency of Govt. of India and Government of States and UTs. The Portal has been designed in such a way that it will enhance efficiency, bring transparency, reduce the need of protracted correspondence and improve the communication between Government to Government (G2G).

With the great success of eSamiksha portal, Secretary of Ministry of Labour & Employment  had desired to host MoLE-eSamiksha similar to eSamiksha with minor customization for the use of Ministry.  MoLE-eSamikSha monitors the compliance status for various categories like Items Monitored by Secretary, MoLE etc.

Customized Information Dashboard also presents the statistical view, various correspondences at a glance. In this context, a training session on MoLE-eSamikSha Portal, were conducted for the officers of Ministry of Labour & Employment & its attached offices.  Training session has been taken by Shri Vijay Tiwari, Scientist ‘B’ of the Cabinet Secretariat Informatics Division. Training has been attended officials of Ministry of Labour & Employment its attached offices. During the training session all the modules of MoLE-eSamikSha have been explained in detail. It has also been explained that how MoLE-eSamikSha will cater their needs. 

Also present on the occasion Ms. Sandeep Kaur, Scientist ‘E’ NIC, Ministry of Labour & Employment. The session has been ended with the question & answer session and vote of thanks.   

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