Kangpokpi DC impresses minister Nemcha

CORRESPONDENT
KPI, 14th Dec: Social welfare minister Nemcha Kipgen has Lauded the initiative of Kangpokpi district administration under the leadership deputy commissioner Dr Rangitabali Waikhom.
Speaking at the launch of Kangpokpi district's official website www.dckpidistrict.gov.in Thursday, minister Nemcha noted that development activities taken up by the government for the people could now be exhibited with transparency and the public will have the opportunity to closely monitor such activities.
The launch function held at the Conference Hall of Kangpokpi DC office was also attended by ADC Sadar Hills chairman Haokholal Hangshing, DC Dr Rangitabali and district level officers.
With the launch of the website, Kangpokpi district has become the first ever district in the state to have a website under the domain of .gov.in while other districts as per report has website only under the domain of nic.in.
With a holistic approach to serve the people of Kangpokpi district transparently and more efficiently, the district administration under the leadership of the DC worked hard to launch website in the larger interest of the people.
Dr Rangitabali said that it was with a primary aim to enhance transparency and efficiency of governance and to simplify the way of life of the people in Kangpokpi district that the website has been initiated.
Further stating that the initiative is aimed at promoting e-governance in the district and to transform the entire mechanism of public services through the use of information technology, the deputy commissioner also affirmed that the district administration is committed to ensure transparency, accountability and corruption-free administration to the people.
The website specifically designed to make it accessible through smart phones, tablets and desktop PC will provide detailed information about Kangpokpi district and people can conveniently get various types of forms like income certificates, caste certificates, etc.


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