‘My contribution to cleanliness of my office’ – DoR, CBDT, CBEC actively participate in ‘Swachh Bharat’ Programme

Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Finance
27-September-2014 17:08 IST

Department of Revenue, CBDT,CBEC and all their Attached and Subordinate Offices to Actively Participate in ‘Swacch Bharat’ Programme; Chalk-Out a Detailed Action Plan to make it a Great Success; ’Swachhta Shpath ‘ to be Administered to all the Officers and Staff on 2nd October, 2014.

Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance, Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) and Central Board of Excise and Customs (CBEC) along with their respective attached and subordinate offices have chalked-out a detailed action plan to make the Prime Minister’s ‘ Swachh Bharat’ programme a mass movement. Various steps have already been taken in this regard including creation of awareness among the staff to take pride in their premises and keep it neat and clean.

Revenue Secretary said that Department of Revenue is determined to make Swachh Bharat campaign a success in letter and spirit. A pledge ’Swachhta Shpath ‘ would be administered to all the officers and staff on 2nd October, 2014.This pledge would be preceded on the previous day by all the personnel cleaning-up their desks and office space as well as help in cleaning the premises outside their rooms. These efforts for cleanliness would be continued vigorously and monitored regularly by the senior officers.
The detailed action plan of the Department would be announced after the pledge on 2nd October, 2014 which would include among others awareness creation strategies like essay competition, cartoon, debate and skit competition etc. Topics like ‘ My contribution to cleanliness of my office’ and ‘Innovative Steps to keep my office neat and clean’ etc. will be included which will encourage good habits in the staff to involve them actively in this mass campaign. The action plan would also include time bound Division/section wise plans for completing the task of weeding-out of old and obsolete files and records among others.

Source: PIB

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