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Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Public Administration. Dr. Shashikala Sitaram ATI, Mysore. Brief details of the Nomination. Name of the Nominee Nominating Authority Category of the Nomination Officers of Central / State Government/ Individual.

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prime minister s awards for excellence in public administration

Prime Minister’s Awards for Excellence in Public Administration

Dr. ShashikalaSitaram

ATI, Mysore

brief details of the nomination
Brief details of the Nomination
  • Name of the Nominee
  • Nominating Authority
  • Category of the Nomination
    • Officers of Central / State Government/ Individual
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Area(s) under which nomination is made

  • Implementation of innovative scheme / project
    • Initiative- Personal monitoring of the implementation of the ongoing governmental policies to ensure result oriented goals
    • Ministry/ Department/ Organisation
    • Background of the Initiative ( Conceptualisation)
    • Motivator for the project initiative –(43 Lakh girl child not born)
purpose and priorities of the initiative
Purpose and priorities of the initiative

Primary objective:

  • To improve the sex ratio/ eliminate sex determination
  • To avoid female foeticide/infanticide
  • To avoid multiple sex selective abortion

Secondary Objectives:

  • reduce chances of maternal death
  • To provide a secure environment for the girl child
  • To motivate the families on the pride of having a girl child
  • To Prevent Child marriage
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Date of implementation of the initiative ( when, is it ongoing?)

  • Strategies adopted for bringing about the transformation and positive impact

(Rigorous monitoring)

  • Early ANC registration with an aim of 100 percent coverage.
  • Audit of all 2nd trimester abortion
  • Audit of all male children born in a month
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  • ANM and Anganwadi worker driven contact program against female foeticide/infanticide.
  • Attendance in monthly review meetings by Collector is mandatory for all VHS/ Anganwadi workers.
  • Creating a team of four health professional for Coordination with the Four Taluks and compiling and consolidating the data for presentation to Collector and elsewhere.
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Measures taken to create a positive impact on the people

  • Convergence of other department schemes to dovetail with government’s programs targeted for girl child
  • Campaign against sex determination/ child marriage/ maternal death/ nutritional supplementation.
  • Generating awareness through Panchayati Raj institutions through regular meetings
  • Use of ICT material for explaining about program of the govt and impact f Child Sex ratio during the routine door o door visit of Anganwadi workers has also been incorporated as a routine part of their activity.
  • Other measures ( capacity building, coordinatioin with other district officers, SHG involvement)
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Role of various stakeholders

  • Building perceptible systemic changes –

* a systematic procedure for collection storage and maintenance of various data including registration, check up

* Review at the DCs meetings

  • Making public delivery systems efficient
common parameters
Common parameters
  • Increased transparency & stakeholder participation
  • Ensuring Sustainability
  • Innovativeness of Idea and its Replicability
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Increased efficiency of processes and effectiveness of outcomes

  • Display of leadership / Team Work
  • Other factors which speak of the positive nature of the initiative
other details
Other details
  • Recognitions for the Initiative
  • Conclusion
  • Recommendation
  • Duration of the spot study
  • Villages / Places visited during the Spot Study
  • Stakeholders met

Representing the DARPG

Representing LalBahadurShastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie