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e-GOVERNANCE:: alongside the public grievance module, an ‘E-gov RTI’ module

Posted by rtiact2005 on August 15, 2006

e-GOVERNANCE
BMP’s revamped website launched
 
DH News Service Banagalore:

http://www.deccanherald.com/deccanherald/aug152006/city2043292006814.asp

The Bangalore Mahanagara Palike’s all-new website is here, on time, as promised. The revamped website was uplinked on Monday evening and is accessible at www.bmponline.org

The new look is the work of the eGovernments Foundation – a not-for-profit trust working on municipal e-governance. The BMP has called for the general public’s responses to the revamped site.

The citizens will may also look forward to the much hyped public grievance module promising real-time monitoring of complaints from the public. It is slated to be uplinked on September 15. The revamped site has provided easy access to all the forms and applications of the BMP. Be it forms and applications of the tender process or birth certificates all of them are being made available in PDF format which may be downloaded or printed by the general public.

It is learnt that alongside the public grievance module, an ‘E-gov RTI’ module (for forms and applications regarding Right to Information Act) is also being worked out. The applications and responses to information sought under RTI Act can also be monitored on a real-time basis, sources said.

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One Response to “e-GOVERNANCE:: alongside the public grievance module, an ‘E-gov RTI’ module”

  1. Hawkeye said

    >The citizens will may also look forward to the much hyped public grievance module promising real-time monitoring of complaints from the public.

    Thats such bullshit. There is no such thing and I have search every bloody page on the website. I looked at the RTI section and found the e-mail ID of BMP officers. I mailed the PRO, the Deputy Comm and finally the Comm with some complaint I had. All the mails bounced. So much for BMP online.

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