NIC opens studio in Jodhpur
JODHPUR: Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot inaugurated a state-of-the-art studio of the National Informatics Center here, the second in the state.
Describing the center as a "major leap" towards adoption of Information Technology in governance, Gehlot also had a video conference with villagers in Kanpura village in Ajmer and discussed the implementation of various government schemes.
Developed at a cost of Rs 21.81 lakh, the studio comprises a swanky mini-conference hall and various equipments like projectors, document cameras and two-way video conferencing facility.
Gehlot also inaugurated numerous other projects, including a modern cold storage constructed at a cost of Rs 4.30 crores, and laid the foundation stone of two hostels.