Andhra Pradesh chief minister Y.S.Jagan has said that the AP Seva Portal is a digital initiative that takes governance closer to the people, where even those in the remote villages can benefit themselves of citizen services right at their doorstep. On Thursday, Jagan launched the AP Seva Portal 2.0 at his camp office.
Renovated AP Seva Portal launched by CM YS Jagan
The chief minister said that he was happy to launch another initiative to take governance closer to the people. The AP Seva Portal is a one-step digital platform for grievance redress, and all the authorities right from the village/ward secretariat to higher authorities will be utilizing the digitised platform to provide citizen services in a transparent manner.
The status of the application can be detected by the people without any hesitation. The applicants can also receive SMS alerts on the status of the application. The portal is also enabled with payment gateways to access paid services. The new updated portal contains 30 revenue and land administration services, 25 municipal administration services, 6 civil supply services, 3 rural development services and 53 Energy Department services.
All the applicants can be approved online and the officials can also provide certificates and documents online with digital signature. The applicants can avail the services fron any secretariat across the state. The event was attended by Ministers P.Ramachandra Reddy and B.Satyanarayana, chief secretary Sameer Sharma, Municipal Administration special chief secretary Y.Srilakshmi, Housing principal secretary Ajay Jain and other officials.