The Centre for Modernizing Government Initiative (CMGI) was asked to take up the awareness campaign and link schools with common service centres, Padhi said.
He also directed the departments to put more public services online and develop mobile apps for those services notified under the Odisha Right to Public Services Act so that citizens can easily apply from their own mobiles.
Official sources said many students this time could not get seats in desired colleges since they failed to get caste and income certificates from the tehsil office.
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