Jammu: The Jammu and Kashmir administration claimed that it has completely switched over to e-Office by scanning & digitizing over 2 crore pages from 3.50 lakh files to ensure that no physical files were moved for the very first time when Darbar moved from Jammu to Srinagar in June 2021
“J&K administration says it has successfully implemented e-Office by scanning & digitizing over 2 crore pages from 3.50 lakh files to ensure that no physical files were moved for the very first time when Darbar moved from Jammu to Srinagar in June 2021,” he said.
“The UT administration’s offices in the civil secretariat have completely switched over to e-Office which has obviated the requirement of physical movement of files/ records from Jammu to Srinagar & vice versa, adds J&K administration
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