Governance Notes - What is governance? - What is good governance? - Role of Civil Services in a Democracy and Development of Civil Services - Role of Civil Services in Indian Democracy - Development
Various Obstructions in Effectively Achieving the Objectives of Citizen Charter - Corruption caused adverse effects such as performance and fairness and standards of services.
Sevottam Model - The Sevottam model was developed with the aim of improving the quality of public services in the country. Sevottam is made up of two words 'Service' and 'Uttam'.
Citizen Charter Bill - The Citizens' Declaration Bill, 2011 was approved by the Union Cabinet in March 2013. In this bill, the general public will have the right to get service within a stipulated time limit.
Views of Parliamentary Committee for Citizen Charters - The Committee is of the firm opinion that the Citizens' Declarations should state the standards and timelines of services that one can expect.
Brief mention of recommendations of the Second Administrative Reforms Commission - The Citizen's Declaration can be made effective by adopting the following principles: One size does not fit all.
Reform Agenda to make Citizen Charters Effective in 12th Report of 2nd ARC - The Second Administrative Reforms Commission in its fourth report on 'Ethics in Governance' had briefly considered this subject.
Citizen Charter in India - In the last two decades, there has been a satisfactory success in the direction of economic development in India. The literacy rate in the country has also gone up to more than 74 percent
History of Citizen Charter - In the last two decades, vigorous efforts have been made to sensitize the administrative system around the world to the people, keeping in mind the essential elements
Characteristics of Citizen Charter - Citizen's Manifesto is a powerful medium to give shape to the concept of good governance. It is a new concept popularized in the last decade of the 20th century
Basic objectives of the Citizen charter - The basic objective of the Citizen's Manifesto is to empower citizens in the context of public service. Citizen's manifesto is basically based on six principles
What is citizen charter? - A citizen's manifesto is a document related to the rights of citizens, whose purpose is basically to make any organization transparent, accountable, and citizen-oriented.
Second Administrative Reform Commission's report on Right to Information - The main subjects assigned to the commission are as follows- Review the confidentiality classification of official documents
12 Important Suggestions for Better Implications of Right to Information - The following aspects and suggestions need to be kept in mind for better implementation of the Right to Information Act
6 Important Suggestions For Empowering Right to Information - Information about the RTI Act should be made available to the common people at the earliest so that its meaningful use can be made on a large scale.
Assessment of Right to Information - The main basis of public welfare and accountable governance is the right to information. Realizing sensitive and smart governance and earning public trust has become a challenge
Description of Progress of Right to Information in 12 states - The progress status of the Right to Information Act in 12 states was assessed by Participatory Research in Asia (PRIA).
Various Challenges in the Right to Information Act - The maintenance of information has not been modernized as per requirement. There is a mutual contradiction between the right to information and the right to privacy
Right to Information Vs Political Party - RTI activist Subhash Chandra Agrawal had sought details of donations received by some major political parties through the Right to Information Act.
Who is Responsible for providing information? - Appropriate Government - public authority - competent authority - "Appropriate Government", in relation to a public authority, means
Powers And Functions of Central and State Information Commission - It shall be the duty of the Central Information Commission and the State Information Commission to receive and inquire
Removal of State Chief Information Commissioner and Information Commissioner - The State Chief Information Commissioner and the State Information Commissioner can be removed from office by the Governor
Term and service conditions of State Chief Information Commissioner and Information Commissioner - The State Chief Information Commissioner and Information Commissioner shall hold office for a term of five years
State Information Commission - State Information Commission has been brought in for the implementation of the Right to Information in the States. The Commission consists of the State Chief Information Commissioner
Removal of Central Chief Information Commissioner and Information Commissioner - The Chief Information Commissioner and the Information Commissioner can be removed from office by the President
Term and service conditions of Central Chief Information Commissioner and Information Commissioner - The Chief Information Commissioner and Information Commissioner shall hold office for a term of five years
Central Information Commission - The Central Information Commission has been brought in for the implementation of the Right to Information. The Commission consists of a Chief Information
Right to Information Act, 2005 - In order to bring transparency to administrative and administrative work, the Government of India passed the Right to Information Act in June 2005.
10 important facts related to the right to information act - Before the formation of a central law in the context of the Right to Information, nine states of the country-Tamil Nadu (1997), Goa (1997), Rajasthan (2000)
Various Steps of Implementation of Right to Information in India - Shri V.P. became the Prime Minister of India in 1989. Singh, in his first message to the country on December 3, 1989, had made the first announcement
History of Right to Information in India - Its need was felt in India also due to the freedom of information movements all over the world. However, it has been recognized that the right to know is also enshrined
Outlook of the world and India Before the Implementation of the right to information - Britain is the first country in the world to enact an official secrecy law. The Official Secrets Act was first enacted in Britain in 1889.
History of Right to Information in the world - Sweden is the first country in the world that implemented the right to information 243 years ago for transparency and right to information in official work.
Issues Related to Good Governance and Right to Information - Right to information is one right and empowers many other rights, whereas there are various issues of human rights and human development
What is the reason for the need for the right to information? - The first premise of the need for the Right to Information is that it brings empowerment to the people by increasing their knowledge of the people
What does Right to Information mean? - Right to information means access to government information to citizens. That is, citizens and NGOs should have reasonable free access to files and documents
Risk management for prevention of corruption - The risk of corruption in government depends on the method of office and its activities and the character of the person in that position.
Reforms in Civil Services - Reforms in civil services are a core mandate of the Second Administrative Reforms Commission. According to the commission, the administrative system should be changed
Monitoring complaints to improve governance - The grievance redressal is an important tool in the hands of a citizen in getting his grievance redressed. Often these complaints are ignored.
Ensuring access and responsibility to improve governance - Government departments should be accessible to the public and should be responsive to their needs and aspirations. Along with this, they should
Transparency, accountability, institutional and other measures to improve governance - Most governments and their agencies have a hierarchical structure. In such a framework, one of the important functions
Issue of Central Civil Services (conduct) rules and transparency - The Central Civil Services (Conduct) Rules prohibit unauthorized transmission of information. According to this rule, no Government servant shall
Pledge of Transparency - The National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution (Venkatchelaiya Commission) while examining the Right to Information observed, “Governmental procedures and exchanges
Transparency-concept, meaning, nature, and related dimensions - Transparency International defines transparency as 'Transparency is the state of laying light on rules, plans, procedures, actions.
The concept of accountability and Indian polity - Accountability is a pre-condition for democratic and good governance. It is based on the assumption that the appointed officers or employees
The stress of differentiation in policy making and execution of work - An important area of governance reform relates to the need to develop greater accountability, better management, effective service delivery
Strengthening State and Civil Society Participation - In the vision form of the 12th Five Year Plan, it is proposed to set up a dedicated institution for strengthening state and civil society partnerships.
Dispose of corruption is an important aspect of governance - Elimination of corruption is essential for achieving good governance. The problem of corruption arises in almost all countries, whether they are developed
Improvement in public service delivery - Today many types of services is provided by the State Governments and Central Ministries. These include ration cards, caste certificates, income certificate, residence certificate
Strengthening local institutions and governance - Strengthening of local institutions is directly related to the efficiency of the governance system. From the point of view of the 12th Plan, one of the main clinical
Stress on quick decision-making in governance - The Approach Form of the 12th Five Year Plan has clarified that there is a need for an in-depth review of the administrative processes at various levels to ensure
Approach Form of 12th Five Year Plan and Governance and Good Governance - The approach form of the 12th Five Year Plan believes that the problem of governance can be solved in three ways.
Role of public services in capitalist and socialist systems - In countries with a capitalist system, the role of the private sector is more important and per capita income is high. Due to the high purchasing power of the people
Code of Conduct for civil servants and Public service bill,2006 - Realizing the need for a code of conduct for civil servants, the Santhanam Committee (Anti-Corruption Committee) 1964 said, “It is a real necessity for a country
Measures to make the role of civil services effective Part-2 -Recommendations of the Administrative Reforms Commission - According to the 40th report of the Administrative Reforms Commission, the power of democracy
Measures to make the role of civil services effective Part-1 - Instructions of the Supreme Court - In order to protect the Indian bureaucracy from political interference and to prevent the arbitrary transfer of civil servants
Civil services in India after independence - After independence, the governance system of India became based on the democratic system, which is inspired by the ideals of public welfare.
Development of civil services in India - In ancient times, although there is no clear example of civil service with modern meaning and dimensions, according to the circumstances of the time and country.
Role of Civil Services in Indian Democracy - The role of civil servants in Indian democracy can be seen under the following points- Implementation of policies: The most important and fundamental function of civil servants
Role of Civil Services in a Democracy and Development of Civil Services - The wishes of the state expressed in the form of public policy are implemented through public services. These services are essential for the operation
What is good governance? - After the year 1990, the concept of Good Governance evolved while giving an inclusive nature to governance. Good governance simply means governance in a good manner.
What is governance? - Governance is a broad concept that includes different parts of governance, different levels of governance (international, national, regional, and local), their rights, responsibilities
मजबूत नीति मूल्यांकन की ओर - प्रदर्शन और नीति परिणामों का मूल्यांकन करने से नीति निर्माताओं को यह समझने में मदद मिलती है कि कुछ नीतियां क्यों काम करती हैं और अन्य क्यों नहीं।
नीति कार्यान्वयन की दिशा में - फ्रेमवर्क सफल नीति कार्यान्वयन के प्रमुख निर्धारकों का आकलन करता है और इसके महत्व को रेखांकित करता है
अच्छे नीति निर्माण और डिजाइन की ओर - जबकि नीति-निर्माण आवश्यक रूप से एक रैखिक पथ का अनुसरण नहीं करता है, फ्रेमवर्क प्रबंधन उपकरणों और नीति उपकरणों पर मार्गदर्शन प्रदान करता है
अच्छे लोक शासन के समर्थक - सार्वजनिक प्रशासन पर ओईसीडी के कार्य ने प्रदर्शित किया है कि नेता व्यापक सुधारों में हितधारकों को शामिल करने के लिए"व्यावसायिक मामला" बनाने के लिए संघर्ष करते हैं, जिन्हें अक्सर नीतिगत चुनौतियों का समाधान करने के
अच्छे लोक शासन के मूल्य - शासन लोगों की जरूरतों को पूरा करने और उनके लिए परिणामों में सुधार करने के बारे में है। इसके लिए, ओईसीडी सार्वजनिक शासन की मूल्य-आधारित संस्कृति के निर्माण का सुझाव देता है।
शासन की परिभाषा - शासन को आमतौर पर राजनीतिक नेताओं द्वारा अपने देश के नागरिकों या विषयों की भलाई के लिए शक्ति या अधिकार के प्रयोग के रूप में परिभाषित किया जाता है। यह एक जटिल प्रक्रिया है
शासन - शासन को आमतौर पर राजनीतिक नेताओं द्वारा अपने देश के नागरिकों या विषयों की भलाई के लिए शक्ति या अधिकार के प्रयोग के रूप में परिभाषित किया जाता है । यह एक जटिल प्रक्रिया है जिसके द्वारा समाज के कुछ क्षेत्र सत्ता पर काबिज होते हैं