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Social Media Tools available on most popular website

Bhopal. In order to spread awareness among the common man about the welfare schemes of the state government, innovative efforts are being made constantly through the most popular website www.mpinfo.org of the state government. A subscribe press release icon has been added recently on this website of the Directorate of Public Relations. The common man can also subscribe for this along with journalists and media personnel. Users will start getting fresh news instantly on e-mail after the subscription. This facility is also available on pop-up, which asks users for subscription when they visit the website.

Use of sharing tool has also been started by the Public Relations Department for publicity through social media. WhatsApp, Face Book, Twitter and Google Plus Tool have also been included under this, which facilitate citizens to share information directly. Not only this, social media accounts of all the government are also available on single platform. Moreover, social media accounts of Collectors-Commissioners and P.R.Os. are also being made available on the platform.

The channel ‘Jansampark MP’ of the Public Relations Department is gaining popularity constantly. This channel has been subscribed by 25 thousand persons till now. The ’10 Sambhag-10 Khabrein’ and ‘Jansampark Khabrein’ are available on this through news bulletin. Moreover, E-News letter at E-corner, Madhya Pradesh Sandesh in E-magazine and new edition of rozgar and nirman on e-rozgar and nirman are made available instantly on the website.

Constant efforts are being made by the Department of Public Relations to make common man aware of the welfare schemes of the state government. News and information are being shared instantly through social media and innovations now.

News released by the Directorate of the Public Relations and districts besides other information are available on the website www.mpinfo.org and www.dprmp.org. In addition to this, paper cuttings are available on www.newsarch.org. as reference.