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         Posted on :09:20:31 Sep 4, 2018
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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kerala State IT Mission has introduced an application named Rebuild Kerala for information gathering about the loss incurred to the people in recent floods.

State Industries Minister E P Jayarajan launched the application which would facilitate people, who lost their houses fully or partially damaged in the deluge, to register their losses.

The web portal "" also facilitate skilled volunteers to register their areas of specialisation and participate in rebuilding efforts.

This will assist the Local Self Government bodies to gather information about skilled volunteers and to depute them to the required areas. Only the registered volunteers are authorised to upload information regarding losses and damage to the 'Rebuild Kerala' app.

The application is designed to upload the data under three separate categories. This includes people who lost their houses completely; lost both land and house; and houses damaged partially. It also facilitate to geo tag the location and to upload photos of the damaged areas which will help to easily identify the beneficiaries.

The progress of rebuilding works can also be monitored through the application.

Chief Secretary Tom Jose, Additional Chief Secretary (Revenue) P H Kurien, IT Secretary M Sivasankar and IT Mission director Sriram Sambasivan also attended the application launching function.

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