Manthan process will be started again to bring administrative reforms
Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that self analysis process should be continued to make credibility and prestige of civil service more effective. He further mentioned that Manthan process will be started again to bring administrative reforms in the state. Shri Chouhan was addressing the workshop held on the occasion of Civil Service Day at R.C.V.P. Noronha Academy of Administration and Management today.
Shri Chouhan stated that contribution of civil service is important to maintain the present system. It is the occasion for self analysis. There is a need for contemplation on how to make it more effective in the public interest. Prompt and sturdy decisions should be taken to extend benefits to the last file. Focus should be laid on ground implementations while making procedures. Common entitled person should get benefits of the government schemes without hassles. Shri Chouhan expressed the need for work with better monitoring of good governance efforts and human approach. Mentioning historical references, Shri Chouhan said that now civil service is not the service of the government but it is for people’s service. Facilities, specialties and all are for the efforts for public welfare. Out of box thinking is must focusing interest of the poor.
Giving reference of Bhagwad Gita Shlok, Shri Chouhan said that always keep on remembering the specialties of righteous worker. This will make life better. He clarified that public service holds responsibility for 7 crore 50 lakh population of the state. Civil servants should utilise their best talent, capacity and hard work for public service. He told the officers that they should encourage their team members for better performance. Give credit of success to them. All the departments should prepare a scheme to award the persons delivering their best. He laid emphasis on inter departmental coordination, effective monitoring of good governance efforts and file tracking system. He mentioned that civil service should be considered as an opportunity to do something for our country, society and the people. Recollecting the aims of the civil service, Shri Chouhan said that work will become easier if all the civil servants follow this. He termed the workshop and its subjects relevant and most useful.
Praising the calendar made by the Anand department, Shri Chouhan told each officer to use it in house. He informed that he will gift the calendar to the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi in New Delhi. A book on “Barahsingha Conservation at Kanha was released in the workshop.
Chief Secretary Shri Basant Pratap Singh informed about the workshop. He said that presentations on ‘Anand Vibhag ki Sankalpana aur Sanyojan’ by Additional Chief Secretary Shri Iqbal Singh Bains, “CCTV ki Upyogita” by ADG Shri Anvesh Mangalam, “CM Helpline” by Secretary to CM Shri Hariranjan Rao, ‘Angdaan” by Divisional Commissioner Indore Shri Sanjay Dubey, ‘Van evam Van Prani Navachar’ by Principal Chief Conservator of Forest Shri Jitendra Agrawal and ‘Van-Rajasva Bhoomi’ by Additional Chief Conservator of Forest (IT) Shri Anurag Shrivastava are being held.
DGP Shri Rishi Kumar Shukla, Director General Academy of Administration Smt. Kanchan Jain and Chief Conservator of Forest (Forest Force) Shri Animesh Shukla and Officers of Indian Administrative Service, Police and Forest Services were present in the workshop.