100 Public Service Centres by June - India
- Monday, 27 February 2012
- Written by Administrator
Institutionalising delivery of public services in the State, at least 100 Public Service Centres will start functioning by June this year.
Software for public service management for these centres will be developed in next two months, informed an official during a meeting of Public Service Management department.
During the meeting, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan reviewed the progress of public service delivery arrangements and discussed its action plan.
Chouhan said that officers found guilty of negligence in the delivery of public services will have to pay fine. Besides, disciplinary action will also be taken against them.
Informing about the constitution of public service centres and their functioning, the meeting was informed that applicant will move an application, for public service at the public service centre, which will be forwarded to the officer concerned.
After necessary action, documents pertaining to delivery of service will be sent to the public service centre concerned from where the applicant can collect the same. Centres’ functioning will be constantly monitored. Monitoring of applications’ disposal will also be made through specially-developed software.
The Chief Minister instructed to issue guidelines to all the departments delivering public services about constitution and functioning of public service centres. It was informed that setting up of public service sub-centres is also under consideration.
The meeting was attended by Public Service Management Minister Brijendra Pratap Singh, Principal Secretary Public Service Management Iqbal Singh Bains and Principal Secretaries of the departments concerned.Last Updated on Monday, 27 February 2012 16:28