Kohima, Sept. 21: The parliamentary secretary for information technology and communication, Tovihoto Ayemi, today inaugurated the Nagaland One Common Service Centres at the deputy commissionerís conference hall in Dimapur.
Speaking on the occasion, Tovihoto said the common service centres are making good progress.
Altogether 63 common service centres have been set up across the state providing various government-to-citizens services and government-to-businesses services.
ďThe common service centres are acting as agents in this phenomenon through provision of information services,Ē Tovihoto said. He pointed out some of the challenges in implementation of e-governance such as stable collective infrastructure, power, lack of awareness on its benefits, lack of co-ordination between departments, resistance to re-engineering process. In spite of all the problems, the government is trying its best solve the matter by setting up statewide area network and the state data centre, he added.
The chief guest also gave away prizes to 11 awardees representing different service centres in Dimapur district.
He also inaugurated a common service centre at Indisen Village, Dimapur.
DC Dimapur, N. Hushili Sema, IAS and other government officials also attended the programme.