The number of services offered through Mee Seva crossed the 100 mark with the addition of 10 more of the Andhra Pradesh North Power Distribution Company Limited (NPDCL) on Tuesday.
Minister for IT and Communications Ponnala Lakshmaiah formally launched the new services of NPDCL in his chambers at the Secretariat.
Ganesh Kumar from Warangal was the first to receive a new domestic power connection from the NPDCL through Mee Seva.
“It is yet another milestone in the history of Mee Seva, which was launched on November 4, 2011 with a mere 12 services.
In January, Chief Minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy while inaugurating the electronic display board at the main gate of the Secretariat to mark the one crore transaction mark of Mee Seva, had announced that by Marchend, 100 services would be offered through it.
The promise has been kept,” he said.
By October, the number of services offered through Mee Seva would be increased to 331 pertaining to 28 departments and it is expected to have one lakh transactions per day, Ponnala said and added that all the existing 6,805 Mee Seva centres in the State would function as Business Correspondents and Agents and deliver financial services under the Direct Cash Transfer scheme also.
“Efforts are also on to have a minimum of 200 centres in each district by the end of June,” he said.
Ponnala said gaming policy to encourage animation and gaming is fast shaping up and steps have already been initiated to start GAME (Gaminig Animation Media and Entertainment) city in the State Capital.
Principal Secretary (IT&C) Sanjay Jaju, NPDCL CM Kartikeya Misra, Warangal Joint Collector Pradyumna and others were present