The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) Monday launched a website in which documents of the organisation would now be digitally archived for easy retrieval.
The website has been developed, customised and security audited by the National Informatics Centre (NIC), an agency of the government of India.
This arrangement will facilitate long term preservation of documents and easy retrieval from the NIC server at the National Data Centre, Shastri Park.
“DMRC launched an archival solution website in which documents of the organisation will now be digitally archived as per the laid down policy with provision for easy retrieval as per requirement for internal use,” said a statement released by DMRC.
The managing director of DMRC Mangu Singh and deputy director general of the National Informatics Centre of the Ministry of Communications and IT Rajiv Prakash Saxena launched the website at Metro Bhawan in the presence of other senior officials from DMRC and NIC.
Singh appreciated the new endeavour and encouraged all the officers to sufficiently utilize the new facility.
The NIC will be hand holding the application software during the initial annual maintenance contract period in maintaining and updating the application, the statement said.
DMRC has been continuously trying to introduce more and more technology driven solutions for its commuters as well as employees, it added.