The Punjab Governance Reforms Commission (PGRC) was established on 8 January 2009 and again reconstituted in 2012 by the Government of Punjab, India, under the chairmanship of Parmod Kumar, a social scientist and director of the Institute for Development and Communication in Chandigarh.
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Manager, Technical Asst Vacancy 2020
Brief Information of this Sarkari Job in 2020
Directorate of Governance Reforms (DGR), Punjab has given an employment notification for the recruitment of Senior System Manager, System Manager, Assistant Manager, Technical Assistant vacancies. Those Candidates who are interested in the vacancy details & completed all eligibility criteria can read the Notification & Apply Online.
Vacancy Details of this Sarkari Job in 2020
|Sr.||Post Name||No.of Posts||Qualification||Age Limit|
|1||Technical Assistant||246||Be/ B.Tech (Relevent Experience)||18 to 37 Years|
|2||Assistant Manager||57||Be/ B.Tech (Relevent Experience)||18 to 37 Years|
|3||System Manager||19||Be/ B.Tech (Relevent Experience)||18 to 37 Years|
|4||Senior System Manager||02||Be/ B.Tech (Relevent Experience)||18 to 37 Years|
The commission’s main objective is to improve the welfare of the disadvantaged, marginalized and deprived sections of Punjab and to suggest changes in the processes, procedures, rules, regulations and design of the public services. Another objective of the commission is to make a paradigm shift away from the colonial era of governance, when “citizens were not trusted by the government, and services were provided as doles or khirat and citizens were treated like Riaia and administration as Mai Baap”.
“The mandate of the Commission is to reduce the mistrust between the citizens and the government and protect dignity of citizens by identifying spaces, policies, processes and practices which perpetuate undignified exchange between the citizens and the state.” The commission has submitted nine reports to the state government, and the government has simplified and notified 206 services. These services are to be provided under the Right to Service Act 2011 enacted on the basis of recommendations of the PGRC. Of these services, 32 services relate to the home department, 30 services to health, 28 to local government, 14 to power and electricity, 12 to revenue, 14 to agricultural and mandi board, 9 each to social security and transport, 8 to technical education, and 7 relate to the welfare of SCs and BCs. All these services are delivered through Suvidha Centres, Farad Kendras and Sanjh Kendras specifically created for this purpose at the district and subdistrict level.
At the recommendation of the PGRC, the state government is creating 2174 Unified Citizen Service Delivery Centres (UCSDCs) in the state to further improve accessibility of services to citizens both in rural and urban areas. The composition, reports and activities of the PGRC are available at its website. Abolition of non-statutory affidavits in the state is one of the most important recommendations of the commission, for which Punjab has been conferred the “best governance practice” award by the Government of India. Punjab is the first state in India to abolish non-statutory affidavits. Other important recommendations of the commission implemented by the state government in the field of governance relate to the enactment of the Punjab Right to Service Act 2011 and the formation of the Punjab Right to Service Commission to ensure the delivery of services to citizens in a timely manner. To implement the recommendations of the PGRC notified under the Punjab Right To Service Act 2011, the state government has created a specific Department of Governance Reforms.