As part of Vibrant Gujarat 2011 Summit, the Government of Gujarat in association with ASSOCHAM and Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) will organize a discussion forum session on Good Governance at the GNLU campus tomorrow. The forum will be attended by the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Shri. Narendra Modi who will highlight various initiatives the state has taken to take governance to the next level. The forum will also see 14 participants from the field of government, business and academia converging from various parts of the country to debate on various topics ranging from policy reforms to environment and discussing strategies for Gujarat to maintain its edge in terms of its reputation as the best governed state in India. The forum will be attended by Shri. P N Roy Chowdhury, Principal Secretary, Department of Administrative Reforms and Training (ARTD) and NRG; Mr. Justice M.B. Shah, Former Judge Supreme Court of India; PK Laheri, Advisor, Torrent Ltd & Ex-Chief Secretary; Dr Manjula Subramanium, Vigilance Commissioner, Gujarat; Dr. DR Kaarthikeyan, President, Institute of Good Governance & Former Director, CBI, amongst others. The forum will be moderated by Mr. Senthil Chengalvariyan from CNBC TV 18. The forum is timely given the progress Gujarat has made in this regard. The Hon'ble CM's Office, Gujarat received the certification for ISO 9001:2000 on 2nd January, 2009 with its scope on administration and overall governance. On June 23, 2010, the CMO won the prestigious 2010 United Nations Public Service Award (UNPSA) for innovative use of information technology to address public grievances. The effective use of IT has played an important role in getting this recognition and the Government of Gujarat has sought to implement various e-Government strategies to achieve a positive transformation. Indeed, numerous e-governance initiatives such as Swagat Online, Gujarat State Wide Area Network, E-city and E-Dhara have been hallmarks of the Gujarat Government's efforts to provide good governance by improving transparency and accountability.
79 lakh children enrolled under Bal Aadhaar initiative in 4 months
Kudos PM @narendramodi Ji Govt #DigitalIndia @UIDAI enrolled Over 79 lakh children under Bal Aadhaar which works as a facilitator in availing several welfare benefits, and also works as a digital photo identity for children right from birth.https://t.co/n65lEKUhI1@PMOIndia pic.twitter.com/bOsg1BkxXw— Zahid Patka (@zahidpatka) August 16, 2022
#NewIndia— Dr. Swapnil Mantri (@drswapnilmantri) August 16, 2022
Over 79 lakh children enrolled under Bal Aadhaar initiative in 4 months. While 2.64 Cr children in the 0-5 age group had Bal Aadhaar by end of March 31, 2022, this number has increased to 3.43 Cr by end of July 2022. Kudos PM @narendramodi ji.https://t.co/qU4XdVKYZK pic.twitter.com/wFlUWkR6n0
Citizens appreciate PM Modi for bringing the country together with the brilliant initiative of Har Ghar Tiranga.
The Har Ghar Tiranga campaign has generated business of Rs 500 crore, the most clever economical move by our PM @narendramodi to accelerate the cashflow during the 75th Independence Day festival which was ironically celebrated by every religion. #Kudos— Digital Dakhale 🇮🇳 (@AdityaDakhale24) August 16, 2022
@narendramodi; @PMOIndia; @GauravT232014— YoursVD (@YoursVD) August 15, 2022
Respected Sir, many Thanks for the Har Ghar Tiranga campaign. It felt so proud to see around so many tricolors fluttering high & people actually flaunting it. Kudos to u for ur vision.
In Assam people coming out, rejoicing, celebrating. Independence Day was a day of complete Bandh in our growing up days, how things have changed now. Makes me very happy.— Shyamkanu Mahanta (@skmahanta2013) August 15, 2022
Kudos to Hon’ble PM @narendramodi for the idea of #HarGharTiranga,
Monuments across the globe were illuminated in tricolor yesterday. And quite frequently over the past few years. Kudos to the foreign affairs ministry, though it would have come at a fee.— Hiren (@hirenladva) August 16, 2022
When do we start illuminating our monuments in flag colors of our allies? @narendramodi
More than 6 crore #Tiranga selfies uploaded on #HarGharTiranga website— Pragativadi (@PragativadiNews) August 16, 2022
Guinness World Record of World’s ‘Largest Human Image of a Waving National Flag’ created in Chandigarh with the participation of 5,885 peoplehttps://t.co/RRrV6bvN9N