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Panel Discussion: How technology can help in raising the bar for improving efficiencies in social welfare schemes

Digital Technology Sabha | Day 1 | 22nd February 2022 | 9:30 AM - 7:00 PM IST | Virtual Conference

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In this video:
Moderator: Nivedan Prakash, Senior Assistant Editor, Express Computer, Indian Express Group

Panelists:
+ Sandeep Poundrik, IAS, Principal Secretary, Social Welfare and Women Empowerment Department, Government of Bihar
+ Vinay Kumar, Secretary, Food & Civil Supply, Government of Bihar
+ Manoj Kumar Pattnaik, Additional Secretary and CEO, OCAC, Govt of Odisha
+ Rahul Bojja, IAS, Secretary, Department of Social Welfare, Government of Telangana
+ Kapil Mohan, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Food, Civil Supplies, Government of Karnataka
+ M. Girija Shankar, IAS, Commissioner of Civil Supplies, Government of Andhra Pradesh
+ Ankit Jain, Director – Public Sector, SAS India
+ Dr Samit Sharma, IAS, Secretary, Social Justice & Empowerment Department, Government of Rajasthan

Key Highlights:
+ M. Girija Shankar IAS, Commissioner of Civil Supplies at Government of Andhra Pradesh: It is crucial to integrate multiple databases for social welfare schemes

+ Vinay Kumar, Secretary, Food & Civil Supply, Government of Bihar: Blocking, checking and engaging eligible people for social benefit welfare became possible only because of digitalisation

+ Manoj Kumar Pattnaik, Additional Secretary and CEO, OCAC, Government of Odisha: We are developing applications for personalising databases to use analytics for welfare schemes

+ Sandeep Poundrik IAS, Principal Secretary, Social Welfare and Women Empowerment Department, Government of Bihar: Aangan app and Common Application Software have helped the citizens for social welfare, using their smartphones

+ Rahul Bojja IAS, Secretary, Department of Social Welfare, Government of Telangana: We have 360-degree linkage applications of databases to simplify various government schemes

+ Kapil Mohan, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Food, Civil Supplies, Government of Karnataka: Adopting e-KYC and linking databases for analytics would help the citizens

+ Dr Samit Sharma IAS, Secretary, Social Justice and Empowerment Department, Government of Rajasthan: Data and analytics go together for social welfare schemes

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