In a move that would establish Andhra Pradesh as a model state in e-governance, it will unveil an online platform to offer 600 different citizen services.
The platform, called e-Pragati, will include departments like revenue, land and municipal administration, health, social welfare and education.
The state partnered with software major Wipro to develop the platform, which it plans to implement from next month in a phased manner in the new capital region of Amaravati.
The project would make AP a model state in Digital India initiative and transform the way government services are delivered to citizens, a release here said.
Citizens would find Certificate-Less Government System (CLGS), tele-health, e-education, e-Mandi, Citizen Inbox, Digital Literacy, e-SHG (Self-Help Group), Smart City and Smart Grid among the services delivered through e-Pragati.