A three day Workshop on Change Management & Capacity building for middle rung officers of the state Government departments was held at Heritage (old DC Bungalow) from 1st to 3rd August 2013. The workshop was organized by the department of Information Technology & Communication in collaboration with National Institute of Smart Governance and Nagaland State e-Governance Society. Gracing the valedictory function Parliamentary Secretary for IT&C, Tovihoto Ayemi lauded the department for taking initiative to oganise such workshop by bringing resource persons, expert in the field, from outside the state. He also stated that the workshop and the facts and figures provided in the study materials, provided to the participants would immensely help the departments to initiate their own action plan for smart governance through implementation of ICT tools. He highlighted the various initiatives of the IT&C department, such as SWAN, State Data centre, e-District and Crime & Criminal Cracking network system in the state.  Appealing to all the departments to come forward in building a smart governance through e-Governance, he expressed his confidence that the participants of this workshop would now be the ambassadors of change of their respective department.

Project Engineer, NSeGS Akumla Aier, chaired the function while Keneirienuo Kire, Assistant Director, Industries & Commerce and Vechiso, Deputy Director, Treasuries & Accounts shared their experiences on behalf of the participants. Workshop summary was given by Training Anchor Dr. Kalpana Mathur.

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