Hyderabad, December 23 (INN): The State Government is preparing to extend the Mee Seva centres to all the districts across Andhra Pradesh.
Addressing a press conference at the State Secretariat here on Thursday, Information Technology Minister Ponnala Laxmaiah informed that as many as 3127 centres would be operational by March 31, 2012. The centres would offer 50 different services, especially issuing of certifications related revenue and other departments. He hoped that at least 2 crore services would be delivered through these centres in the next one year.
Laxmaiah claimed that the Mee Seva Centres launched by Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy during the second phase of Rachabanda programme have been proving quite helpful for the general public. In 130 centres located in Chittoor, Khammam and Krishna districts, as many as 41, 303 services have been rendered. As of now, 4,450 applicants are still pending while 164 services are under the process.
The Minister said that the Mee Service centres would be operational in a few more districts by January 12. The new districts include Hyderabad, Warangal, West Godavari, Nellore and Ranga Reddy.
Laxmaiah informed that the State Government was also setting up a mechanism to weed out bogus companies from the State. He said that the government has taken a serious note of bogus firms fleecing the job aspirants. Therefore, a Task Force comprising Secretaries of Information Technology, Industry and Law Departments has been formed to identify the bogus companies operating in the State. He said the government would take action after the Task Force submits its report to the government. (INN)