Conference of AR(Administrative Reforms) Secretaries of States/UTs Begins Tomorrow

Conference of AR(Administrative Reforms) Secretaries of States/UTs Begins Tomorrow

The Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Government of India is organizing a Conference of Secretaries of Administrative Reforms of the States/Union Territories here tomorrow. The Conference will be inaugurated by the MoS (PMO&PP) Shri Prithviraj Chavan.

The Conference aims to create a national platform to share experience of the states in the field of reforms/initiatives undertaken by the departments of Administrative Reforms in the state/union territories to improve public service delivery, make the administration effective, transparent, accountable and citizen-friendly. It will also provide a forum for the A R departments of the States/UTs to highlight the challenges faced by them and their expectations from the Department of AR &PG, Government of India.

In addition to the inaugural session, there will be three plenary sessions. The first plenary session will be on a panel discussion on ‘Outcome Oriented Civil Service – Way Ahead’. The second plenary will focus on the implementation of ARC recommendations pertaining to the states in respect of the 12th Report – Citizen – Centric Administration. In the third session, there would be presentations by the AR Secretaries about their states.

An annual feature of this Department, this Conference is second in a row.

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  1. sir,
    The Conference aims to create a national platform to share experience of the states in the field of reforms/initiatives undertaken by the departments of Administrative Reforms in the state/union territories to improve public service delivery, make the administration effective, transparent, accountable and citizen-friendly. It will also provide a forum for the A R departments of the States/UTs to highlight the challenges faced by them and their expectations from the Department of AR &PG, Government of India.

    but i request the experience of ordinary men and women and NGO who are looking after the neglected population will also be heard by this Conference at least in the future programme
    Thank you
    yours sincerely
    V.padmanabhan

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