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Ministry of Tourism Formulates Action Plan for Incredible India Bed & Breakfast /Home Stay Scheme
Jun 02,2016

Ministry of Tourism has formulated an Action Plan for n++Incredible India Bed & Breakfast /Home Stay Schemen++. The salient features of the Action Plan are as follows:-

1. As Home Stay / Bed & Breakfast is the need of the hour, it was decided to revisit the scheme guidelines and update it based on present and future requirements.

2. To ensure expansion of Home Stay Scheme in State where it is already prevalent and introduction where it is not there.

3. Move towards ease of doing business through rationalization of taxes, simplification of procedures etc.

4. Launch an aggressive marketing strategy to enlist more B&B Establishments.

5. Involve online travel agents in promoting this scheme and bring it on the fast-track.

6. Groups were constituted to study various aspects of this scheme and submit recommendations in a time bound manner.

The Ministry of Tourism organised a Workshop on Incredible India Bed & Breakfast /Home Stay Scheme here on 30th May 2016. It was chaired by Shri Vinod Zutshi, Secretary, M/o Tourism and attended by officials from various State Governments, representatives from Hospitality and Travel Trade Industry, CEOs of online travel agents and officials of the Ministry of Tourism.

This workshop was conducted with the prime objective of meeting shortage of rooms in accommodation sector - specially the budget category. As construction of hotels has a long gestation period, it was felt that the desired additional hotel capacity can be supplemented substantially by giving impetus to the Incredible India Bed & Breakfast Scheme of the Ministry of Tourism as well as similar schemes run by the State Governments and Online Travel Agents.

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Special Aadhaar Enrolment drive for Pensioners, from May 30 to June 10, 2016
Jun 02,2016

The Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) has launched a special enrolment drive for pensioners who are yet to enroll for Aadhaar. The drive is being conducted to enable Pensioners avail the convenience of Jeevan Pramaan, an initiative of Department of Pensions and Pensioners Welfare, Government of India.

Every year, pensioners need to provide a life certificate to an authorized pension disbursing agency such as a Bank, Post office etc., for receipt of pension. To get a life certificate the pensioner is required to either personally present oneself before the Pension Disbursing Agency or have the Life Certificate issued by the department/authority where they served earlier and have it delivered to the disbursing agency. This entails considerable hardship to the senior Citizens.

Jeevan Pramaan, a digital life certificate which utilises the Aadhaar identity platform, addresses this very problem by digitizing the whole process of securing a life certificate. A pensioner just needs to biometrically authenticate at the nearest centre. After successful authentication, the digital life certificate is stored in a Life Certificate Repository, which can be accessed by the Pension Disbursing Authority.

To facilitate pensioners to avail the facility of Jeevan Pramaan, which is based on Aadhaar Identity platform, UIDAI and Department of Pensions and Pensioners Welfare have taken initiative to carry out special enrolment drive for Pensioners through banks which are Registrars for enrolment for Aadhaar as well as Pension Disbursing Authorities.

The banks which include names like State Bank of India, Punjab National Bank, Bank of Baroda, Allahabad Bank, Canara Bank, have also been asked to conduct special Aadhaar seeding camps where Pensioners will be requested to provide their Aadhaar details to their respective banks from which they draw pension so that they can get a digital life certificate - Jeevan Pramaan.

The enrolment drive and the Aadhaar seeding camp is being run from May 30 to June 10, 2016.

n++We hold special enrolment drives to help people who are yet to enrol for Aadhaar. This particular exercise has been initiated to make sure pensioners get an Aadhaar number if they still dont have one and seed the Aadhaar details of pensioners so that they can get a Jeevan Pramaan,n++ said Director General & Mission Director of UIDAI, Dr. Ajay Bhushan Pandey.

So far over 15.41 Lakh pensioners have already registered for the Aadhaar-enabled Jeevan Pramaan service.

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Cabinet approves setting up of India Post Payments Bank
Jun 02,2016

The Union Cabinet under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for setting up the India Post Payments Bank (IPPB) as a Public Limited Company under the Department of Posts, with 100% Government of India (GOI) equity.

The total expenditure involved in this project is Rs 800 Crore. All citizens, especially 40% of the countrys population that is outside the ambit of formal banking in the country will benefit from this project. The project will be rolled out in the entire country in a phased manner.

The IPPB will obtain banking licence from RBI by March 2017 and by September 2017, its services will be available across the country through 650 payments bank branches, linked post offices and alternative channels riding on modern technology including mobiles, ATMs, PoS/ m-PoS devices etc and simple digital payments.

The proposal will further the cause of financial inclusion by providing basic banking, payments and remittance services and facilitate financial services like insurance, mutual funds, pensions and access to credit in tie-up with third party financial providers with special focus on rural areas and the unbanked and under-banked segments. It will generate new employment opportunities for skilled banking professionals and will generate opportunities for propagating financial literacy across the country. It will create the largest bank in the world in terms of accessibility and in time, will encourage the move towards a less cash economy.

Background

Setting-up of the IPPB to further financial inclusion was one of the budgetary announcements during 2015-16. The Department of Posts had obtained the in-principle approval of the RBI in September 2015 to set up the India Post Payments Bank. The India Post Payments Bank will leverage the Departments network, reach, and resources to make simple, low-cost, quality financial services easily accessible to customers all over the country.

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Cabinet approves Procurement Quota to M/s. ITI in procurements made by BSNL, MTNL and BBNL
Jun 01,2016

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has approved the proposal of Department of Telecommunications regarding continuation of reservation quota for M/s. ITI in procurements made by BSNL, MTNL and Bharat Broadband Network (BBNL). The approval consists of the following:

i. To continue the Reservation Quota policy for M/s. ITI Ltd. by reserving:

a. 30% of the procurement orders placed by BSNL, MTNL and BBNL for M/s. ITI for the products manufactured by it and for those outsourced items in which there is a minimum 5% value addition by M/s. ITI during 2016-17 and 8% value addition in 2017-18 and

b. 20% of the orders for the turn key projects [like GSM (Global System for Mobile Communication) network roll-out etc. of BSNL & MTNL and National Optical Fibres Network (NOFN) network roll-out, etc. of BBNL].

ii. ITI would accept orders under reservation quota only after the price is known and if the same is commercially viable.

iii. ITI shall exercise its option under Reservation Quota within 15 days of bid opening.

iv. The aforesaid policy measures shall remain in force for a period of two years with effect from the date of approval of CCEA and shall again be reviewed considering the financial health of ITI after the expiry of this period. However, it is mentioned that the Government has introduced Public Bill 2012 in Parliament, and under the provisions thereof, procuring entities, including CPSEs, would have to frame Rules for Public Procurement of Goods, Works and Services. Once such Public Procurement Rules for CPSEs are framed after the enactment of Public Procurement Act., the same would also be applicable to CPSEs under the administrative control of the Department of Telecommunications.

The extension of the benefit of:

i) 30% of the procurement orders placed by BSNL, MTNL and BBNL for M/s. ITI for the products manufactured by it and for those outsourced items in which there is a minimum 5% value addition by M/s. during 2016-17 and 8% value addition in 2017-18 and

ii) 20% of the orders for the turn key projects (like GSM network roll-out, etc. of BSNL & MTNL and NOFN network roll-out, etc. of BBNL) will ensure enough orders for ITI for the production activities. In todays highly competitive environment, it will be very difficult for ITI to survive on its own without the benefit of reservation quota which BSNL/MTNL has been extending for ITI for the last many years. Provision of reservation quota from BBNL will provide further boost to the order book of ITI and help in improving its financial health.

ITI will be beneficiary of the decision. It will also help in generating more employment opportunities in the Company particularly in the field of new telecom technologies.

Background:

CCEA in its meeting held in January, 2014 had extended the benefit of 30% reservation quota for ITI for a period of one year which has expired on 20.09.2014.

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Cabinet approves Mau-Tarighat New Railway line project
Jun 01,2016

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has given its approval for a new broad gauge line between Mau Station of North Eastern Railway and Tarighat Terminal station of East Central Railway. The total length of this new broad gauge line will be 51 kilometers.

The estimated cost of the project is Rs.1765.92 crore and expected completion cost is Rs.2109.07 crore with 5 percent escalation per annum. The project is likely to be completed in the next six years during 12th and 13th Plan period.

This project will provide alternative, shorter convenient and better transport infrastructure to the area separated by river Ganga so as to remove the transport difficulties in the area and to boost the socio economic development. The catchment area of project line will serve passenger requirement and will facilitate the people of the area for travelling to different parts of the country. In addition, this new line will provide an alternative route connecting Northern and East Central railway via NE Railway. This project line has huge potential in enhancing railway traffic and also gives opportunity to develop this area by providing more efficient transportation system.

The new line crosses the river Ganges at the downstream of existing road bridge for NH 97 and is located almost parallel to it and joins the existing BG line from Tarighat to Dildar Nagar. This line will be alternative route for train passing from Howrah to New Delhi and back. Construction of this line will provide a link to Allahabad-Patna double line electrified section. It will also decongest the Allahabad-Mugalsarai-Patna route particularly around Mugalsarai yard.

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Cabinet approves the Proposal for Amendment to the Resolutions dated 03rd March 1987 of the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB)
Jun 01,2016

The Union Cabinet under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its ex-post facto approval to the proposal for Amendment to the Resolutions dated 3rd March 1987 of the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB). The proposed amendments are as under:

(a) selection of candidates from State Public Enterprises and Private Sector as non-internal candidates for a period of five years for appointment in Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs);

(b) holding of office by the Chairperson and Members of the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) for a period of 3 years from assumption of charge or until attaining the age of 65 years or until further orders whichever is earlier;

Background

To broadbase the catchment for senior positions in Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs), the policy of allowing candidates from State Public Sector Enterprises (SPSEs) and Private Sector has been in place. This is proposed to be further extended for another five years with other requisite changes for effective discharge of Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) functions.

The amendment will continue to provide a wider pool of professionals for selection by impact allowing the candidates from State Public Sector Enterprises (SPSEs) and private Sector to be considered for senior positions in the Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs).

Central Public Sector Enterprises (CPSEs) would also benefit by the skill-sets and domain expertise of those coming from the State Public Sector Enterprises (SPSEs) as well the private sector. It would also ensure that the Central PSE senior management gets the benefit of the perspective gained both within and outside.

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Cabinet approves the Proposal for Extension of Corridor-1 of Chennai Metro Rail Project Phase-I
Jun 01,2016

The Union Cabinet under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its ex-post facto approval to the proposal for Chennai Metro Rail Phase-I Project from Washermanpet to Wimconagar. It covers a length of 9.051 km. at a total cost of Rs. 3770 crore.

The project will be executed by the existing SPV of Government of India and the Government of Tamil Nadu having 50:50 equity of each i.e. Chennai Metro Rail. The project is scheduled to be completed by March 2018.

This extension will provide improved access to public transport for dense population comprising predominantly industrial workers to move towards the central business district of the city for work.

In the total project cost, Government of Indias (Gol) share will be Rs. 713 crore and Government of Tamilnadus (GoTN) share will be Rs. 916 crore. The share of GoTN included cost of Land and R&R of Rs. 203 crore. The balance amount of Rs. 2141 crore will be met from loan from multilateral/bilateral/domestic funding agency.

The estimated ridership will be 1.6 lakh passengers per day in first year of operation.

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Cabinet approves MSP for Kharif Crops of 2016-17 season
Jun 01,2016

The Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi, has given its approval for Minimum Support Prices (MSPs) for Kharif Crops of 2016-17 season.

The prices would be effective from 1.10.2016. The higher MSPs would increase investment and production through assured remunerative prices to farmers.

The approved MSP is based on recommendations of Commission for Agricultural Costs and Prices (CACP) which takes into account the cost of production, overall demand-supply, domestic and international prices, inter-crop price parity, terms of trade between agricultural and non-agricultural sectors, the likely effect of the Price Policy on the rest of economy, besides ensuring rational utilization of production resources like land and water, while recommending MSPs.

The CACP being the expert body, its recommendations are generally accepted as such. However, in view of the gap in the demand and domestic supply of pulses and oilseeds, the CCEA has decided to give a bonus, over and above the recommendations of the CACP of Rs.425/- per quintal for Kharif pulses, namely Arhar (Tur), Urad and Moong, a bonus of Rs.200/- per quintal for Sesamum and a bonus of Rs.100/- per quintal for kharif oilseeds namely, Groundnut-in-shell, Sunflowerseed, Soyabean, and Nigerseed. This is expected to give a strong price signal to farmers to increase acreage and invest for increase in productivity of pulses and oilseeds. 

The Minimum Support Prices (MSPs) for all Kharif Crops of 2016-17 season have been increased and are given below: 

CommodityVarietyMSP for 2015-16 season Rs./ quintalMSP for 2016-17 season Rs./ quintalIncrease Absolute Rs./ quintalIncrease %ageBonus Rs./ quintalPaddyCommon14101470604.3---Grade A14501510604.1---JowarHybrid15701625553.5---Maldandi15901650603.8---Bajra---12751330554.3---Maize---13251365403.0---Ragi---16501725754.5---Tur (Arhar)---4625 (includes Rs.200/- Bonus)5050 (includes Rs.425/- Bonus)4259.2425Moong---4850 (includes Rs.200/- Bonus)5225 (includes Rs.425/- Bonus)3757.7425Urad---4625 (includes Rs.200/- Bonus)5000 (includes Rs.425/- Bonus)3758.1425Groundnut-in-shell---40304220 (includes Rs.100/- Bonus)1904.7100SoyabeanYellow26002775 (includes Rs.100/- Bonus)1756.7100Sunflower Seed---38003950 (includes Rs.200/- Bonus)1503.9100Nigerseed---36503825 (includes Rs.100/- Bonus)1754.8100Sesamum---47005000 (includes Rs.200/- Bonus)3006.4200CottonMedium Staple38003860601.6---Long Staple41004160601.5---

Food Corporation of India (FCI) will be the designated central nodal agency for price support operations for cereals, pulses and oilseeds.  Cotton Corporation of India (CCI) will be the central nodal agency for undertaking price support operations for Cotton.

Other farmer friendly initiatives:

Besides increase in MSP of Kharif crops, Government has taken several farmer friendly initiatives over the last one year.  These, amongst other things, include the following:

*     The Government had declared a bonus, over and above the MSP of Rs.200 per quintal for Kharif pulses of 2015-16 season and a bonus of Rs.75 per quintal for Rabi pulses of 2016-17 marketing season.

*       A new crop insurance scheme Pradhan Mantri Fasal Bima Yojana has been launched by the Government. Under this scheme, the premium rates to be paid by farmers are very lown++ 2% of sum insured for all Kharif crops, 1.5% for all Rabi crops and 5% for commercial and horticulture crops. The new insurance scheme involves use of simple and smart technology through phones & remote sensing for quick estimation and early settlement of claims. The Government has

Cabinet approves MOU between the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India (DGCA) and the French Civil Aviation Authority
Jun 01,2016

The Union Cabinet under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its ex-post facto approval to the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Directorate General of Civil Aviation of India (DGCA) and the French Civil Aviation Authority - Direction Generale de lAviation Civile (DGAC) of France to implement Technical Cooperation Programme for promotion and implementation of Standards and Recommended Practices of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

The MoU has been signed on behalf of the two countries after its approval by the two Governments and would be for a term of four years.

The Technical Cooperation programme will be beneficial for enhancement of skills and expertise of DGCAs officers. This MoU is also beneficial for implementation of the cooperation between the two parties for imparting training of engineers, technicians, managers etc.

It will also include any other subject that is relevant to the common DGAC and DGCA areas of interest.

For this purpose, the Parties undertake to cooperate through the following actions:

a) By exchanging information concerning the various techniques used to reach the objectives;

b) By sending French experts or instructors to India for training missions; and

c) By receiving experts, or instructors of India, in France for training missions.

The specific activities to be performed by DGCA of India and the DGCA of France under this MOU will be carried out by mutual consent.

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Cabinet apprised of the signing of MOU between India and Brunei Darussalam in the field of Youth and Sports Affairs
Jun 01,2016

The Union Cabinet under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has been apprised of the signing of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between India and Brunei Darussalam in the field of Youth and Sports Affairs. The MoU between the two countries was signed on 2-02-2016 at Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei.

Areas of cooperation between the two countries include exchange programmes in the fields of youth and sports, exchange programmes for the training of officers and trainers, promotion of sports between the participants with respect to sports facilities, sports equipment, sports training and physical preparation, sports fitness and physical education. In addition, it includes areas like coaching, sports talent identification, sports management and administration, information system relating to youth and sports, science and technology development in sports, development and enhancement of information in sports etc.

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Cabinet approves MoU between USA and India to enhance cooperation in wildlife conservation
Jun 01,2016

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between United States of America and India to enhance cooperation in the field of wildlife conservation and combating wildlife trafficking. With the approval, India will benefit from the expertise of the US Institutions in the field of wildlife conservation and management of wildlife areas and in combating illegal trade of wildlife and their derivatives.

Background:

India and the United States of America are endowed with rich biodiversity and natural heritage and have established a network of Protected Areas in their respective territories. As there is scope for both the countries to share professional expertise to address priority wildlife conservation concerns, the MoU would provide a convenient platform for collaboration. The MoU seeks cooperation between the two countries in the following areas:

a. Wildlife Forensics and Conservation Genetics: Useful in species conservation efforts and better scientific evidence collection in wild life crimes leading to better enforcement.

b. Natural World Heritage Conservation: Facilitating the institutional capacity of the existing UNESCO Category -2 - centre at Wildlife Institute of India.

Nature Interpretation and Conservation Awareness: Use of information technology in strengthening interface of forest managers with the people for sensitising people, especially the youth and children in understanding complex issues of conservation of biological diversity.

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Cabinet approves signing and ratification of Agreement between India and Qatar on Co-operation and Mutual Assistance in Customs Matters
Jun 01,2016

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for signing and ratifying of an Agreement between India and Qatar on Co-operation and Mutual Assistance in Customs Matters.

The Agreement aims to entering into a bilateral Agreement on co-operation Customs matters between India and Qatar.

The Agreement will help in the availability of relevant information for the prevention and investigation of Customs offences. The Agreement is also expected to facilitate trade and ensure efficient clearance of goods traded between the countries.

Background:

Qatar is an important trading partner of India. Trade between the two countries has been expanding over the years. In view of the steady growth in bilateral trade, it was felt imperative to provide a legal framework for sharing of information and intelligence between the Customs authorities of the two countries to help in proper application of Customs laws, prevention and investigation of Customs offences and to facilitate legitimate trade. A draft text of the Agreement has been finalized after mutual discussions. It takes care of Indian Customs concerns and requirements, particularly in the area of exchange of information on correctness of the Customs value declared, the authenticity of certificates of origin of goods and the description of the goods traded between the two countries.

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Cabinet approves MoU between India and Qatar for strengthening cooperation in the field of Tourism
Jun 01,2016

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Qatar for strengthening cooperation in the field of Tourism.

The main objectives of the MoU are:

a) To create favourable conditions for long-term co-operation in the field of tourism for the mutual benefits.

b) To exchange expertise, publications, information/data and statistics related to tourism.

c) To encourage cooperation through the exchange of programmes, propaganda and advertising materials, publications, films, promotion and marketing of their tourism products via media etc.

d) To exchange visits of Tour Operators / Media /Opinion Makers for promotion of two way tourism.

e) To encourage co-operation between tourism sectors, tour operators, travel agents and other tourism private sectors firms and bureaus in the two countries.

f) To encourage public and the private sectors to invest in tourism.

Qatar is an emerging tourism source markets for India (India received approximately 6313 tourists from Qatar in 2015). Qatar is a potential market for India in terms of Medical tourism and provides vast opportunity for India in this field. The signing of MoU with Qatar will be instrumental in increasing arrival from this emerging source market.

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Cabinet approves MoU between India and Qatar for cooperation in Skill Development and Recognition of qualifications
Jun 01,2016

The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has given its approval for signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Qatar for cooperation in Skill Development and Recognition of qualifications.

The MoU will facilitate workforce mobility, skill development and placement of youth in overseas jobs in Qatar.

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The NDMP has been aligned broadly with the goals and priorities set out in the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction
Jun 01,2016

Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi released the National Disaster Management Plan (NDMP). This is the first ever national plan prepared in the country.

Minister of Home Affairs Shri Rajnath Singh, Minster of State for Home Affairs Shri Kiren Rijiju, and senior officers of the Prime Ministers Office, Ministry of Home Affairs and National Disaster Management Authority were present during the function.

Following are the highlights of the NDMP:

n++ The NDMP has been aligned broadly with the goals and priorities set out in the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction.

n++ The Vision of the Plan is to n++Make India disaster resilient, achieve substantial disaster risk reduction, and significantly decrease the losses of life, livelihoods, and assets - economic, physical, social, cultural and environmental - by maximizing the ability to cope with disasters at all levels of administration as well as among communities.

n++ For each hazard, the approach used in this national plan incorporates the four priorities enunciated in the Sendai Framework into the planning framework for Disaster Risk Reduction under the five Thematic Areas for Actions:

o Understanding Risk

o Inter-Agency Coordination

o Investing in DRR - Structural Measures

o Investing in DRR - Non-Structural Measures

o Capacity Development

n++ The Response part of the Plan has identified eighteen broad activities which have been arranged into a matrix to be served as a ready reckoner:

o Early Warning, Maps, Satellite inputs, Information Dissemination

o Evacuation of People and Animals

o Search and Rescue of People and Animals

o Medical Care

o Drinking Water/ Dewatering Pumps/ Sanitation Facilities/ Public Health

o Food & Essential Supplies

o Communication

o Housing and Temporary Shelters

o Power

o Fuel

o Transportation

o Relief Logistics and Supply Chain Management

o Disposal of Animal Carcasses

o Fodder for livestock in scarcity-hit areas

o Rehabilitation and Ensuring Safety of Livestock and other Animals, Veterinary Care

o Data Collection and Management

o Relief Employment

o Media Relations

n++ The Plan has also incorporated a Chapter on Strengthening Disaster Risk Governance. The generalized responsibility matrix given in this section summarizes the themes for strengthening Disaster Risk Governance and specifies agencies at the Centre and State with their respective roles. The matrix has six thematic areas in which Central and State Governments have to take actions to strengthen disaster risk governance:

o Mainstream and integrate DRR and Institutional Strengthening

o Capacity Development

o Promote Participatory Approaches

o Work with Elected Representatives

o Grievance Redress Mechanism

o Promote Quality Standards, Certifications, and Awards for Disaster Risk Management

n++ The National Disaster Management Plan (NDMP) provides a framework and direction to the government agencies for all phases of disaster management cycle.

n++ The NDMP is a dynamic document in the sense that it will be periodically improved keeping up with the emerging global best practices and knowledge bases in disaster management.

n++ Globally, the approach towards post-disaster restoration and rehabilitation has shifted to one of betterment reconstruction. The NDMP provides a generalized framework for recovery since it is not possible to anticipate all the possible elements of betterment reconstruction.

n++ The Plan also highlights that the disaster risk reduction will be achieved by mainstreaming the requirements into the developmental plans.

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