J&K: “Janbhagidari Portal” moved to another server for speed

The Jammu and Kashmir administration now hosts the “Janbhagidari Empowerment” portal on a different server with higher bandwidth for quick public access, an official said on Sunday.

The intervention came after complaints about slow speed and bandwidth issues, which caused disenchantment among users despite its high value as an information platform, the spokesperson said. ‘administration. He said Chief Secretary AK Mehta recently discussed the issue of slowness and crashes on the portal with the IT department and ordered them to upgrade the server to improve the browsing speed.

After the move, the gate started to open quite quickly, improving the whole experience of visiting the gate, the spokesperson said.

He said around 70,000 people have accessed the portal so far. With the increase in bandwidth, the portal is expected to receive more visits in the near future, he said.

The portal is an interactive and user-friendly one-stop-shop website that provides users with detailed information on the nature, status and number of ongoing development works in their areas.

Works could be searched by entering the name of the district, block or municipality and village.

The portal also offers the possibility for users to send comments on any work carried out by the government in their region.

It has links to programs such as MGNREGA, Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana, Swachh Bharat Mission Urban, Swachh Bharat Mission Rural and PMGSY, the spokesperson said.

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