Time and Tide wait for no man: Chief Minister

Press Release (IPR)

As a follow up of the declaration made at the recently concluded Budget Session to complete the task within 100 days a meeting on Task for each department for 100 days was convened here at Chintan Bhawan, Gangtok today.

The meeting was Chaired by the Chief Minister Pawan Chamling and was attended by Speaker, SLA, Dy. Chairman, State Planning Commission, Cabinet Ministers, MLA’s, Chairpersons, Adyakshas, Upadhyakshas, Chief Secretary, Director General Of Police, Secretaries and Heads of various government departments and representatives of Panchayats.

The Chief Ministers Office had taken out a book of compendium of activities to be taken up during these 100 days by each and every department of the state government. The activities included various activities related to poverty free state to Kutcha house free state and slum free mission adopted by the government. The bottoms up policy of the government with special impetus on Gram Sabha for micro planning of the schemes to completion of PMGSY within 100 days are also included in the book.

100 days task meeting

Officials present during meeting

The book has in it the policy of the government, the objective of the scheme and the time frame for its completion. The book is in itself a guiding principle for the departments and the Chief Minister was very serious while reading the books for all assembled there for the meeting.

The year 2011-12 being declared the Year of Innovation for the State of Sikkim every end line of the road map for each department specially mentions, “Innovative schemes to be brought forward before the Government. Credit will lie on such innovative schemes.” Monitoring and evaluation of all the schemes have been given special emphasis and “should be done at the level of the Head of the Department” the book says.

The Chief Minister started his address by saying that time and tide wait for no man and therefore, there is no rest for me, for you and no rest for out thought processes. While addressing the gathering he said that the government has communicated the commitment in considerable detail and length which shows the concern and seriousness towards the task of fulfilling both the long term and sort term goals laid by the government.

The Chief Minister further said that the government has already announced seventeen Missions during the last financial year as a road map of development in various sectors providing for total literacy, green mission, organic mission, poverty free mission etc. which have to be completed at all costs. He further stressed that our officials will have to discharge their duties for translating the missions in reality with more sensitivity and human touch. The Chief Minister also urged for more innovative, imaginative and fully grounded thinking on the real life situation.

The meeting also saw an interactive session which was participated by the Heads of various departments.

Zilla Adyaksha (E) Bimal Dawari, Secretary, Health, V.B.Pathak, District Collector (W) Shanta Pradhan and BDO,Ravangla Miss Tshewang Doma also shared their views on the 100 days task laid by the government.

Pic Courtesy: Naresh Chettri



  • Monica Subba

    Good going, hope all the department heads and officials will work with sincerity and the locals will co-operate to fulfill the 17 mission. \m/

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