3Ts Conference begins at Secretariat: Odisha CM asks District Collectors
Bhubaneswar ,:11th June 2017 (By Prasant Kumar Bhuyan) Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik asked the collectors to focus on 3Ts — Technology, Teamwork and Transparency District Collectors’ conference began at the State Secretariat here at 10 am on Sunday. The conference, which focuses on 3Ts (Teamwork, Transparency and Technology) conceived by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik for governance, will continued for three days till Tuesday. people will be the focus of our administration,” he said. People come to different government offices with faith and belief in the delivery mechanism. He asked the collectors to try their best to vindicate that faith of people and never let their belief in the officers to be destroyed. The workshop has been divided into five groups of collectors. Collectors and Superintendents of Police (SPs) of all the districts have the meeting. Chief Minister Patnaik will address the DMs and SPs. Some of the major pro-people initiatives taken by the government including rural housing, water supply, paddy procurement schemes, the schemes relating to farmers, Chief Secretary Aditya Prasad Padhi and Secretaries of all the departments will remain present. Progress in implementation of various Government schemes and faults in them would be discussed in detail facilities for the students, municipal services, youth & skill development, implementation of Forest Rights Act June 30 for improving service delivery.“Feedback from people will also be obtained for improving service delivery. For this a web portal for collecting feedback from citizens has also been developed suggestions received from the citizens will be duly considered for improving our reach to people,” the CM said.He will review the performance of collectors about improvement achieved by them through the use of 3Ts formula.“I will be reviewing the performance of collectors regarding improvement in Public Service Delivery through the use of 3Ts on a regular basis,” he said at the workshop said that he will be informed about the issues instead of directing the collectors for the execution of programmes.“You wear two hats…you are the person who has expectations from the government and you are also the government from whom people have lots of expectations. What would you expect from a citizen centric government?