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IMC HQ connected by e-link system

MINISTER IN-charge for Indore district and Forest and Transport Minister Himmat Kothari inaugurated e-link system at Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) today by making entry on laptop making IMC the first civic body in the State where the headquarter is linked with all zonal offices through wireless connectivity.

india Updated: Jan 12, 2006 01:04 IST

MINISTER IN-charge for Indore district and Forest and Transport Minister Himmat Kothari inaugurated e-link system at Indore Municipal Corporation (IMC) today by making entry on laptop making IMC the first civic body in the State where the headquarter is linked with all zonal offices through wireless connectivity.

Earlier entry made at zonal offices could be seen on the fourth day but now this system has paved way for seeing the
entry within a few seconds.

Minister in-charge of Indore district Himmat Kothari was pleased with the works done by IMC and appreciated its performance on the occasion. He suggested that IMC should give guidance to other cities also.

He opined that works done by IMC are indeed laudable and added that he had learnt through people that development works in Indore are going on at very fast pace. He further said that IMC has set many records.

Till date data was transferred from zonal offices manually but now with connection of zonal offices with the headquarter the system has become paperless.

IMC Commissioner P Narahari said that IMC headquarter is the only one in State which is linked with all zonal offices through connectivity. He informed that in this connection study was conducted six months back.

Later tenders were floated and CMC Ahmedabad was given tender for this work. He revealed that through this system, data is transferred at fast pace.

He reasoned that through this system decentralization is being done and every zone is being made one micro municipal corporation. He informed that the IMC is spending Rs 25 lakh on this system.

The aim behind this exercise is to make zonal offices more competent, quipped municipal commissioner.

First Published: Jan 12, 2006 01:04 IST