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Rupani asks each dept to install dashboard to monitor schemes

Press Trust of India  |  Vadodara 

Vijay has directed the authorities of each district and every department in the state to set up their own dashboards to monitor the progress of government schemes.

showcased the CM to the participants of the ongoing Chitan Shibir being held near here yesterday.

The CM was installed in Gandhinagar in May last year, which enables to monitor the district-level progress of the state governnment schemes.

"I directly monitor all the programmes and activities of the government through this dashboard," Rupani said during the event.

"The is the third eye. It will provide the details of what is going on from Lakhpat in border district of to Umargam in South Gujarrat," he was quoted as saying in a statement.

Rupani said his office has latest details of 1,700 parameters across the regional offices of 33 districts and 26 departments of the

Under the CM dashboard, 16 sectors, including revenue, agriculture, health, education, energy, roads and buildings, have been covered.

The said was playing a leading role in the country in good governance, and ease of doing

Chief Secretary J N Singh asked the participants, including bureacurates, district collectors, district development officers and heads of the various government departments, to make the system of dashboards more effective.

"This tool will help the district administration in giving the best performance. It will create an environment of internal competition," he said.

on special duty in CMO, D H Shah, said a dashboard has also been put up on the wall of Rupani's residence, so that he can monitor it.

The Chintan Shibir being held at the Fertilizer & Chemicals (GSFC) on the outskirts of the city will conclude today.

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First Published: Sat, June 09 2018. 16:21 IST