Monday, July 28, 2014
Who is trying to create confusion among GDS Fraternity by spreading false news and false propaganda?
Where is the “Respectful Agreement” of Recognised GDS
Union of Mahadevaiah?
Mahadevaiah’s recognised GDS
Union claimed that he has signed a “Respectful Agreement with Department by agreeing for separate committee for GDS. Thus with the permission and approval of Mahadevaiah’s Recognised GDS Union, Government excluded GDS from 7th CPC.
NFPE, FNPO and JCM Staff side Demanded inclusion of GDS under 7th CPC. Mahadevaiah wrote to the Department not to allow NFPE & FNPO to take up GDS case.
Thus Mahadevaiah’s Recognised GDS
Union alone is responsible for Government’s refusal to include GDS under 7th CPC and Grant of Civil Servant Status.
Mahadevaiah is now telling that he will organize agitiational programmes for inclusion of GDS under 7th CPC.
After signing “Respectful Agreement” agreeing for separate committee what is the need for playing another Drama for inclusion in 7th CPC .
Who is cheating the GDS? Who is creating confusion among GDS?
Who is spreading False News?
Union has lost its credibility.
AIPEU-GDS (NFPE) IS THE ONLY GDS
UNION FIGHTING FOR THE CAUSE OF GDS JOINTLY WITH NFPE
AIPEU GDS (NFPE)
The portal MyGov, a platform that serves as a medium for the people, specially the youth, to connect with the Government actively and facilitates their engagement towards nation’s development was launched today. Briefing about the initiative, Shri R.S. Sharma, Secretary of the Department of Electronics and IT said that ‘MyGov’ empowers people to contribute towards good governance through various tasks and discussions.
MyGov presents an opportunity to the citizens to participate in multiple theme-based discussions and to share their thoughts and ideas with a wide range of people. Citizens can upload documents, case studies, pictures, videos, other work plans etc. on the platform. They can volunteer for various tasks and submit their entries. These tasks would then be reviewed by other members and experts. Once approved, these tasks can be shared by those who completed the task and by other members on MyGov. Every approved task would earn credit points for completed the task. National Informatics Centre (NIC), Department of Electronics and Information Technology would manage the poratal .
Groups and corners are an important part of MyGov. The platform has been divided into various groups namely Clean Ganga, Girl Child Education, Clean India, Skilled India, Digital India, Job Creation. Each group consists of online and on ground tasks that can be taken up the contributors. The objective of each group is to bring about a qualitative change in that sphere through people’s participation.
Shri Sharma, the Secretary Electronics and IT said that the platforms launched today – “Discuss” and “Do” – will take feedback from the community and improve on a continuous basis. He said that his department has plan to have a mobile app for mygov.in, wherein while on the move, the citizens will have the flexibility to take pictures from mobile and upload on the forum, report in-context problems and issues etc. He said that this platform may even be extended to act like public audit platform for government projects. For example, citizens giving feedback on status of completed infrastructure projects, on availability of various social sector programs etc, he added. http://mygov.nic.in
Shimla: Now, you can buy drinking water by using an ATM card in this Himachal Pradesh capital, the first in the state and perhaps in the country.
Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Monday opened the innovative water dispensing system at the Ridge to provide clean water to tourists and locals.
The machine will dispense a litre of water for 50 paise.
"If this pilot project is a success, more water ATMs will be installed in the prominent tourist destinations of the state," Virbhadra Singh said.
Non-profit group Piramal Sarvajal has put up the water vending machine, which can also be operated through prepaid cards.
"The ATM will operate round the clock and water will cost 50 paise per litre," the foundation said.
The group added it is extremely simple to use, as like any usual ATM, the customer swipes a prepaid card and chooses the amount of water he wishes to buy.
Similar machines will be installed at Shimla's old bus stand and Vikasnagar locality, Dharamsala and Mandi towns and at the famous Hindu shrine of Chintpurni in Una district under the build-operate-maintain-manage basis.