Strategic collaboration between the Government of Haryana, Ashoka University and Samagra to promote good governance across the state.
The Chief Minister's Office, Haryana has started a program in collaboration with Ashoka University and Samagra to drive delivery of initiatives of the state govt. through young professionals posted in the 22 districts of Haryana. The CMGGA associates use a systems change approach to develop innovative solutions to the unique challenges and problems faced in each different area. Throughout this process they work closely with the district administration and Chief Minister's office to ensure viability and sustainability of their ideas. The key objectives of the program are:
Diagnosing citizen services in Registration & Licensing Authority offices in all the 22 districts of Haryana. A set of recommendations were implemented to make driving license application process simpler and more efficient.
Building of a Central Police Control Room to handle all emergency calls in Haryana. The calls will be directed to scientifically mapped police personnels who are in the best position to assist in the situation.
Rehabilitation of all the stray cattle in Haryana so as to prevent accidents on roads as well as avoid destruction of crops and farmlands
Institutionalisation of a regular review mechanism of citizen grievances. A mechanism for classifying, monitoring and responding to complaints was put in place.
Diagnosing and solving the problems in the on-ground functioning of the power department of Haryana with the overall aim of providing 24*7 electricity to all the villages of Haryana.
Introduction of various improvement in the model of Atal Sewa Kendras to make it more lucrative for entrepreneurs to invest in them. An Atal Seva Kendra (CSC) is multiple-services-single-point model for providing government services to citizens in their own localities.