CHANDIGARH: Punjab Governance Reforms and Grievances Minister Mr. Aman Arora launched into a research tour to Hyderabad in Telangana, to delve into the state’s pioneering practices within the realm of IT, improvements, and technology-enabled policing. This go to aligns with the mandate bestowed upon him by Chief Minister S. Bhagwant Singh Mann to boost service supply and leverage know-how to enhance governance throughout the state.
Aman Arora was accompanied by Principal Secretary Governance Reforms Mr Tejveer Singh and a delegation of senior officers from the Punjab Government. They commenced their exploration on the Citizen Service Delivery Centres, ‘MeeSeva, ‘ to realize insights into Telangana’s environment friendly service supply mechanisms. They meticulously examined the state’s IT initiatives, encompassing rising applied sciences, information Centre operations and the implementation of AI/ML/Blockchain, Big Data, and their sensible functions.
Additionally, they delved into the methods employed by the Telangana authorities to foster ability growth inside the state and assessed the insurance policies and infrastructure established to nurture startups.
To additional increase their understanding of know-how’s position in governance, Mr Aman Arora and his workforce visited the Command and Control Centre, the place they witnessed firsthand how Hyderabad Police harnesses know-how to keep up legislation and order whereas streamlining residents’ lives.
In a bid to draw IT investments to Punjab, the Governance Reforms Minister engaged in fruitful discussions with outstanding IT firms together with Tech Mahindra, Green Gold Animations and many others., extending an invite to them to ascertain their presence within the state. He reaffirmed the Punjab authorities’s unwavering dedication to offer a supportive ecosystem that fosters the expansion and success of IT companies.
The delegation concluded their go to right now and is poised to current a complete report back to Chief Minister Bhagwant Singh Mann, outlining suggestions for the development of IT, improvements, and technology-driven governance within the Punjab state.
“Telangana is a leader in IT and innovation, and we have a lot to learn from them, ” stated Mr. Aman Arora whereas including that, “We are committed to improving service delivery and governance in Punjab, and we will use technology to achieve our goals.”
In addition, Mr. Aman Arora explored the methods wherein the Telangana authorities is enhancing ability growth within the state. The Cabinet Minister additionally met representatives of the state’s startup ecosystem like We-Hub, T-Hub. He inspired them to spend money on Punjab, citing that the state has a powerful expertise pool and a supportive authorities.
“Punjab is a great place to start a business. We have a talented workforce, a supportive government, and a growing economy. I encourage startups to invest in Punjab and be a part of our success story”, stated Mr Aman Arora.
Recognising the rising significance of local weather change, the Governance Reforms Minister and his delegation visited the Indian School of Business (ISB), Hyderabad Campus to discover potential collaborations in addressing local weather challenges. They mentioned alternatives for implementing an information portal and different e-Governance initiatives that would help in enhancing service supply and tackling local weather change-related points in Punjab.
Punjab Government delegation visited Hyderabad comprised Senior Manager Governance Reforms Mr. Manuj Syal, General Manager Mr. Vinesh Gautam, General Manager Mr. Charanjit Singh, Joint Director Industries Mr. Deepinder Dhillon, Director STPI Mohali Mr. Ajay Shrivastva.