Published By : Admin | January 31, 2012 | 08:00 IST
A very fruitful meeting between Gujarat Chief Minister and Ambassador of Japan in Gandhinagar
Ambassador of Japan impressed with the quality of life and standards of infrastructure in Gujarat
Appreciates good governance initiatives of Gujarat
A fruitful meeting between Gujarat Chief Minister, Shri Narendra Modi and Amb ass ador of Japan Mr. Akitaka Saiki held in Gandhinagar at Chief Minister’s residence today morning in which a large number of issues were discussed. Both inter acted regarding mutu al p articipation and programmes between Japan and Gujarat including DMIC – DFC A joint venture Indo-Japan progress.
Ambassador of Japan said that Japanese industry and Government are looking forward to increase their involvement, participation and investment in Gujarat. Japanese industry is quite comfortable with the governance and culture of the Gujarat state.
He particularly emphasized the commitment of Japanese Government and industry towards development of Dedicated Freight Corridor and Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor. Ambassador of Japan also expressed that Japan and its companies would be happy to participate in infrastructure projects including desalination based water supply projects.
Chief Minister welcomed the Ambassador of Japan and expressed his keenness to promote Japanese investment in Gujarat. The Chief Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi also expressed his commitment towards making the Japanese industry comfortable in the State. He also reiterated that in this direction, Gujarat Government has planned to set-up two Japanese townships. He also added that two Japanese consortiums are already working on two eco-city projects. He further said that Gujarat Government is keen to promote environment friendly and sustainable urban as well as rural development. On this front, lot of initiatives have been taken which include water conservation, wind and solar energy, waste management etc. The Ambassador of Japan said that he would encourage Japanese companies to study these potentials particularly with a view to transfer the Japanese technology. The Ambassador also said that in this sixtieth year of Indo-Japan bilateral relation there is huge scope for Japan and Gujarat to work together. Chief Minister said that there is a strong traditional and cultural bond between Gujarat and Japan in the form of Buddhism and said that we can build upon this tradition for the welfare of people of the two regions.
During the visit to Gujarat, Ambassador of Japan had visited various places and projects of the State including Sabarmati River front Development Project, Science City, Mundra Port as well as Diamond Industries at Surat. He also visited the Gujarat National Law University and the Sabarmati Ashram. He had interaction with large number of people from the industry as well as officials of Government of Gujarat.
Ambassador of Japan and the accompanying delegation expressed their appreciation for the growth and development in the State of Gujarat. They were particularly impressed with the balanced growth model of the State. They also expressed their appreciation for good quality of life in the State including vibrancy and the cleanliness of the cities.
Distributes about 51,000 appointment letters to newly inducted recruits
“Devotion of the recruits to service will enable the country to accomplish its goals”
“Narishakti Vandan Adhiniyam is a new beginning for the nation in the new Parliament”
“Technology has stopped corruption, improved credibility, reduced complexity and increased comfort”
“Policies of government are based upon a new mindset, constant monitoring, mission mode implementation and mass participation, that has paved the way to accomplish monumental goals”
The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi addressed the Rozgar Mela and distributed about 51,000 appointment letters to newly inducted recruits via video conferencing today. The recruits, selected from across the country will be joining the Government in various Ministries/Departments including Department of Posts, Indian Audit & Accounts Department, Department of Atomic Energy, Department of Revenue, Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare among others. The Rozgar Mela is taking place at 46 locations across the country.
Addressing the gathering, the Prime Minister congratulated those who received their appointment letters today. He remarked that they are here due to their hard work and dedication and they have been selected from a pool of millions of candidates. Noting the festivities of Ganesh Utsav across the country, the Prime Minister said that it is the ‘Shri Ganesh’ of a new life for the appointees during this auspicious occasion. “Lord Ganesh is the God of accomplishments”, the Prime Minister said as he expressed confidence that the devotion of the recruits towards service will enable the country to accomplish its goals.
The Prime Minister said that the country is bearing witness to historic achievements. He mentioned the Narishakti Vandan Adhiniyam which has empowered half of the population. “Women reservation issue which was stuck for 30 years, has passed by both the houses with record votes. This decision took place in the first session of the new Parliament, in a way, it is a new beginning for the nation in the new Parliament”, Prime Minister Modi emphasized.
Acknowledging the significant presence of women among the new recruits, the Prime Minister said that daughters of the country are making a name in every sector. “I feel immense pride in the achievement of the Narishakti and it is the policy of the government to keep opening new avenues for their growth”, he said. The Prime Minister noted that the presence of women in any sector has always led to positive changes in every sector.
Referring to the soaring aspirations of the New India, the Prime Minister said that the dreams of this New India are lofty. “India has taken the resolve to become Viksit Bharat by 2047”, the Prime Minister remarked. He underlined that in the next few years, the nation will become the third-largest economy in the world where the government employees will have a lot to contribute in the coming times. He emphasized that they follow the approach of ‘Citizens First. Noting that today’s recruits grew up with technology, the Prime Minister stressed making use of it in their field of work and improving the efficiency of governance.
Further elaborating on the usage of technology in governance, the Prime Minister mentioned online railway reservations, the elimination of complexity of documentation by Aadhar Card, Digilocker, eKYC, gas booking, bill payments, DBT, and Digiyatra. “Technology has stopped corruption, improved credibility, reduced complexity, increased comfort,” said the Prime Minister, urging the new recruits to work further in this direction.
In the last 9 years, the Prime Minister said that the policies of the government are based upon a new mindset, constant monitoring, mission mode implementation and mass participation, and have paved the way to accomplish monumental goals. Giving examples of campaigns like Swacch Bharat and Jal Jeevan Mission, the Prime Minister highlighted the mission mode implementation approach of the government where efforts are being made to achieve saturation. He also informed that projects all across the country are being constantly monitored and gave the example of the Pragati Platform, which is being used by the Prime Minister himself. He emphasized that it is the government employees who shoulder the highest responsibility of implementing the government schemes on the ground level. He noted that the speed and scale of the policy implementation get a boost when lakhs of youth join government services, thereby leading to a boost in employment outside the government sector and the establishment of new employment frameworks.
Talking about GDP growth and the jump in production and exports, the Prime Minister mentioned the unprecedented investment in modern infrastructure. He talked about sectors like renewable energy, organic farming, defence and tourism that are showing a new vibrancy. India’s Aatmnirbhar Abhiyan is showing results in areas ranging from mobile phones to aircraft carriers, from corona vaccine to fighter jets. He said today, new opportunities are emerging for the youth.
The Prime Minister reiterated the importance of the next 25 years of Amrit Kaal in the lives of the country and the new recruits. He asked them to give the highest priority to teamwork. The Prime Minister said that the G20 became an event of our tradition, resolution and hospitality. This success is also the success of various public and private departments. Everyone worked as a team for the success of G20. “I am happy that today you too are becoming part of Team India of the government employees”, Prime Minister Modi said.
Noting that the recruits have an opportunity to work directly with the government, the Prime Minister urged them to continue their journey of learning and make use of iGOT Karmyogi Portal to further their knowledge in their areas of interest. Concluding the address, the Prime Minister congratulated the appointees and their families and urged them to take the resolve of a developed nation in the next 25 years.
The Rozgar Mela was held at 46 locations across the country. The recruitments are occurring across Central Government Departments and State Governments/UTs supporting this initiative. The recruits, selected from across the country will be joining the Government in various Ministries/Departments including the Department of Posts, the Indian Audit & Accounts Department, the Department of Atomic Energy, the Department of Revenue, the Department of Higher Education, Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare among others.
The Rozgar Mela is a step towards fulfilling the Prime Minister’s commitment to accord the highest priority to employment generation. The Rozgar Mela is expected to act as a catalyst in further employment generation and provide meaningful opportunities to the youth for their empowerment and participation in national development.
The newly inducted appointees are also getting an opportunity to train themselves through Karmayogi Prarambh, an online module on iGOT Karmayogi portal, where more than 680 e-learning courses have been made available for ‘anywhere any device’ learning format.