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ePrastuti - MyGov Assam solicits feedback from citizens on the newly developed websites of Government of Assam

For an enhanced interaction between the public and the Government, a well-designed website is of great importance. Government Website not only plays an integral role in ...

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For an enhanced interaction between the public and the Government, a well-designed website is of great importance. Government Website not only plays an integral role in dissemination of Information & Services to the public, but also in bringing transparency and openness in governance.
With the vision to offer an integrated web experience for the end-users across all government websites, the Government of Assam has taken a major step in Standardisation of Government Websites. The State Government initiated a project named “e-Prastuti”, a project steered under the aegis of the Information Technology Department to enable Standardisation of all Government Websites. The mission of this project is to guide the departments in designing and developing their websites in accordance with the Standardisation guidelines. This will provide a platform for participative practices and open governance for all the citizens of the state.
In the first phase, the websites for the following nine departments and its sub-organisation have been developed and are now live for public viewing:
• Industries: (http://industries.assam.gov.in/)
• Finance: (http://finance.assam.gov.in/ )
• Power: (http://power.assam.gov.in/ )
• Labour: (http://labour.assam.gov.in/ )
• Panchayat and Rural Development: (http://pnrd.assam.gov.in/ )
• Revenue (http://landrevenue.assam.gov.in/ )
• Skill ,Employment and Entrepreneurship (http://skill.assam.gov.in )
• Secretariat Administration: (http://sad.assam.gov.in/ )
• General Administration: (http://gad.assam.gov.in/ )
MyGov Assam solicits feedback from citizens on the newly developed websites of Government of Assam regarding its various facets such as information content, quality, usefulness, usability and user experience.

Last Date of Submission: - 31-07-2017

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Deb Rajkhowa 1 month 1 week ago

6. How to make the policies that are more business friendly. Assam could benefit significantly from industrial growth as the cost of doing business could be significantly low compared to other developed states in india.

Surya Choudhary 1 month 1 week ago

The site should be like that it can set accountability for every rupee spend by each department. An a data analysis team giving review on every rupee spend by each department in a presentable manner so that were exectly the government is spending the 73 thousand cr rupees every year, so that the redundant department which are not the priority of Assam right now were given justified money only n focused capital expenditure for the future betterment of Assam can be done

Surya Choudhary 1 month 1 week ago

Government should focus on building canal, Dam, developing water bodies
Inland waterways transportation etc it will address flood problem earn money through transport industry electricity generated and tourism, we just build road n it wash away with water, can't we make a department for water management n sell fresh bottle water, harvesting rain water, producing electricity from Dam, developing fisheries i think every department should give details of every rupee that they have spent in what

Surya Choudhary 1 month 1 week ago

Our government fund or allocate a lot of money to different departments like 1. police 2. food storage and warehousing 3. Natural calamity 4 tourism etc etc and most of the expenditure is revenue, i think that government of Assam seriously need infrastructure building rather than revenue allocation on salary etc to every department, there may be justification for every rupee spend by each department, i want to say every rupees spend by it should be priorities for eg flood situation in Assam

Deb Rajkhowa 1 month 1 week ago

4. Transportation safety :
5. Health care sector. We need to think of distributed options rather than having two giant medical hospitals in guwahati and dibrugarh.

Deb Rajkhowa 1 month 1 week ago

3. Power sector reform : Many state electricity board are in surplus situation. How can assam connect to the national grid and tap into the surplus energy from ease where.

Deb Rajkhowa 1 month 1 week ago

2. What steps are taken for development of the transportation infrastructure. Railways is one answer but how to connect every village to the nearest city and we have a vibrant infrastructure in terms of connectivity.

Deb Rajkhowa 1 month 1 week ago

Website is definitely a good move towards transparency. However here are some of the things that I would like to see. A roadmap of few years with details interns of what govt. will do in regards to the following points :
1. Floods : Every year since time eternity we have floods. What kind of activities the govt. will take to prepare itself ahead of time for the next year.
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Manish Sinha 1 month 1 week ago

CHIEF MINISTER sir i am student and i am studying in guwahati and my hometown is patharkandi rajargaon there the educational infrastructure is not so good and i have seen no development there please look over those villages too.

Nikhil Borah 1 month 1 week ago

Updated website for pwd(rural) department is the need of the hour for different info of rural road wwork of the dept. Also it needs to take grievavnce & suggestion from the people.