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Modi Government Introduces 'Delayering' and Other Reforms to Streamline Administration in India

  • Posted on March 29, 2023
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The Modi government is presenting changes to create the organizational framework in India more productive. The changes are a portion of the 'Secretariat Reforms' report distributed by the Office of Regulatory Changes and Open Grievances (DARPG) final month and are being actualized in 74 services and divisions.

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One of the key changes is the 'delayering' handle, which points to streamlining the development of records in services and divisions. Concurring with DARPG secretary V. Srinivas, a record ought to not move through more than four levels. This implies that joint secretaries will report straightforwardly to the secretary, and extra secretaries will work as heads of bureaus. The changes point to diminishing the number of levels through which a record moves, incrementing effectiveness in decision-making, and making the bureaucracy more independent.

The changes moreover incorporate the assignment of budgetary control to joint secretaries, beneath which significant officers can take choices on a project or a particular program rather than holding up for the record to be cleared. In expansion, the government has maximised the 'desk officer system' by selecting more officers and giving them impressive independence.

Concurring to the report, 97% of services and divisions have issued orders of appointment, and the work area officer framework has been actualized in 28 services and offices. The MEA has 264 work area officers, and the framework best epitomises the 'maximum administration, least government' approach.

The government points to exhorting services that no physical papers or receipts ought to be produced for inter/intra-ministerial circulation, and a record ought to not Move through more than four levels. Whereas 67 services have actualized the delayering handle, seven are however to do so.

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Modi Government

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