Home Affairs’ 2022-23 Monthly Drive for Pending Matters

Home Affairs’ 2022-23

Home Affairs’ 2022-23: The Ministry of Home Affairs initiated a Special Campaign spanning from November 2022 to August 2023, aimed at reducing pending matters and enhancing operational efficiency. This comprehensive effort encompassed 3,438 Swachhta (cleanliness) campaigns, with a strong focus on offices engaging with the public.

Efficiency Through Disposal

The campaign achieved remarkable efficiency gains by addressing a multitude of pending matters. During this period, 632 MP References, 37 Parliamentary Assurances, 6 Cabinet Proposals, 213 State Government References, and 47 PMO References were effectively resolved. Furthermore, a substantial 38,550 Public Grievances and 4,159 PG Appeals received between November 2022 and August 2023 were successfully handled. Additionally, the campaign led to the liberation of 25,504 square feet of office space within the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) offices.

Enhanced Coordination and Data Management

To bolster coordination among its divisions, the Ministry introduced an intra-Ministry portal, streamlining data management for the Special Campaign. This best practice ensured the acquisition of accurate and timely data, eliminating any delays.

Sustainability Commitment and Participation in Special Campaign 3.0

Buoyed by the successes of previous campaigns, the Ministry of Home Affairs is fully dedicated to actively participating in Special Campaign 3.0, orchestrated by the Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances (DARPG). Scheduled from October 2 to October 31, 2023, this new campaign aligns seamlessly with the Ministry’s drive to establish sustainable and environmentally friendly workplaces.

High-Level Supervision and Collaborative Endeavors

Special Campaign 3.0 receives meticulous high-level monitoring, underscoring its significance to all Central Armed Police Forces and Central Police Organizations. Collaborative efforts are encouraged, emphasizing optimal outcomes based on predetermined parameters.

Advocating Sustainable Workplace Norms: Home Affairs’ 2022-23

As the Ministry of Home Affairs strives for a more sustainable future, it lays particular emphasis on instigating shifts in attitudes and behaviors, fostering sustainable practices within workplaces. This commitment reflects a broader dedication to efficiency, environmental consciousness, and a brighter future for all.


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