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Monograph on Innovations in Public Administration Launched, ‘One India, One Team’ was the Inspiration, Says CBC Chairman

Speaking on the occasion, Union Minister Dr. Jitendra Singh emphasized the role of innovation and technology in addressing citizens' daily challenges, stating that innovation is not limited to scientists
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Prime Minister Mr. Narendra Modi’s goal of “Ease the Living” of Citizens through innovation and institutionalizing innovation in technological development was reaffirmed by Union minister Dr. Jitendra Singh, while speaking at the formal launching of the Monograph on Innovations in Public Administration complied by Capacity Building Commission (CBC) in New Delhi on 18 February.

According to him, the concept of innovation brings about social change in behaviour, which benefits society as a whole in many ways beyond just making life easier. “Many of these innovations are going to awaken our citizens with a lot of options that we have in the current milieu given the kind of technology available,” he said.

Dr. Singh also remarked that technology will enable governance and justice delivery systems to reach the most impoverished, marginalized groups, and rural women. He also stated, “Digital innovation will play an important part in the next decade for governance to transform India into a digitally empowered society and knowledge economy.”

“One India, One Team” serves as the inspiration for the monograph, according to CBC Chairman Mr. Adil Zainulbhai. For him the goal is to build a sizeable database of case studies so that civil servants at all levels and throughout all of India can access a repository of innovations and serve as an inspiration to other citizens.

The case study of onboarding local communities in Jammu and Kashmir near border areas on the Government E-Marketplace (GeM) portal for the purchase of locally produced goods like milk, fresh fruits, and vegetables as well as for the empowerment and upskilling of the local people, thereby showcasing the human face of the Indian Army, was mentioned by Mr. Praveen Pardeshi, Member, CBC.

Dr. R Balasubramaniam, Member of the CBC, stated that the Commission received 243 innovations from 25 states in 13 thematic areas, including agriculture, railways, livelihood, and water conservation. He stated that 15 of these innovations were included in the monograph following a three-layered rigorous selection process.


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