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Sumatha Gomasta posted a question in Ask for Non RTI SupportHello, I am working in a Public sector(Pses) and my wife in central govt and posted at Kolkata ordinance factory board,if I wants to transfer from another place to my head office at Kolkata,is it possible,if my organization not agree what should I do?and what's the procedure.
MANOJ B. PATEL posted a topic in RTI in MediaReply to an RTI query, submitted in 2012, revealed that a budget worth Rs 12 crore had been spent to develop the civic body website. Earlier this week, refusal of treatment to a premature baby by two government-run hospitals in the national capital laid bare the unpreparedness of the health care centres in Delhi to handle emergency case. The infant was first taken to Kalavati Saran Children's hospital in Central Delhi where the father, a labourer by profession, was told that there were no beds or ventilators available. At Ram Manohar Lohia hospital too, the parents of the child were given the same response. One-day old baby succumbed to respiratory illness by the time the infant was taken to the third government hospital. Bed availability for GLM Hospital- last updated in 2012 The casual attitude of the government-run institutes has been exposed following the incident. So much so that a closer look into the issue reveals Municipal Corporation of Delhi’s (MCD) website does not even show updated information on number of beds available in the government-run health centers. For most of these hospitals, information about availability of beds was last updated in the year 2012.Read more at; MCD too busy to update information for emergency health services on its website?
akhilesh yadav posted a topic in RTI in MediaBrihanMumbai Municipal Corp spent the amount by appointing officers as OSDs and consultants after their retirement. Some were even given extension without permission from the government, reveals reply received by Anil Galgali, under the RTI Act Read at: BMC spent Rs1.70 crore on hiring retired officers as OSDs, consultants - Moneylife
MANOJ B. PATEL posted a topic in Off TopicThe Civil Services Examination (CSE) is a nationwide competitive examination in India conducted by the Union Public Service Commission for recruitment to various Civil Services of the Government of India, including Indian Administrative Service (IAS), Indian Foreign Service (IFS), Indian Police Service (IPS), Indian Revenue Service (IRS) among others. The examination is one of the toughest examinations in India with a success rate of 0.1%-0.3% with more than 900,000 applicants. The government today has approved the following in respect of Civil Services examination: Read more at; UPSC: Major Changes in Civil Services exam pattern : News
karira posted a topic in Off TopicPeeved with government services? Soon you'll have an app to vent Want to complain about delivery-related problems in government services, or make suggestions about the working of various departments or drafts of proposed laws and policies? On Republic Day, the Maharashtra government will launch a collaborative mobile app and portal called 'Aaple Sarkar', which will enable citizens to do this. On lines of the MyGov: A Platform for Citizen Engagement towards Good Governance in India portal started by prime minister Narendra Modi, this is part of the state government's participative governance measures to help it connect with the masses, exchange ideas and receive grievances. "The portal and app will enable people to file grievances related to various departments and also give suggestions," Rajesh Aggarwal, state principal secretary, Information Technology (IT), told dna. He added that this would be on the lines of the state enabling online submission of Right to Information (RTI) applications for various Mantralaya departments. While 'Aaple Sarkar' will be launched on January 26, it will be scaled up gradually and other features like comments will be added later. "Drafts of new policies will be put up on it for suggestions and comments from people," said Aggarwal, adding that polls on various issues could also be conducted. The draft of the sunshine Right to Services Act, which will guarantee time-bound delivery of government services to citizens and pull up errant public servants, may also be put up on 'Aaple Sarkar' for suggestions along with the new IT/ ITES policy, 2015. Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis may also get his own special website with features for feedback, suggestions and comments from the people. This will be on lines of the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) website. Fadnavis has declared 2015 as the year of digitization and time-bound services. The state government is also planning to give a major push for e-governance initiatives, like making it mandatory for all departments and districts to digitise at least 10 of theirfacilities in a set time period. This will include digitisation of records, applications and output (like certificates) and eventually enable people to apply electronically for these facilities. The lower human intervention in these electronic government services will reduce corruption and ensure transparency and accountability. Officials said that if things proceeded as per plan, they planned to make all certificates available digitally, though more time could be taken in districts where the proportion of digitization was comparatively low. Fadnavis has also spoken about initiatives like making available status updates on various projects in the pipeline like the Metro railway. The government also plans a push for the e-office project as part of its e-governance initiatives. The state has also decided to make it mandatory for all contracts over Rs 3 lakh to be awarded via e-tendering from the previous limit of Rs 10 lakh. Read More: http://www.dnaindia.com/mumbai/report-peeved-with-government-services-soon-you-ll-have-an-app-to-vent-2052627
The Ministry of External Affairs has issued a public notice on 30 May 2014 clearly stating that there is no system in place for having any recogonised/authorised passport agents and warned the public about such agents: http://passportindia.gov.in/AppOnlineProject/pdf/Advisory_Caution_For_Public.pdf MINISTRY OF EXTERNAL AFFAIRS CPV DIVISION ...... PUBLIC NOTICE No. CPV/PMU/551/10/11 30 May, 2014 It has come to the Ministry’s notice that some private portals/individuals have been claiming that they are ‘recognised /authorised’ by the Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, to extend passport assistance to the public. The Ministry hereby makes it clear that the passport portal (www.passportindia.gov.in) is the only Government portal offering passport services to citizens within India. The portal is web-based and can be accessed by anyone, anytime, anywhere for seeking passport services. There is no system in place to ‘recognise/authorise’ any individual or any travel agency in this regard in the country. Any one dealing with such fraudulent portals/advertisers/claimants, will do so at his/her own risk and consequence. =============== This is probably a result of countless RTIs filed by me regarding "recogonised/authorised" agents. Generally these were touts who acted in collusion with the RPO staff. In fact the situation in Hyderabad RPO was so bad under the previous Passport Officer that when an citizen applied for a passport, the "information" would be leaked to a agent. The applicant would then get a call from the agent offering to expedite the process on payment of money. The RPO Hyderabad has now got a service desk manned by es serviceman who help complete the application process - for a very small fee. But we Indians are very smart.....the business of agents has now been taken over by Internet Cafes....who help get people appointments in PSKs - also in collusion with the RPO staff and sadly even the TCS staff.