The digital platform enables the public-admin interface
JAMMU: Deputy Commissioner Jammu Anshul Garg today launched the J&K Yellow Pages web portal and an Android mobile app that will serve as a single interface for authorities and the general public.
This portal and the mobile application contain government contacts, a web directory as well as public services and will be very useful tools in today’s age of information technology. The web portal and the mobile application have been designed and developed to make it accessible throughout the territory of the Union without any modification.
Deputy Commissioner Jammu informed that this Android mobile application has been hosted on Google Play Store and can be searched under the name âJ&K Yellow Pagesâ with a parallel web interface accessible at http://nicjkapps.nic.in / jammu.
The IOS version of this mobile application for Apple devices will also be released shortly. The portal and mobile app were locally designed and developed by the National Informatics Center District Jammu, led by Sanjay Gupta, Cum DIO Jammu Technical Director.
Other people present at the launch ceremony were Ramesh Chander, ADDC Jammu; Satish Sharma, ADC Jammu; Jasmeet Singh, AC Nazool Jammu and Yoginder Katoch, Planning Manager Jammu.
Earlier, DIO Jammu, Sanjay Gupta briefed Deputy Commissioner Jammu on the functionality of the web portal and mobile app. He spoke about the hierarchical design of the entire software solution, which helps visitors filter their data needs. “This portal and this mobile application will be updated from time to time according to the requirements of the authorities and the general public,” he added.
The Deputy Commissioner congratulated the NIC for designing the internal solution and deploying it within a limited timeframe for the benefit of the authorities and the general public. He also instructed the officers present to regularly update the data on this portal and to integrate as many services as possible on this platform. It was also decided that the solution will be recommended to the districts concerned for replication throughout the territory of the Union.