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Bihar Govt. officers laud Madhya Pradesh government’s schemes & programmes

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By Pervez Bari


Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh government’s schemes, programmes and administrative arrangements are quite laudable.


This was observed by the officers of Bihar State Administrative Service who called on Minister of State for General Administration Kanhaiyalal Agrawal here today (February 24, 2912).


Minister of State Mr. Agrawal said that like Bihar, Madhya Pradesh government will also consider sending officers of its State Administrative Service for training in other states. He informed that the State Government has implemented welfare schemes for all the sections of society. Constant efforts are being made to ensure that the benefits of these schemes are delivered to the concerning people. Public Service Delivery Guarantee Act has been introduced in the state for making schemes’ benefits available to people within stipulated time-limit.
On being asked by the trainee officers, Minister of State Mr. Agrawal reportedly said that efforts are being made to ensure that Narmada Valley projects are completed on time.


Bihar’s trainee officers informed that Panchayat Raj arrangements are better in Madhya Pradesh. Website “Ideas for CM” is praise-worthy. They will make efforts to launch such a scheme in Bihar also. The trainee officers also described arrangements at the Academy as very good.


At the outset, Academy of Administration Director Rakesh Agrawal informed that 22 senior officers of Bihar State Administrative Service are being imparted training for two weeks since February 21 at the Academy. The trainee officers are being apprised of the State Government’s various schemes and programmes.


[Pervez Bari is a senior Journalist based at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. He is associated with IndianMuslimObserver.com as Bureau Chief (Madhya Pradesh). He can be contacted at pervezbari@eth.net]
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