On the occasion of the birth anniversary of Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya that was celebrated as ‘Samarpan Divas’ on Sunday, across the Country, Haryana Chief Minister, Manohar Lal launched three major IT applications namely Samarpan, Hunar, and Foreign Corporations Department’s ( FCD) in a bid to ensure the betterment of society along with the smooth administrative functioning in the state.
While interacting with media, he said that Portal aims to encourage volunteers willing to serve the society by becoming an integral part of Government. Samarpan Portal is going to prove a pivotal platform for anyone wishing to render their services to serve humanity. Samarpan Portal which aims to encourage such volunteers who are willing to serve the society and can become an essential part of social upliftment in Haryana by dedicating their time and effort towards social work.
The voluntary services provided through the ‘Samarpan’ initiative are linked with various programmes and initiatives of the government such as education, women and child development, farmer’s welfare, skill development.
The Chief Minister also launched the official website of Foreign cooperation Department (FCD) which presents an incredible opportunity to Non- Resident Haryanvis to reconnect, rediscover, and revive their roots in Haryana. FCD aims to transform Haryana and create a heart to heart connection with people, governments, and companies around the globe. FCD’s website provides comprehensive information about Haryana, Haryanvi culture, reasons to invest in Haryana, the export performance of the State, etc.
In continuation to the mentioned above, the Chief Minister also launched Hunar App that aims to help youth take up entrepreneurship. The app is developed by Haryana Skill Development Mission. Through this app, the Haryana Skill Development Mission will give training to the candidates for self-employment and setting up an enterprise in various activities besides the regular wage employment training. In addition to this, the students will be given training in various industrial, technical, vocational, and competitive courses through this app. Apart from above. In this app, the complete syllabus of school students from classes VI to XII will be available and under the New Education Policy-2020, college and school students will also be able to get the support of various project work, workshops, webinars, and internships through this app. This HUNAR app would be a milestone for the development of the youth of the State.