Lanusungkum Aier, Technical Director NIC, Nagaland State Centre, Kohima speaking during the training.
KOHIMA, JUNE 12 (MExN): The Nagaland State Legal Services Authority (NSLSA) conducted a one-day training for Data Entry Operators (DEOs) at Gauhati High Court, Kohima Bench on June 12.
Speaking at the inaugural session, Lanusungkum Aier, Technical Director NIC, Nagaland State Centre, Kohima urged the DEO to be indispensible in their work as they are versed with the activities of the Legal Services Authority by having worked as Panel Lawyers and Para-Legal Volunteers.
Highlighting that through Artificial Intelligence, information reaches till the doorstep of the people, he pointed out that the data collected in the district and uploaded in the web portal will be used in the state, national and international levels.
Aier therefore encouraged the trainees to do justice to their work and to be indispensible with expertise in hand. He informed that in the districts, there are NIC offices in the Deputy Commissioner’s office and when need arises, the DIO can be contacted for technical support. He pointed out that in Zunheboto and Longleng, the FMS can help in system support. Aier further appraised that NIC has its presence in all districts of the state.
Delivering the keynote address, Mezivolu T Therieh, Member Secretary NSLSA highlighted that digitization and use of artificial intelligence in District Legal Services Authority has become very important for providing better services to the people. She said that to come in par with other states, proper data management is crucial.
The Member Secretary thanked the National Legal Services Authority for enabling the NSLSA to appoint DEOs; the NIC for cooperation; and the Gauhati High Court, Kohima Bench for providing assistance in the training.
Nungsangchiba, Nodal Officer NSLSA delivered the vote of thanks and also chaired the programme. The trainers were Nungsangchiba; Amento, Programmer, Gauhati High Court, Kohima Bench and Kethilo Seb, Sr. Technical Officer, Gauhati High Court, Kohima Bench.
The DEOs were trained through theory and practical sessions. 12 DEOs from 11 districts of Nagaland attended the training.