Sakala-2 Scheme Karnataka Application Form, Status, Jobs
The Sakala scheme which introduced in 2011 gets in wrong direction and ended as a failure due to curb corruption. To overcoming the failure, the current state government led by Mr. Siddaramaiah has newly proposed the Sakala-2. As per the information received from the trusted resources, the newly drafted sakala-2 scheme will be effective and it overcomes the flaws of the sakala scheme which introduced near about 6 years ago. The upcoming Sakala-2 scheme will empower the governing body to boost up the services offered under the scheme without any delay.
|Act in which the scheme incorporated
|Right to Public Services Legislation
|Head of the Sakala Scheme
|D. Roopa IPS
|Monitoring of Sakala Services
|Principal Secretary, Department of Personnel and Administrative reforms ( Services )
Highlighting Features of Sakala-2
- As per the newly drafted scheme, if any delay occurs on offering services under the scheme by the state officials’ means, there will be impose of fine for the responsible officials. The fine amount will be collected from the salary of the concern official’s.
- The fine Impose will be carried by the KPGRC (Karnataka Public Grievance Redress Commission) and the existing mission has been given authority power to monitor the operation without giving any power to collect the fine amount.
- There will be a display board placed in front of all the municipal ward/gram panchayat in order to propagate the schemes information, operations or programs conducted under the scheme including the duties of the officials of the Sakala services and job chart.
- As per the newly draft bill, Information and Facilitation Centre will be established in every taluk of the state, where the centre needs to be employee by at least 50% of the females among those half from the reserved SC/ ST community. Special audit will be conducted for all public service programs on yearly basis by the government.
In order to monitor the services under this scheme, the national information technology solution provider NIC (National Informatics Centre) has provided the technological aid. As per the data shown in the official site of Sakala services scheme, about 775 applications are filed for availing compensation from the government. Near about Rs. 95,000 is estimate as compensation amount standing beyond the stipulated period and around 50 Crore are supposed to paid to the applicants due to delay.