National Reconstruction Authority (NRA) has developed a system where engineers deputed in reconstruction site can fill up progress details through a mobile app.
The NRA developed the Project Monitoring Information System (PMIS) with the financial aid of Asian Development Bank and launched it Wednesday. The engineers deployed in reconstruction task of wards of 32 earthquake affected districts can keep the record in this system.
Username and passport would be provided to the engineers for the same. Launching the system, NRA Chief Executive Officer, Yubaraj Bhusal, said that the system would help to know the progress made in reconstruction sector.
Bhusal said, “This system will help to make reconstruction transparent and accountable. The central office will receive the information uploaded by the engineers from working site and the central office will get all information regarding situation of reconstruction. It is believed that the system will help to carry out reconstruction soon.”
Details of reconstruction of all infrastructures like private housing, government buildings, archaeological sites, schools and health institutions would be included in the system.
Similarly, ADB Country Director for Nepal Mukhtor Khamudkhanov said that the method is very useful for the monitoring of reconstruction task.
Likewise, Assistant Spokesperson of NRA Dr Bhishma Kumar Bhusal said, “The system would be developed as an open system. One can know progress and expenditure details of reconstruction living in any corner of the world once it is developed as an open system.”