In a significant push for an active way to deal with administration, the Modi government is intending to rope in young professionals, look for ideas from retiring officials and utilize innovation for project observing, other than different strides to be administered by eight different teams involving individuals from the whole Council of Ministers, said sources.
The 77 ministers have been partitioned into eight teams to foster technology based resources, make a pool of experts for enrolling in their teams and other similar drives to be taken on in the workplaces for all ministers, workplaces to bring more straightforwardness and further improve and productivity of the Modi government, the sources further said.
This activity of separating the ministers into eight teams was finished after ”Chintan Shivirs” (meetings to generate new ideas) of the whole council that were led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, with each meeting going on for almost five hours.
A sum of five such meetings were held – one each on Personal Efficiency, Focused Implementation, Ministry Functioning and Stakeholder Engagement, Party Coordination and Effective Communication and lastly on Parliamentary practices.
The last brainstorming session was likewise attended by the Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and Rajya Sabha Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu.
All of these meetings were mainly centered around working on the effectiveness and the delivery system of the Modi government. The formation of teams is one more advance toward that path, extensively zeroing in on generally improvement in the administration by making ministers more active, said sources.
All of the 77 ministers are part of the one of the wight teams formed, each involving nine to ten ministers with one Union minister assigned as a team organizer, the sources said.
Fostering an entry in each minister’s office that gives reports on the presentation of the Center’s leader plans and strategies, a dashboard for observing choices made by the particular ministers and a framework to plan meetings and overseeing correspondence are among the undertakings appointed to these teams.
They have likewise been approached to make profiles of all the districts, states and ministries and foster partnership programs.
One of the teams has been alloted to set up a system for making a team of somewhere around three young professionals with control over research, communication and other key regions, said the sources.
Similarly, a team has been allocated to make a portal that keeps up feedback and experiences of the retiring workers, said sources.
Union Ministers Hardeep Singh Puri, Narendra Singh Tomar, Piyush Goyal, Dharmendra Pradhan, Smriti Irani, Anurag Thakur are the ministers who are the facilitators of their respective teams, sources said.
They have been given this responsibility so they can share the good acts of their particular workplaces with other cabinet associates.
The majority of the ministers who had given introductions during the Chintan Shivirs have been given the responsibility of organizing their particular teams.
In the mean time, for attending these meetings to generate new ideas, Union Ministers on the guidance of Prime Minister Modi did carpooling with their cabinet colleagues from various ministries and hailing from various states.