Kerala Assembly to digitise all records, to save Rs 35 crore annually
By Newindiaexpress 16-May-2019
The state has awarded the work to the Uralungal Labour Contract Cooperative Society and it has started working on the ambitious project called E-Vidhan to enable the state legislature to go completely paperless, said Speaker P Sreeramakrishnan.
“The project is expected to cost around `40 crore. Though the first phase can be executed in the stipulated time, it would take around two years to completely go paperless for all the departments connected to the Assembly,” he said.
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