New Delhi. Prime Minister Narendra Modi presided over a meeting of the Union Council of Ministers on Tuesday, dubbed the ‘Chintan Shibir’. He said that simplicity is living. Union Ministers Mansukh Mandavia and Dharmendra Pradhan presented skills and time management at the meeting. He said four more “thinking camps” would be conducted to further improve the governance system.
According to sources, four more such sessions will be held where various Union Ministers will present. The two ministers shared good practices on time management, efficiency, root cause analysis and selection of private employees. Apart from this, some basic issues like dealing with people, responding to letters were also shared in their presentation.
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I remember Manohar Parikar
At the meeting, Modi asked the ministers to learn from the best practices of their colleagues. Recalling the late Union Minister Manohar Parrikar, the Prime Minister said simplicity is the way of life.
Modi spoke of the banquet meeting, reminiscent of the days in Gujarat, where everyone brought their own food to the meeting and shared ideas with the food.
The meeting lasted for about five hours in the auditorium of the Rashtrapati Bhavan.
According to sources, the meeting was called ‘Chintan Shivar’, a contemplative session for the overall improvement of efficiency and governance. He said the Prime Minister holds regular meetings of the Council of Ministers, where various ministries present important issues. The meetings help the ministers to keep themselves updated with various welfare schemes run by the government.
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