Session on Social Sector for Civil Service Day

Civil Services Day is organised on 21st April every year, when civil servants re-dedicate themselves to the cause of the citizens and renew their commitment to public services. The ...

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Session on  Social Sector for Civil Service Day

Civil Services Day is organised on 21st April every year, when civil servants re-dedicate themselves to the cause of the citizens and renew their commitment to public services. The 9th Civil Services Day in the series is being organized on 20-21st April, 2015 at Vigyan Bhavan New Delhi.

The objective of this Conference is to discuss and deliberate on important aspects impinging on Civil Services, share lessons learned and exchange ideas. Inputs for the proposed Session on Social Sector of the Conference are sought from civil servants and public at large on the following points:

Health

1. What are the three main challenges in ensuring quality and affordable health care – in rural and urban India?
2. What are the major gaps in healthcare for women? What needs to be done on priority and how?
3. Infrastructure for health – how do we enlist participation of private sector in reaching out to people, role of PPPs? What has the international experience been?

Education

1. Is our education system given the necessary focus on improving Learning Outcomes? What needs to be done in this regard? How do we bring in participation and accountability?
2. Beti bachao, BetiPadao – what are the main challenges? How do we plan and tackle them medium term and long term?

Nutrition

1. What is the main cause for malnutrition in India? How are we geared up to tackle this?
2. How does literacy help in overcoming health issue including malnutrition amongst the poor?
3. What has been the international experience in tackling malnutrition?

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SARDAR GYAN RANJAN 3 years 3 months ago

सर,हालांकि विश्व में हमारी छवि दिन पे दिन अच्छी हो रही है किन्तु अंदुरुनी हालात सबको पता है
शिक्षा,स्वास्थ्य का स्तर लगातार गिर रहा है|संशाधन की कमी है ये अलग मुद्दा है किन्तु जो है उसको तो बेहतर किया जा सकता है।हमारी नियामक संस्थाओ को मजबूत बनाने की जरूरत है।गावों में अस्पताल के डॉक्टर गैरहाजिर हो अपना अस्पताल खोल गोरखधंधा कर रहे उनपर निगरानी की सख्त जरूरत है।ऐसे जगहों पर सबसे पहले बायोमेट्रिक अटेंडेंस की ब्यवस्था की जरूरत है।लचर नियामक व्यव्श्था को सुदृढ़ करने पर ध्यान देना जरूरी है।

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Rahul Agrawal 3 years 3 months ago

Lot of social service schemes have a dud outcome on ground as lower level bureaucracy makes their rules and regulation. I remember a case where i have to run 7 times to get by child birth certificate. Some time its a time issue, They work half day, i had to go 4 km to pay rs 2 to the bank as fees, Even rules and procedures are clear they ask for extra document. What should happen is application should be created online and fees online

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pradeep Shah 3 years 3 months ago

As all know there is reservation category at every steps of Indian life, even the noble profession HEALTH SCIENCE, MAHARASHTRA has 53% category reservation, above MARATWADA, VIDARBHA reservation.
Then why there is no reservation in LOK SABHA, RAJYA SABHA & STATES VIDHAN SABHA why??? why???? why???????.
Respected, P.M. Mr Narendra Damodar Modi Sir, Pl. can you give reasons.

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pradeep Shah 3 years 3 months ago

We have stepped in 68th year of independence but our Indian baniya mind is way back in the 19th century. Why are the children of today punished for the deeds of their fore grandfather. The Knowledgeable & able are left for boot polish & the privileged reserved category unable clout the growth. How long the reservation category carry on...........

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sayed alam 3 years 3 months ago

Dear sir
Inclusive growth is essential for all the sections of the society. The two way planning process is the necessity of the present day i.e. multilevel planning as you are also getting valuable suggestion from the bottom to top from this web portal. Regards

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SUCHITRA RAGHAVACHARI 3 years 3 months ago

Sir, one way to overcome the shortage in rural health infrastructure will be to make rural health initiatives part of the CSR plan of corporate hospitals, private medical colleges, private labs, diagnostic centers and pharmaceuticals. Industries in SEZ's can have hospitals that also serve the local community.
As for women & girl children, village health nurses, midwife's, anganwadi workers can be trained & skilled to monitor their health, provide vaccination, check for anemia, worm infestations

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SUCHITRA RAGHAVACHARI 3 years 3 months ago

Sir, the western model of health delivery that we follow is not viable. We need to have 1.health post in all villages 2.trained village nurses 3.availability of life saving medicines 4.train ayurveda practitioners to meet basic medical needs 5.compulsory village service for every medical graduate, provided adequate infrastructure 6.compulsory immunisation 7.telemedicine facilities at all taluk hospitals 8.emergency ambulance facility in all districts with GPS 9.regular school health check ups.