LAHORE The newly constructed state of the art computerised one window cell of Lahore Development Authority (LDA), will start working from today (Tuesday) after reorganising the cell with a view to improve its performance by providing speedy remedy to the applicants. The new office building of the cell has been constructed with a huge cost of about Rs 25.5 million at Main Boulevard Johar Town, having sitting arrangements of more than 100 persons in its centrally air-conditioned luxury and capacious hall. Initially, Director General LDA Omer Rasool would personally monitor the performance of the officials and announced that no applicant needed to re-contact any official of the cell personally for get relief because assistant director ranked representatives of concerned directorates would be responsible for ensuring execution of the complaints of citizens and their other applications within given time frame. Further, Director one window would personally deal and satisfy the clients, applicants or complainants in case of any serious issue such as irresolvable applications or any error in their claims. Commissioner Lahore Division Khusro Pervez Khan accompanied with Principle Staff Officer of Punjab Chief Minister Khawaja Imran Raza visited the one window cell on Monday. On the occasion they were given detail briefing on working of the cell, which would address public complaints without any delay and interference of the agents under one roof and in case of any delay stern action would be initiated against the officer concerned. The LDA also established Info Call Centre in order to provide information regarding the procedure of application filling as well as status of their applications and claim through telephonic call. Seminar today To take the stakeholders into confidence the Punjab Higher Education Department is organising a seminar on Introduction of 4 years Degree Programme and Autonomous mode of Governance in 26 Colleges of Punjab on September 7, (today) at Alhamra Arts Complex, said spokesman of the Punjab government. The purpose of the seminar is to have a dialogue with all the stakeholders on the need of introducing 4-year Degree Programme and Board of Governors in the 26 colleges. It is a part of a series of such initiatives taken by the Department to put its message across. Punjab Education Minister Mian Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman will be the chief guest of the seminar which will be attended by vice-chancellors, principals of 26 colleges (which are recently given autonomous status), teachers, students, parents and media people.