The Telangana government launched a web portal on 20th July, 2017 for IAS officers which is developed by Centre for Good Governance (CGG), Hyderabad. The web portal was launched by Chief Secretary S.P. Singh. CGG helped in digitalising few services through this portal like applying for leaves or communicate regarding any other service related matter. […]
Municipal Administration and Urban Development Minister KT Rama Rao on Thursday launched ‘Swachh Dhooth’ mobile app, which was developed by Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad. The idea is to encourage source segregation at the household level as part of Swachh Hyderabad initiative. Every month, one woman will be selected among the eligible households through a […]
As a part of implementing Telangana Government’s Safe, Smart and friendly policing, the Cyberabad Police has always been in the forefront in implementing technology initiatives in the service delivery to the public. Till now, for the submission of the applications to get permissions for the events, the organizers have to come to the Commissionerate in […]
The Electrical Inspectorate Department has developed online system, with the support of Hon’ble Special Chief Secretary, Energy Department, Government of Telangana and Principal Secretary, Industries chasing cell, CM office and with the help of Centre for Good Governance (CGG). Centre for Good Governance (CGG) was a nodal agency for Gov. of Telangana to develop system […]
Food Processing: Food processing involves any type of value addition to the agricultural produce starting at the post-harvest level. It includes even primary processing like grading, sorting, cutting, seeding, shelling, packaging, etc. Food Processing Industry is of enormous significance for development and employment generation because of the vital linkages and synergies that it promotes between […]
Mr Devi Prasad Juvvadi, Director, Agriculture, Human Development and Monitoring & Evaluation Groups, CGG, Hyderabad being a key Thought Leader speaking at a workshop on “Bangaru Telangana and Sustainable Development Goals” on 14th July 2017 about “Bridging Yield Gaps and Reducing Food Loss and Waste for Food Security in Bangaru Telangana”, along with other panelists Prof. Ajit Rangnekar (former Chairman, ISB), Mr Ramesh Datla (Chairman, CII South), Dr. Rene Berkel, UNIDO representative and Dr. Verick of ILO and Dr. Gautam Pingle of MCR HRD
CGG had a meeting on 30th June 2017 for the extension of Karnataka State ePASS with Sri Rajeev Chawla, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary to Government, Department of Personnel and Administrative Reforms (E-Governance), Government of Karnataka. After successfully running the project for 3 years by Centre for Good Governance, Karnataka State government will be extending the project. Mr R.Chakradhar who is the Senior Project Manager along with the ePASS team attended the meeting and discussed on extension and new features to be added.
Centre for Good Governance, Hyderabad as Nodal Training Institute to National Institute of Agriculture Extension Management (MANAGE), Hyderabad is organising the training and handholding component of Agri-Clinics and Agri-Business Centres Scheme (AC&ABC) of Govt of India. The main objectives of the AC&ABC scheme are to supplement the efforts of public extension system by providing extension […]