Government Schemes in India Current Affairs - 2020
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Government has released 2015 Calender with theme ‘Clean India, Green India’. It was launched by the Union Minister of Information and Broadcasting Minister & Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley
Calender focuses on the government’s flagship scheme Swachch Bharat- Clean India Programme with picture of Prime Minister Narendra Modi wielding the broom on the first page of the calendar.
Along with this printed calender, for the first time digital version of calender was lauched which includes mobile calendar app focusing governments another flagship scheme- Digital India.
The Directorate of Advertisement and Visual Publicity (DAVP) has developed the digital version of calender.
Digital version of Calender i.e. mobile app will feature latest tweets from the PMO, the YouTube channel of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, and the Press Releases on PIB website, All India Radio news, Doordarshan news, a list of government websites etc.
Tags: 2015 Calender Theme- Clean India Green India • Current Affairs - 2017 • Digital India • Directorate of Advertisement and Visual Publicity (DAVP) • Ministry of Information and Broadcasting
From 1st January 2015, Maharashtra government is allowing citizens to seek information under RTI Act, online
By launching the online RTI facility, state government is aiming to simplify the process of filing Right to Information (RTI) queries and ushering in transparency in the system.
From 1st January RTI online will be rolled out in the state secretariat and from 1st April it will be launched across the state in all government offices.
General Administration Department (GAD) of state government will take a lead in initiating the on-line services, which will then be followed by all departments of the state secretariat.
Present manual RTI system lacks accountability and credibility because if a person fails to get an answer within one month, he tries again, and this process goes on and on for certain queries.
But online facility will remove this drawback and the information under RTI will be provided to the seeker within a specific time frame.