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Union Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs, Arjun Ram Meghwal on September 24th September 2018, inaugurated the two-day National Orientation workshop on National e-Vidhan Application (NeVA).
Arjun Ram Meghwal has also launched the new website of the NeVA and administered the Swachhata Pledge to over 200 delegates, which included senior officers from Secretariats of Lok Sabha, Rajya Sabha, 31 Legislative Assemblies, and 7 Legislative Councils.
National Orientation workshop on NeVA would include technical sessions and group discussions over 2 days.
National Orientation workshop on NeVA would facilitate exposure for the delegates about the positive attributes of NeVA; deliberations on issues faced by different State Legislatures in the implementation of e-Vidhan and finding solutions thereof.
The focus of the workshop would be to encourage all State Legislatures to move towards the e-Vidhan platform and bring in transparency, accountability, and responsiveness in their conduct of business.
e-Vidhan is a Mission Mode Project to digitize and make the functioning of State Legislatures paperless. This is part of Digital India programme of the Union Government.
Union Ministry of Parliamentary Affairs is the Nodal Ministry for this project.
The Ministry aims to roll out e-Vidhan as NeVA covering all 40 Houses including two Houses of Parliament and thereby putting all them on a single platform and proving the theory of ‘One Nation One Application’.
NeVA is a Rs.739 Crore (approx.) project for bringing Legislatures on a digital platform, covering all Houses. It is to be used by the Legislatures as well as all the Government Departments.
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