Technology adoption easing admin functions, says ZP CEO

Source: DHNS | Published on 30th August 2018, 12:45 PM | Coastal News |

Karwar: Zilla Panchayat Chief Executive Officer Mohammed Roshan has stated that the governments are implementing modern technologies, which facilitate them for smooth administration. Similarly, people should open up themselves for the positive changes, he added.

He noted this while speaking after inaugurating the exhibition of modern technologies developed by the nuclear power Department, as part of the national-level workshop organised for the journalists at Kaiga Township in the City on Wednesday.

He said Karnataka State has installed the land documents in the 'Bhoomi' software. By doing so, it is giving priority for the usage of technology in the administration. The modern technologies are being used in various departments and helped the people to accomplish the works at the earliest, he opined.

There is a contribution of technology in the overall maintenance of coastal region in Karwar. Briefing an example on usage of technology in day to day life, the CEO said that before people start to take up various activities on the beaches, every day, a machine-installed tractor move on the beaches for the collection of garbage. Later, it will bifurcate the garbage into wet and dry litter. Along with this, it will also separate the plastic waste from the garbage collected.

He opined that there is a need for adaptation of more technologies for the successful implementation of Swachh Bharat Mission and other development projects implemented by both the State and Central governments. 

Speaking on the occasion, Nuclear Power Department Public Awareness Division head Ravishankar said, media plays a vital role in convening messages related to anything to the public in an orderly manner. However, in some situations, there will be confusions among the public with the circulation of inaccurate and wrong information, he added.

Some people are in a constant fear that bombs are being manufactured at nuclear power generation centre, he said and added that the first nuclear bomb was exploded on Hireshima in Japan in 1945. After nine years of this incident, first reactor in the world has been started at Obninsk in Russia, in terms to generate electricity. The reactors, which are aimed to provide electricity to the country will not be used for the production of bombs, he clarified.

Journalists National Union President Vijay Kranti said, criticisms should be creative. Then only, journalists can give appropriate information to the society. Hence, journalists should follow the ethics of journalism, he added.

Kaiga Nuclear Power Plant Director Sanjay Kumar, third and fourth units assistant director J R Deshpande and others were present on the occasion.

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