Geo-tagging monitoring

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Baghpat. In the age of the digital revolution, things are changing rapidly. Monitoring has also become technology-based in many areas. Geo-tagging has become common to monitor government programs. This technique is used to know the progress of the development work of different departments. This also produces positive results.
What is geo-tagging?
Geo-tagging means providing precise information about the geographic location of the work through photos, maps and videos. This means that the location of this place is known from latitude and longitude. This makes the place easy to find by looking at Google Map. Apart from that, other things can also be added. Now the status of the work under MNREGA and the construction work under the state program will also be geo-tagged. From this it becomes clear what the state of work is and how much money is being spent. This does not lead to fraud.
Monitoring via mobile app and portal
The geo-tagged tasks are uploaded to the portal or website. Information and photos about the status before the start of work, 50% of the work performed and the status of the completed work are uploaded here. This almost eliminates the extent of the irregularity. In the past, instead of on-site development work, payment was made on paper after completion. For this reason, most departments geo-tag development work. This means that the work of the department can be viewed anywhere via the mobile app.
Geo-tagging of TB patients
The health department is now geo-tagging TB patients as well. The District Tuberculosis Commissioner Dr. Yashveer Singh said that geo-tagging will make the patient’s geographic information available through photos, maps and videos. It is very helpful to keep in touch with the patient. Geo-tagging can also be used to determine how many tuberculosis patients are in the area. According to the health department, the data of around 1200 percent of TB patients in the district have so far been uploaded as part of this campaign.
used to help people
The state government used geo-tagging to help people during the Corona period. Geotagging of communal kitchens and shelters has been done in many districts. So that people have no problems finding restaurants and accommodation. UP was the first state to do this.
You also get geo-tagging
Geotagging of MNREGA plants, schools, Anganwadi centers, development work, tuberculosis and cancer patients, plants, ponds, illegal constructions, grocery stores, land, animals, mining leases, etc. is done by the government.
Geo-tagging has shown positive results. This makes it very easy to monitor the plans of multiple departments. The government also insists on taking it over.-Rajkamal Yadav, Deem Baghpat

Baghpat. In the age of the digital revolution, things are changing rapidly. Monitoring has also become technology-based in many areas. Geo-tagging has become common to monitor government programs. This technique is used to know the progress of the development work of different departments. This also produces positive results.

What is geo-tagging?

Geo-tagging means providing precise information about the geographic location of the work through photos, maps and videos. This means that the location of this place is known from latitude and longitude. This makes the place easy to find by looking at Google Map. Apart from that, other things can also be added. Now the status of the work under MNREGA and the construction work under the state program will also be geo-tagged. From this it becomes clear what the state of work is and how much money is being spent. This does not lead to fraud.

Monitoring via mobile app and portal

The geo-tagged tasks are uploaded to the portal or website. Information and photos about the status before the start of work, 50% of the work performed and the status of the completed work are uploaded here. This almost eliminates the extent of the irregularity. In the past, instead of on-site development work, payment was made on paper after completion. For this reason, most departments geo-tag development work. This means that the work of the department can be viewed anywhere via the mobile app.

Geo-tagging of TB patients

The health department is now geo-tagging TB patients as well. The District Tuberculosis Commissioner Dr. Yashveer Singh said that geo-tagging will make the patient’s geographic information available through photos, maps and videos. It is very helpful to keep in touch with the patient. Geo-tagging can also be used to determine how many tuberculosis patients are in the area. According to the health department, the data of around 1200 percent of TB patients in the district have so far been uploaded as part of this campaign.

used to help people

The state government used geo-tagging to help people during the Corona period. Geotagging of communal kitchens and shelters has been done in many districts. So that people have no problems finding restaurants and accommodation. UP was the first state to do this.

You also get geo-tagging

Geotagging of MNREGA plants, schools, Anganwadi centers, development work, tuberculosis and cancer patients, plants, ponds, illegal constructions, grocery stores, land, animals, mining leases, etc. is done by the government.

Geo-tagging has shown positive results. This makes it very easy to monitor the plans of multiple departments. The government also insists on taking it over.-Rajkamal Yadav, Deem Baghpat

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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