Reforming Governance

To highlight how recent measures for reforming governance can potentially transform India in to a high growth economy capable of fulfilling the aspirations of people and facilitating achievement of not only Sustainable Development Goals by 2030.

  • Cooperative and competitive federalism
  • DBT and use of Aadhar
  • Outcome based monitoring
  • e-governance
  • Administrative reforms

Reforming Governance

Starting from biometric attendance of Government employees, digitalizing database of beneficiaries across all schemes, Aadhar number using for beneficiaries authentication and finally transferring the fund to Aadhar link bank accounts, various initiatives have made marked improvement in the way services are delivered to the public.

Reforming Governance
  • Number number of the initiative have been taken to foster cooperative federalism. As a strong state make a strong nation.
  • By increasing healthy competition through transparent ranking in various sector with a hand-holding approach. Some of the indices launched include health index, composite water management index, SDG index.
  • With Aadhar no firmly in a place specially in targeted delivery of subsidies, DBT continuous to make major inroads into policy and service delivery framework of the country.
  • over the last few years, there has been a structural change in the budget-making process with removal of plan/non-plan distinction and rationalization of Central in sponsored and Central sector schemes.
  • With the advancement in information and communication technology coupled with penetration of Aadhar and mobile phones, it has been possible to provide many public services through online mode.
  • Reforms in civil services are a continuous process and several initiatives have been undertaken.

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