While India is being revolutionized and treading towards becoming a digitalized economy, not only Centre but also the state is leaving no stone unturned. There are various movements across the country to make the dream of Hon’ble Prime Minister Modi touch the realms of reality. The Centre had recently decided to demonetize the higher-denomination notes in order to render the Indian economy cashless. India is on a continuous drive to enable the masses get equipped with digitalized means of payment and transaction settlements.
Following the footsteps of the centre, the Rajasthan State too now has an e-Project Monitoring System. On Friday, officials confirmed the following news. “The e-PMS has been put in place to facilitate projects having investments between Rs 50 crore to Rs 1000 crore to resolve issues including their approvals and expeditious implementation,” said Tina Kumar, commissioner, Bureau of Investment Promotion (BIP).
Kumar also informed about other developments in this direction. She also informed that nodal officers have been recruited from different departments of the government. To bolster the functioning of the portal, these officers have been appointed.
BIP conducted a two-days training programme on e-PMS, in alliance with NIC cabinet secretariat. To make the sessions more effective, another session for the administrative officers of BIP was conducted at the secretariat in Jaipur on Thursday.
There have been many States which have been taken major initiatives and contribute towards the vision of PM Modi. The dream of a ‘Cashless India’cannot be manifested only with the sole efforts at the Centre. Only when there are combined efforts from the Centre and the states to embark on a Cashless India, then India could become one of those few countries where prosperity is for all and by all, not just for the rich.
Rajasthan has been relentlessly moving forward to embrace all the prerequisite changes, as they come, without any resistance.