Assam Secretariat to go ‘Digital’ on Oct 2: Shredding process of old files begins

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The files will be classified and some files will be kept, some will be sent to archives
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Guwahati: Assam marked the culmination of Mission Sadbhavana Phase-I on Friday. Under the mission, state government has been able to dispose all petitions received so far leading the government to dispose 2.75 lakh files out of the 3.24 lakh files opened so far in Assam Secretariat.

The files will be classified and some files will be kept, some will be sent to archives and others will be disposed off permanently by putting in shredding machine.

On Friday, chief minister Himanta Biswa Sarma marking the occasion also launched the process of shredding of files in Janata Bhawan.

Announcing that from the coming October 2, Assam Secretariat will completely become digital or e-office, under this people from any part of the state or outside without coming to Janata Bhawan can make petitions for their job which the administration will dispose of without the petitioner having to come to Janata Bhawan physically.

He said, “Every block in Janata Bhawan will have a nodal officer who will be exclusively responsible for maintaining cleanliness and hygiene of the blocks. Moreover, crèche will be opened in Janata Bhawan besides making provision of free bus services for the staff.”

He also launched a temporary record room and a CCTV monitoring facility in Janata Bhawan premises.

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