Chandrababu Naidu has requested the collectors to share their personal experiences of digital literacy.
Vijayawada: At the 2 day collectors’ conference that instigated on Wednesday, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu has enquired the collectors to share their personal know-hows of digital literacy, in the 2nd day’s conference. The district collectors were specified new responsibilities, separately from the planned goals. The Chief Minister will give them new guidelines regarding the development limitations and also on the law order issues, on the 2nd day.
Mr. Naidu had launched cashless transactions by using smartphone and biometric machines at a small retail shop at Enikepadu village near here and clarified the system to MLAs, requesting the district collectors to go for shopping after the meeting and conduct two digital dealings in real time by using their mobile phone sowed with Aadhaar number and express their experience in the 2nd and concluding conference on Thursday.
Numerous shops on Bandar Road were kept for cashless transactions. The Chief Minister told farmers were facing difficult through the present rabi season due to non-availability of slight currency to transmit out agricultural processes. When the Chief Minister had asked the representatives to clarify about the substitute and inventive systems to carry out cashless transactions as there was lack e-PoS devices, Krishna district collector Babu A. demonstrated a mobile banking system by using a biometric machine.
He had said people can spend out their shopping simply when the shop keepers use the biometric machine to take fingerprints and Aadhar number to carry out mobile banking transaction. Awestruck above the inventive system, the Chief Minister publicized Rs 1,000 subsidy on the biometric machines and requested the commissioner of viable taxes to inspire the traders to buy the devices immediately to end the cash crisis.
Mr.Naidu said students of all colleges and bureaucrats should visit the villages on 4th Saturday of each month and inspire people to switch over to mobile banking transactions. CM said AP should stand on top place in digital dealings. He said that e-Governance and e-Pragati presented by him started giving consequences. Well along, the Chief Minister felicitated numerous heads of sections for achieving national awards for accepting best practices to attain double digit growth.