The state Information Commissioner D Rajgopalan launched an android-based mobile application of Surat district collectorate that can help citizens track status of their applications and files.
This is first such mobile application by a collectorate in Gujarat, said Surat District Collector Jayprakash Shivhare.
Shivhare said, “After seeing the grand success of the mobile application SETU started by Surat police during last year, we also thought to start such application for Surat collectorate staff and their works. Our people along with the experts of mobile software worked for almost one year to make this application ready.”
The mobile-based application has been made under “proactive disclosure” and is already on the “Google Playstore” since Friday.
In one day, over 1,400 people have installed the application, said Shivhare. With this application, the applicants can easily track their files.
Shivhare said, “Apart from the tracking of files, we have also placed all the information related to the district collector offices and working style of Surat district collector. We are sure that we will get good results. We appeal to the people of Surat to take best use of such mobile application and get maximum benefit of it.”
It is to be noted that this is the second android-based mobile application made by Surat district collector officials.
The first mobile application was prepared by Surat District Disaster Management authority and which was launched Chief Minister Anandi Patel on June 19.
The mobile application will help Surat people to know about the any natural disaster during the monsoon period.
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