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NIC Assam implements Assam CMs brainchild - CM-TRANS

Kavita Barkakoty, Assam asm-kavita[at]nic[dot]in
  |   May 13, 2022
Honble Chief Minister Assam launches CM-TRANS
Honble Chief Minister Assam launches CM-TRANS

Guwahati, May 13, 2022 : The CM-TRANS (CM-Transport Randomized Allocation Networked System) was launched today by the Assam CM on the banks of the Mighty Brahmaputra. CM-TRANS is a revolutionary online work allocation system which will usher in uniform work distribution among the transport offices, improve efficiency, speed up services delivery and eliminate middlemen intervention and corrupt practices. The novel system, conceptialized by the Assam CM himself has been technically implemented by NIC in the Assam Transport Department. Assam is the pioneering State to have adopted the revolutionary random work allocation system conceived by the Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma. CM-TRANS is applicable to all contactless transport services being offered to citizens of Assam and will be gradually extended to all other online transport services.

The new system does away with the concept of verification and approval of applications for services in the District Transport  Offices (DTOs) in which they are submitted, and instead allocates them randomly in any of the 32 DTOs of Assam on the basis of their individual workloads. The applications are automatically routed to DTOs with lesser work. This uniform distribution of work ensures greater efficiency and faster services delivery.

The applicants and the DTOs in which the applications are submitted are not informed where the applications have been randomly routed. This ensures complete elimination of the role of the middlemen and unnecessary harassment of applicants.

Launching the System, the Chief Minister lauded the exceptional work of NIC not only in the Transport Sector bit also in the Revenue Sector of the State. He asked all present to give a good hand for NIC and said that NIC delivered work without any hassless.

The Assam Chief Minister also launched 12 more Vahan and Sarathi contactless servoses in the same event. This takes the total number of contactless services in Assam to 25.


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