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Sep 02, 2020
5:16PM

Govt. says, all calendars, diaries and similar materials to be digital now

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Government today said that all calendars, diaries and similar other materials, which were earlier printed in physical format, will now be done digitally. 

All Ministries, Departments, Public Sector Undertakings and all other organs of the government have to adopt innovative means to use digital or online methods. 

The Finance Ministry said, Publication of Coffee Table books will also be stopped and appropriate use of E-Books will be encouraged. There is to be no activity towards printing wall calendars, desktop calendars, diaries and other such material for use in the coming year by any Ministries and Departments. 

The Ministry said, using technological innovations for planning, scheduling and forecasting is well known to be economical, efficient and effective.

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