The government of Nepal on Friday launched a mobile application to deliver the public services online.
Minister for Communication and Information Technology, Parbat Gurung unveiled the ‘Nagarik App’ which aims to make public service delivery easy, transparent by integrating all of the government services.
Now, the app is available in Beta version and according to the government, soon it will be available with additional features. According to the Minister Gurung, the the services will be provided even on public holidays through this digital platform.
It is a great relief for people who find it hectic to visit government offices and wait for hours to get services.
The best part of this app is one needn’t feed their all information. They just can get the services using their citizenship certificates or mobile numbers. In the first phase, few services are available but they are planning to extend and integrate all services under one platform.
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