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DNCC introduces City Digital Centre at 30 wards

DHAKA  – The Dhaka North City Corporation (DNCC) has set up City Digital Centre at 30 wards out of 36 aimed at reaching services using Information Communication Technology 9ICT) to every doorstep.

“We have already installed City Digital Centre at 30 wards out of 36 under the DNCC and the centres have been working relentlessly to ensure providing of information and services to the city dwellers to implement the vision of making Digital Bangladesh,” DNCC ICT consultant Asif Rahman Shaikat told BSS today.

The city digital centres have been installing under the Access to Information (a2i) project of the Prime Ministers’ office with a view to further development of ICT sector and reaching services to every doorstep, he said, adding that the digital centres will soon be set up at six other wards, he also said.

A total of 72 persons, two each in 36 wards, have already been giving training to build up them as entrepreneurs and help them becoming self reliant with working in the digital centres, he added.

“Two desk top computers, two printers, one photocopy machine, one scanner, two pen drives of 16 GB, one webcam, one file cabinet, two computer tables and eight chairs were given to each of the City Digital Centre,” DNCC public relations officer ASM Mamun told BSS.

The digital centres will deliver different services to the people such as land related services, life insurance, information of allowances under the social safety net, citizen certificate, health advise, visa application, internet bruising, video conferencing, mobile banking, computer training, results of public recruitment tests, paying bill of different utility services, online admission to different universities and agriculture information.

Source: Dailly News

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