Auto Appeal System

Auto Appeal System

The government has already improved citizen services online and in this direction now there is more addition.

Recently the government added 107 more services to the Auto Appeal System, a step towards Bhrashtachar Mukt J&K.

The J & K government also launched Task Scheduler to strengthen delivery of online services.

The Chief Secretary of Jammu and Kashmir has called for incorporating AI to improve government efficiency.

In a move to further improve online citizen centric services, Chief Secretary, launched Task Scheduler, designed to help officers manage and organise their tasks and addition of Auto Appeal System for 107 more services, further streamlining  government-to-citizen services in addition to over 103 services integrated with the auto appeal system last month.

On the occasion the Commissioner Secretary, IT, informed the Chief Secretary that out of 480 online services provided to citizens at present, 210 are onboard the Auto Appeal System, that ensures timely delivery of services with auto-escalation of applications in case of  breach of timelines set under the J&K Public Services Guarantee Act (PSGA).

Chief Secretary directed for onboarding rest of the services as early as possible for making ‘Bhrashtachar Mukt Jammu and Kashmir’ a reality.

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