NO SUPERVISION ON HOW ORDERS ARE CARRIED OUT TO SEGREGATE THE GARBAGE :
After educating the passengers so much and the passengers strictly adhering to the segregation Policy to drop the garbage in the respective Bins , look at what is happening . Both are mixed in one trash bag .
Is this wonderful idea struck the railway authorities ,
* to save on plastic trash bags (you can halve the number )
* or no one has trained these boys who pick up the trash from Bins
* or doesn't the city railway have any one to supervise ?
WHY NOT RAILWAYS SHARE THE GOAL WITH THE LAST GRADE WORKERS TO MAKE THE PROJECT/ PROGRAM SUCCESSFUL ? more
I agree that low level staff remain ignorant.
BUT WE MUST BOLDLY POINT OUT SUCH ACTS BY all HIGH LEVEL MEMBERS OF THE SOCIETY.
Then only automatically these people will see see live demos of such behaviour, and SLOWLY, start feeling ashamed, and probably change for the better. more
However we find same attitude of passing the buck in all Public offices be it Municipalities, corporations or State Govt. Offices including Secretariats (Mantralay). That is my experience in Nagpur Municipal Corporation as well as Mantralaya of Maharashtra State. They do not give reply to letter from people for more than two years, in spite of sustained follow up and pay no attention to Public grievance – not even reply. So, this attitude is ingrained in our administrators from British Raj. To bring about a positive change, a drastic change in approach is necessary and that perhaps is (i) All services should be temporary for 5 years to be extended for a further period of 5 years only if the record shows that he has resolved a predefined number of public cases and there is no public complaint against him for not doing his part of work in reasonable time (predefined) (ii) No ACR from superior official is to be considered for this purpose.(iii) Salary on extension shall be fixed depending on performance and not on superior official’s report.
Constant persuasion by the appropriate Circle shall, hopefully, yield positive results.
When we were young, there was a separate subject called Hygiene (Suhadaram). This was upto 5th class. After that, this subject vanished. Unless the elders are aware and start practising, there will be no change in the society as the gen next will simply follow the path of least resistance and continue to blame a third person for all the ills caused by them. more
All were absolutely essential . Now lot more has come in
to fill the homes . Even things that are to be thrown
stays back at homes . So the saying
"A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYTHING IN ITS
PLACE ", HAS NO PLACE . more