Effective public service delivery through innovative governance knowledge exchange
Effective public service delivery through innovative governance knowledge exchange
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NERCORMP, a joint development project of IFAD and Government of India, works towards the objective of creating livelihood for vulnerable groups while contributing to environmental conservation.
SABRAS, a social enterprise, aims to improve lives of salt producing community by enhancing their access to market and utilizing solar technology.
This paper highlights the revival of public distribution system (PDS) in Chattisgarh, Orissa and other states; its success is attributed to state-level reforms that have focused on extending coverage, improving delivery and increasing transparency.
The Indian government is considering a proposal to set up a National Social Security Authority for providing social security benefits to workers from the unorganized sector.
Workshop on social accountability [Events & Announcements]
The Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances is organising the workshop focusing on formulating and integrating tools like participatory budget and social audit at both policy and implementation levels in the social sector.
The event will analyse the impact of technology and innovation on social change, particularly through social entrepreneurship. It will also highlight the existing innovative practices, need for collaboration and community participation.
This initiative was conferred Bronze award in the category of “Innovative Use ICT by PSUs for Customers’ Benefits” in the National e-Governance Awards, 2013. [Uploaded on 27.06.2013]
BANCON 2011 [Events & Announcements]
The annual Bankers’ Conference (BANCON) organised by the Indian Banks’ Association will bring together top bankers to discuss on catalysing growth by unlocking financial saving, enterprise risk management and profitable financial Inclusion models.
This document provides a basic framework and guidelines for using social media tools for official purposes by government departments in India. It provides in depth details about the types of social media and challenges in their use.
The report is based on World Bank Enterprise survey that studies corruption in infrastructure sectors and reveals that the natural monopoly characteristics of infrastructure provide the opportunity to extract bribes.

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