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Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways Drives Special Campaign 3.0: A Comprehensive Overview

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Revamping the Work Environment, Clearing Public Grievances, and Promoting Efficiency

In a determined effort to enhance efficiency, clear public grievances, and create a cleaner workplace, the Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways has launched Special Campaign 3.0. This campaign, which kicked off on September 15, 2023, is designed to tackle a range of objectives, from disposing of redundant materials to addressing public grievances. As the main phase unfolds from October 2, 2023, to October 31, 2023, let’s explore the key highlights and accomplishments of this comprehensive initiative.

Streamlining the Documentation:

The Ministry has put a strong focus on reviewing and optimizing its document management system. Of the 24,215 physical files, an impressive 24,023 have already been reviewed. The campaign’s weeding-out process identified 6,847 files for disposal, with 1,857 files successfully removed from the records. The digital realm also underwent transformation, with 13,848 E-files under review. A total of 1,012 E-files have been reviewed, and 7,538 have been closed, simplifying the digital landscape.

Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways Drives Special Campaign 3.0, A Comprehensive Overview, Maritime News (3)

Driving Awareness Through Social Media:

To amplify awareness about Special Campaign 3.0, the Ministry took to social media platforms. Over 50 posts were shared on platforms like Twitter (now known as X), Facebook, and Instagram, leveraging the official handles of the Ministry and its Autonomous Bodies. These efforts have been instrumental in educating the public about the ongoing campaign and its goals.

Promoting Cleanliness:

Cleaning initiatives have been underway at 94 out of 97 designated sites. The results are significant, with a total of 1,421 square feet of workspace cleared so far. This cleanliness drive not only creates a more organized environment but also contributes to the well-being of the Ministry’s workforce.

Remarkable Progress in Grievance Resolution:

The Ministry has made great strides in addressing public grievances. Out of 91 identified Public Grievances targets, 90 have been successfully handled. Furthermore, the Ministry achieved 6 out of 9 targets in PMO References, ensuring that critical issues referred to the Prime Minister’s Office were duly addressed. Similarly, out of 59 References from Members of Parliament, 47 have been satisfactorily resolved.

Parliamentary Commitments and Beyond:

The Ministry set ambitious targets in the Parliamentary Assurance category, aiming for 42 resolutions; 37 of these targets have already been met. The campaign also extended its impact to all 4 IMC References (Cabinet Proposals) and 7 State Government Reference targets, achieving each objective with precision.

Revenue Generation Through Scrap Disposal:

One notable financial achievement of Special Campaign 3.0 is the revenue generated through the disposal of scrap and redundant materials. The Ministry has earned a remarkable INR 1,17,09,095, effectively transforming idle resources into valuable assets.

As the campaign enters its main phase, the Ministry is actively engaged in fulfilling its commitments, addressing grievances, enhancing efficiency, and creating a more efficient and organized work environment. Special Campaign 3.0 continues to underscore the Ministry’s unwavering dedication to achieving its objectives and fostering a culture of excellence.

Ministry of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways Drives Special Campaign 3.0, A Comprehensive Overview, Maritime News (1)

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