Gangtok, Feb 25 :
To ensure availability of complete data of unemployed youth in the State, the Department of Information Technology launched an application for a database in a function organized in the Department, today. The Advisor, DIT, Tenzing N. Lamtha launched the application in the presence of the Secretary, DIT, Yogendra Sharma and officers of the Department. It was informed that the application aims to create a centralized database of the unemployed youth of Sikkim.
The unemployed youth database application has been developed by the Department of Information Technology in order to collect the precise data regarding the unemployed youth of Sikkim. At present there is no data available, for this purpose this application has been developed.
It was informed that the application will store the qualification data, which will aid the policy makers in formulating schemes according to the qualification and skills procured from the analysis of the data.
It was further informed that documents such as the Aadhar Card, Voter Card, Employment Card and Certificate of Identification would be required to fill the application.
The application can be accessed through the link https://uydata.sikkim.gov.in
After formally launching the Application, Advisor, IT Department, Tenzing N. Lamtha said that the new Web-based Application is an initiative of the IT Department to realize the vision and the concern of the Chief Minister of Sikkim Prem Singh Tamang to have a comprehensive database of unemployed youth in the State. He said that is a special and a first of its kind initiative to collect and analyse the human resource data for formulating suitable policy decisions in the future. The idea behind the Application was to reach out to all the unemployed youth of the State. The Advisor said that the Application was designed and created completely by the in-house team of officers and staff of the IT Department. Lamtha appealed to the unemployed youth of Sikkim to visit the portal and register. On the occasion, the Advisor further recalled the IT Department’s initiative of providing web applications for fifteen services.