You must Sign In to post a response.
  • Category: Orissa Updates

    Odisha, at first position in administrative reforms

    Recently a survey was conducted by 'The Sunday Indian' of Arindham Choudhury and team, with Abacus Market Research, to rate the states in 10 different parameters of governance. As per the survey report Odisha is at first position in 'Administrative Reforms', whereas, last in 'Public Health System'. Regarding Administrative reforms, Bihar is at 2nd, followed by Gujarat (3rd), Tripura (4th) and Punjab (5th). It is really matter of proud that due to Naveen Patnaik's clean or dirt-free strategy, Odisha's administrative system has become an illustration for others. As per the other rating scores, Odisha is at good except Public Health system, Public Distribution service and Investment in the state. Odisha got an average score of 64, being good at Communal Harmony, E-Governance, Environmental Awareness, Girl Child Education, Industrialization, and Law & Order.
  • #1621
    Hi Naresh,

    It is really a very good news. Thanks for making us update regarding the survey report. Top rank in Administrative Reports indicates a clean and clear administrative quality of honourable Naveen Patnaik. It is also good to hear regarding the ranking in all other areas except Public Health System, Public Distribution System and Investment. Of course it is a matter of concern. But as far as Investment is concerned, Shri Patnaik is trying to attract big corporate sectors for investment. I hope Odisha will also improve in Public Health and Distribution system in near future.

    Thanks & Regards

  • #1622
    Wow, it is a very surprised news that our state Odisha get first position in this section. I think every credit should go to our honorable chief minister Naveen Patanaik. His clean and corrupt free service able to bring every success to Odisha.
    With regards,

    (Expect for the best but prepare for the worst)

  • This thread is locked for new responses. Please post your comments and questions as a separate thread.
    If required, refer to the URL of this page in your new post.