Imphal: Manipur state chief secretary Rajesh Kumar on Monday announced that the entry of non-official visitors at Manipur secretariat would be reduced to a minimum hours from 11 am to 1 pm on all working days.
The restriction includes all blocks, wings and buildings both in the south and north Blocks to ensure offices are not disturbed, informed the chief secretary said.
“With the adoption of e-office, the need for a visit by non-secretariat officials should be reduced to minimum,” said Kumar.
As per the latest guidelines, the entry of non-officials into the Manipur secretariat at Babupara in Imphal shall be allowed by the security officer and its staff after verifying the visitor’s details and purpose of visit.
To keep a check on the spread of coronavirus, COVID-19 Appropriate Behaviour (CAB), especially wearing of face mask, will be enforced strictly.
Manipur chief minister N Biren Singh launched the e-office File Management System of the state government to reduce paperwork and increase efficiency; This will also bring in transparency in inter-government, and intra-government transactions and processes claims the government.
As per reports, more than 50 state departments, including finance, home, health, forest and environment, GAD, PWD and water resources have implemented the new e-office system for better governance.
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