A workshop conducted by the Department of Information Technology and Computers in Vijayawada brought out targets to extend Mee Seva services to the people

The Government proposes to open 100 to 150 Mee Seva centres in each district, secretary for IT Sanjay Jaju has said.

Addressing a group of Joint Collectors from nine coastal districts, or their representatives, officials associated with Mee Seva services, he said that the services that began with just 11, have been increased to 34.

A day-long workshop conducted by the Department of Information Technology and Computers in Vijayawada on Monday brought out the targets set by the government to extend Mee Seva services to the people.

Mr. Jaju said that the total number of applications or requests received at the Mee Seva centres in the district from November 4, 2011, to September 10, 2012 was 39,77,495. Out these 13,35,451 A-category transactions 26,42,043 B-category transactions have been processed within the Citizen’s Charter time limits.

Over 150 issues, some of which were problems cropping up at Mee Seva centres and suggestions to improve the quality and quantity of the services being extended to the public, were discussed at the workshop.

The IT Secretary said that a similar workshop would be conducted at Tirupati soon.

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