SRINAGAR: As part of the ongoing ‘Digital India Week’, a one-day workshop on the theme “Digital India: from e-governance to m-governance” was organised by Degree college Anantnag Monday.
The workshop was attended by principals of various colleges in south Kashmir, besides the faculty members and students of the host college.
The Principal of the college Dr M Y Peerzada said, “The college has foreseen the technological shift and, therefore, introduced online surveillance, biometrics system, library automation, a browsing centre, and a smart classroom for students well in advance.”
The workshop started with a presentation on the theme by Head, Department of BCA Prof M M Pala, who highlighted the vision and mission of the ‘Digital India’ concept.
He discussed the facilities that the Digital India initiative is going to offer to the citizens and the challenges the idea is going to face in future.
This was followed by another presentation on “e-consortium” by Prof Shakti Prakash.
On the occasion, the new website of the college was also launched.
Baramulla College celebrates
A function was also organised at Government Degree College Baramulla under the chairmanship of District Development Commissioner (DDC), Peerzada Mushtaq Ahmad Shah.
The resource persons sensitised the college students and other participants about Digital India platform. The main focus was to educate and aware participants about e-services.
On the occasion, the DDC highlighted the importance and objectives of Digital India services and use of applications of various e-services. He also informed the participants about other e-services being provided by various departments.
He asked the officers to educate and aware people about the e-services.