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Amit Sharma chairs Meeting on C-DAC E-Pramaan Authentication and E-Services

Amit Sharma chairs Meeting on C-DAC E-Pramaan Authentication and E-Services

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Leh: The Administrative Secretary of Information Technology, UT Ladakh Amit Sharma chaired a meeting on E-Pramaan Authentication, and E-Services at the Civil Secretariat, Leh.

At the outset, IT Secretary Amit Sharma alongwith others went through a virtual presentation delivered by expert team of Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), offering a comprehensive overview of the E-Pramaan Authentication system.

The presentation delved into the details of the technology, emphasizing its potential to streamline and enhance authentication processes.

IT Secretary’s meeting centred around into comprehensive discussions on the integration of E-Pramaan Authentication into various services, with a focus on streamlining processes, reducing bureaucratic bottlenecks, and bolstering data security.

The discussions extended to the optimization of E-Services, exploring avenues to enhance user experience, accessibility, and inclusivity in line with the Ladakh administration’s commitment to digital governance.

Amit Sharma highlighted the pivotal role of digital governance in development and reiterated the commitment to ensuring that E-Services are not only efficient but also accessible to all segments of the population.

IT Secretary Amit Sharma also emphasized the critical role that advanced computing technologies play in the era of digitization. He underscored the importance of leveraging C-DAC’s expertise to enhance the efficiency and security of e-services in the Union Territory of Ladakh.

He also expressed his gratitude for Yes Bank’s proactive involvement and stated that collaboration is a testament to the shared vision of the Ladakh administration and Yes Bank in leveraging technology for the welfare of the citizens of Ladakh.

Before culmination of twin meetings, Secretary IT Amit Sharma expressed enthusiasm for embracing innovative solutions to propel Ladakh into a digitally empowered era. He highlighted the strategic importance of the C-DAC E-Pramaan Authentication system in ensuring secure and seamless authentication procedures, a crucial aspect in the contemporary landscape of information technology.

The meetings were attended by the State Informatics Officer of NIC, UT Ladakh, Director of Rural Development, UT Ladakh, Deputy Secretary IT Department and Junior Scientists of NIC whereas NIC Officers from J&K and Officers from C-DAC of Yes Bank team attended the meeting virtually.

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