Haryana govt to commence fifth batch of CMGGA programme from July 21

Haryana govt to commence fifth batch of  CMGGA programme from July 21
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NEW DELHI: The Haryana government has announced the commencement of the fifth batch of Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates (CMGGA) Programme. The fresh batch will start from July 21.

The application process has started in online mode to invite candidates from across the country. Interested candidates can fill their applications by visiting the official website of CMGGA.

The programme is a strategic collaboration between Ashoka University and Government of Haryana to leverage the energy, creativity and skill of the youth to work on state priorities and push good governance.

The 25 selected candidates would be placed across 22 districts of Haryana and would be directly working with the Deputy Commissioner and administration to streamline the system and provide innovative solutions to revamp existing structures for increased productivity and enhanced citizen delivery.

The new batch will get an opportunity to work on different projects like improving sex ratio of the state, organ transplantation, anaemia reduction as well as solid waste management in Haryana.

Speaking about the new batch, Dr Rakesh Gupta, the program director of CMGGA from the Chief Minister’s Office in Haryana, said, “ CMGGAs of the current 2019-20 batch have provided crucial support to the district administration in Covid-19 crisis management by ensuring distribution of food supply, movement pass management over Saral portal, maintenance and services across shelter homes, online social media management offering psychological support to the citizens. The objective of the programme is to encourage young professionals to work directly with the government in ensuring efficiency and transparency in citizen service delivery across the state.”

Vineet Gupta, co-founder and trustee, Ashoka University, said “This fellowship has received a remarkable number of applicants over the last four years, thereby increasing the competitive levels. After an intense process of selection, 25 applicants are taken on board as part of the programme. A total of 100 associates from the last four years have made a palpable impact in Haryana across multiple domains.”

The interview process will be conducted in the month of July and the results of the final selected candidates will be announced at the end of June.

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