Collectors SP Conference Day 2: CM Raje Advices Officers to Adopt a Humanitarian Approach

Determined to Connect with the Common Man, CM Raje stresses on Humanitarian Approach, Efficient Communication Channel, Use of Social Media and Mobile Apps on the second day of Collectors SP Conference.

The second day of Collectors SP conference ended with Rajasthan Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje handing out important advices on effective communication with the public. “Officers must adopt a humane approach to connect with the public better. It’s essential to understand problems plaguing a common man. To resolve them better, we need to make best use of e-technologies. A precise, down-to-earth approach is needed to accomplish goals on time“, she said. Her address was followed by a series of quick presentations delivered by top notch SPs, department heads, Chief secretaries and secretaries after lunch. In course of these presentations, CM discussed important issues and projected her opinions to help officers solve them better.

SPs preparing for their presentations.

SPs preparing for their presentations.

Topics Covered On Second Day of Collectors SP Conference

  • Revenue Secretary Alok’s presented his ideas on Digital India Land Record Modernization, Jan Kalyan camps and Raasta Abhiayan During his presentation, the CM advised the department heads to speed up decantation of pending issues. She directed officers to follow up on applications and to provide instant ownership rights of disputed properties to the rightful owners.
  • Mukesh Sharma, Chief Secretary, Department of Urban Development and Self-Government discussed on Waste-2-Energy concept and LED project with the CM. She invited feedbacks on RUIDP projects and asked the collectors to encourage public participation through programs and workshops.
  • Manjit Singh, Chief Secretary, Local Bodies Dept. spoke on Amrit scheme, Pradhanmantri Aavas Yojana (PM’s housing project), Smart City Mission, Annapurna Rasoi Yojana (quality food delivered on wheels) and Jan Kalyan camps being organized in urban areas.
  • Mission Director Aarushi Ajay Malik shed light on ODF (Open Defecation Free) cities and laid down her strategies on motivating public for toilet construction in every household. CM advised the officers involved in this mission to work in a time-bound manner. She proposed community mobilisation for involving school going kids and people in this mission.
Secretaries and Department Heads Discussed On Important Issues Concerning State and Proposed their Ideas Via Presentation

Secretaries and Department Heads Discussed On Important Issues Concerning State and Proposed their Ideas Via Presentation

  • District Collector Manoj Kumar Sharma from Karauli divulged details of “Mujhe Kuchh Kehna Hai” (I want to Speak Out) scheme. Under this scheme, numerous girl students and communities have joined hands for black buck protection and bridge construction in rural areas. His department came up with fruitful strategies for waste collection and Ratri Chaupals (Evening village meetings) for settlement of problems at village level. These innovative concepts were lauded by the CM, who asked other districts to follow in the footsteps of Karauli.
  • General Administration Chief Secretary Pavan Goyal focused on district committee meetings in his presentation. Taking this idea into consideration, the CM advised collectors to include departmental committees to have regular review meetings for monitoring work status.

Other than official presentations, state Home Minister presented an outline of projects undertaken by the government in last 3 years. With this, the CM advised district collectors to make necessary preparations to speed up the proceedings. This is how, the second day of Collectors SP meeting ended with the CM encouraging officers to perform better in the last 2 years of Rajasthan BJP’s tenure. The idea is to deliver all promises before the upcoming Rajasthan state assembly elections 2018.

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