Session on Social Sector for Civil Service Day

Session on  Social Sector for Civil Service Day
Last Date Apr 07,2015 18:30 PM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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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 ...

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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sureshbabu PV 5 years 4 months ago

Sir I was listening your yesterday's speech in Bangalore on subsidiary of Gas Cylinders and you urged people in high society / Civil servants officials to leave from gas subsidiary. Sir, in Bangalore Karnataka Govt increased benifits for MLA up to 100%. Why can you urged at least BJP MLA/ MLC/MP/corporator who had declared asset before EC those who won or defeat to declare free from subsidiary of Gas. We have to show from our politicians as example from others. Later the civil sevents will obay.

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BHARAT BHUSHAN GARG 5 years 4 months ago

मोदी जी आपसे अनुरोध है की भारत की गरीब जनता को समृद्ध बनाने के लिए एक
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chandana sah 5 years 4 months ago

there should be policy for every school to maintained a good number of stock of course books for students.Which they should issue to each student in every class of particular yearly session, then that books should be submitted by students to the school after getting promotion to higher class.In this way same book can be reutilized easily and smartly which will lead our contry to save money on printing same book every year and ultimately we will able to save tree as well.

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chandana sah 5 years 4 months ago

begging should be banned and it should be treated as crime.Instead all beggars should be employed as cleaners of that area or any other job in that area.Every school weather private or government should have the policy of giving free education of atleast ten beggar children in every one year session.

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PRAHALAD KUMAR YADAV 5 years 4 months ago

Kindly start anti corruption help line specially in Rajasthan monitored directly from CM Office.
There is much corruption in government offices of Rajasthan such as electricity, police, revenue, , health departments etc.

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Priya Pandey 5 years 4 months ago

In Government schools,sanitation problems are faced by girls due to negligence in providing toilets which also effects the girl's education because of this they don't want to go to schools. And due to unhygenic bathrooms,health is also badly affected.So sanitation is concerned with all the aspects of individuals and their multi-dimensional growth regarding health,education,environment,agriculture etc. Therefore this is a very vital issue to discuss.

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Donal 5 years 4 months ago

Actually i want to Discuss with Our Gov that Modi Sir Has been started a new theme of cleaning India. but whem we look around then no where places are clean i just want to ask to our govt that is that theme started only for the posh areas if for the posh area then where the area will go. in the poor or cheap areas lot of Road are braked, water supply is not good, we are also a human being, we also want some faclities. please do needfull.