After two months of the release of Antyodaya Saral, an initiative using the Haryana Government that promised 485 offerings of 37 departments online, it has emerged that the printing and stationery department, in spite of providing just one service, is the worst performer.
According to the records until March 1, out of the 83 pending packages, seventy seven (92.8 %) are jogging at the back of the “proper to service” (RTS) timeline at the printing and stationery department. It has the lowest rating of 2.9 amongst all departments imparting services online.
The transport branch, which gives 22 offerings, is the second one worst with 29,281 applications (fifty seven.8 %) jogging behind the RTS timeline out of the 50,687 which might be pending. It has a score of merely 5.
Under Antyodaya Saral, launched on December 25, 2018, you can make online software or visit facilitation centers at district headquarters, subdivision and tehsil degrees for services or schemes provided using numerous departments. There is a provision of online fame tracking and SMS updates. The approvals can be given online, and a rating is generated on the performance of departments and districts.
“Through the Antyodaya Saral platform, extensive records on the performance of departments and districts are being generated for residents availing a scheme or provider. The CM uses the department and district leadership forums to study performance. It ensures that blessings of schemes and offerings are attaining the citizens within time,” said Dr. Rakesh Gupta, Project Director, CM’s Good Governance Associates Programme, Haryana.
The Haryana Shehari Vikas Pradhikaran (HSVP), which offers fifty-two services, is the third worst because it has over 50% programs that haven’t been addressed. It has three,048 pending applications, and 1,536 (50.4%) are in the back of the RTS time table.
However, the agriculture department, which gives eight offerings, is the excellent performer with just 11 packages (zero.2 %) delayed out of a complete of 5,829 pending ones. It has a score of 10. The rating is calculated thus: 0.7x percentage of the pending application within RTS+ 0.3x percent of programs completed within RTS x 10
The Haryana State Agriculture Marketing Board (HSAMB) is the second one high-quality with a rating of nine. Nine. It has no application pending.