Pratibhadabali 2080-81


Ms. Monika Maharjan

Integrated coordination portal of infrastructure construction

In the current government operations, there is a noticeable prevalence of duplicated efforts. Therefore, her proposal involved the establishment of a centralized portal wherein each department could regularly update their activities. This initiative aimed to mitigate data redundancy effectively. The proposed project was  titled "Google Map Based Unified Coordination Portal for Infrastructural Development."

Mr. Chandan Kumar Das

Track Enhanced Public Service

Numerous citizens express frustration with the prolonged and cumbersome processes involved in accessing government services or completing registrations. Therefore, his proposal entailed the implementation of "Tracking Augmented Public Services," wherein all procedures, including application submissions and registrations, were  conducted through an application or online platform.

Mr. Bikash Kumar Rajak

Reporting and records management system

Public institutions in Nepal are grappling with subpar document management practices, resulting in delays and operational inefficiencies. To address this issue, a new initiative known as the Daily Reporting and Record Management System would be implemented. This system will utilize shared Word and Spreadsheet documents to enhance record-keeping procedures. Initially, the system will undergo a pilot phase within a single ministry or department, with the objective of fostering organized reporting mechanisms and preserving institutional memory.

Mr. Bikash B.K.

Waste management at the local level

Effective waste management poses a significant challenge for the Nepal government. To address this issue, the proposed solution involves the implementation of a comprehensive waste management system. This system entails the introduction of a Waste Collection Calendar, whereby waste is collected directly from households. Additionally, citizens will be provided with two distinct bags for waste segregation—one for biodegradable waste and the other for non-biodegradable waste. Proper management protocols would be established to handle each type of waste accordingly. Furthermore, the initiative included the establishment of designated dumping sites to ensure proper disposal of collected waste.

Mr. Shankar Kandel

On-time construction management

The absence of scientific time-cost modeling in local construction projects reduces quality, increases time and cost, and diminishes consumer ownership. Implementing this modeling can improve project effectiveness. This approach targets long-term challenges in Nepal's local construction projects. Enhancing Efficiency and Accountability in Local-Level Construction Projects through Scientific Time-Cost Modeling believes that establishing a time-cost model and a centralized online portal will enhance accuracy, transparency, and accountability in project management.

Sanjiv Kumar Raut

Land Bank

‘Land Bank Initiative: Promoting Prosperity and Good Governance in Nepal’. This proposal entailed the comprehensive utilization of both government-owned and privately-owned barren land across the country by facilitating connections between laborers and land resources.

Dr. Shiv Lal Bhusal

Proper management of government vehicles

The project revolved around embracing frugality in vehicle operations. The proponent highlighted that a significant portion of the nation's economy was allocated towards vehicle operations. There existed an imbalanced distribution of expenses for vehicle maintenance and fuel consumption, resulting in excessive spending. It was  observed that a considerable sum of money was expended in the country due to the practice of retaining non-functional or aged vehicles without repair, and acquiring and utilizing them based on accessibility.

Nasib Acharya

Implementation of unified paperless vehicle registration system

The idea involved implementing a paperless fine system for vehicles. The concept addressed the inconvenience faced when individuals were  required to pay fines while traveling away from home, resulting in their documents being seized and retained for a day, thus disrupting their journey. The paperless fine system aimed to provide a solution to this issue by introducing a digital process that eliminated the need for physical documents and facilitated smoother interactions during such incidents.

Tanoj Dulal

Bringing the EIA process online

Environmental impact assessment currently poses significant challenges in environmental management and development. To address these issues, the idea proposes to shift the EIA process online, ensuring all stakeholders have access and improving coordination among public bodies. This online system would provide status updates, enhance staff accountability, enable timely commencement of development work, and reduce associated costs.

Manoj Shah

National Government E-Market

The idea involved the establishment of a National Government E-Market, akin to platforms like Daraz, specifically designed for government transactions. This initiative aimed to enhance transparency in the procurement and sale of goods by facilitating transactions through an electronic marketplace. By leveraging digital technology, the e-market platform sought  to streamline government procurement processes, improve efficiency, and promote accountability in transactions involving government agencies.

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