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MP Govt. to establish Atal Behari Public Administration Institute at Bhopal


Monday, December 21, 2009 10:11:01 PM, Pervez Bari

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Bhopal: The Madhya Pradesh Government will establish Public Administration Institute at Bhopal which shall be christened as Atal Behari Lok Prashasan Sansthan.

The above decision was taken at a cabinet meeting chaired by state Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan here on Monday. A bill to this effect will be tabled in the next session of the Vidhan Sabha.

According to an official spokesman the constituents of this institute will be School of Good Governance, School of Public Administration and Research etc. The detailed blueprint of the institute will be prepared separately. This institute will promote research in various aspects of public administration and will help improve efforts for good governance.

The cabinet decided to conduct tourism activities in all the reservoirs in the state. In the first phase, tourism activities will be started at four big reservoirs including Omkareshwar and Indira Sagar in Khandwa district, Gandhi Sagar in Mandsaur district and Bansagar in Rewa district. The activities will include water sports and plying of cruise. The Tourism Department will be declared as the nodal department for development of these tourism facilities.

The State level committees will have the powers to declare the Tourism Department as the nodal department for conducting public-private partnership schemes for developing tourism facilities in other reservoirs. The Tourism Department will be authorised for inviting private investments for conducting these activities. Any other department can neither seek private investments for these activities nor give permission for the same. The government lands near the dams and reservoirs can be transferred as per requirements of the Tourism Department. The concerning department will be able to transfer the building made for construction and maintenance of a dam to the Tourism Department free of cost.

The State-Level Committee constituted for Public Private Partnership will be authorised to take decisions where the need will arise for joint venture with Madhya Pradesh State Tourism Development Corporation instead of agreements with private investors and preparing tenders, terms of agreements etc. and endorsing departmental proposal. Generally, 5 percent of the funds received from project implementation (these funds will be included after 10 percent discount on the income in future) will be payable to Tourism Development Corporation but where the State Level Committees deem fit, it can also evolve a separate principle for determining the amount to be given to Tourism Development Corporation.

The cabinet has decided to implement the Bed and Breakfast Scheme for tourists facilities. Under the scheme, a property holder can offer part of his residence for lodging tourists and will also be able to provide basic amenities to them including food. The scheme will be implemented as per Bed and Breakfast Scheme of the Union Government.

The cabinet has endorsed the decision about Tuition Fees and Conveyance Allowance Scheme for disabled students. This scheme will be operational from academic session 2009-10 and will be implemented by Social Justice Department.

The students will have to produce concerning certificates and must be domiciles of Madhya Pradesh. The annual income of parents of such a student must not exceed Rs 96,000. Application will have to be moved to the concerning university.

The cabinet has endorsed the decision about administrative structure of the Tourism Development Corporation. In all, 1097 posts of various grades have been sanctioned in view improving administrative structure and tourism facilities. The cabinet has also endorsed the decision for direct recruitment to 173 posts in the Transport Department.








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