The Andhra Pradesh Government, as a part of ‘Smart Andhra Pradesh’ will soon launch the online Grievance system, as a part of its flagship program.
The Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N. Chandra Babu Naidu, will be launching the ‘Mee Kosam’ which is the online grievance monitoring system, before 15th of January.
Through this Mee Kosam, people can check their grievance status, representation by entering their Aadhar number or even the grievance number. This decision was taken at a review meeting, which was between Naidu and other officials of the information technology department, said an official.
Mr. Naidu, said that by setting by an e-Governance society which would help to track and monitor and progress of delivery of the citizen services online. He also asked the IT department to design a plan, in view of to bring in country’s first “Right to good governance Act.”
He said to the department to distribute 10,000 tablets to all the village-level officers immediately. Which would help in collection of the data on public welfare schemes and few key indicators and upload it online.
The sunrise start up will begin by March. The IT adviser, J.Satyanarayana informed him that the incubation centers in Kakinada and Tirupati are ready to operate. Mr. Naidu suggested to the officials to have incubation centers in the universities and colleges, as well.
The Digital Literacy camps to be held by the Government in Ananthapur, Chitoor, Guntur, West Godavari and in Srikakulam districts. Mr. Naidu would lay the foundation for the Signature Tower at Madhurawada in Visakhapatam by March. He said it would be the symbol of resurgence of IT in Andhra Pradesh.
He said to the officials to start working on this, as it would help develop Andhra Pradesh in a smart way.