Ideas on Envisioned Role of DGS&D

Ideas on Envisioned Role of DGS&D
Last Date Mar 10,2016 00:00 AM IST (GMT +5.30 Hrs)
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CURRENT ROLE AND FUNCTION OF DGS&D ...

CURRENT ROLE AND FUNCTION OF DGS&D

Directorate General of Supplies & Disposals (DGS&D) is a Central Purchase and Quality Assurance Organization of Government of India and presently rendering procurement services to Government by concluding Rate Contracts (RC) for common user items. RC is an agreement between the Government buyer and the supplier to supply stores at specified prices during the period covered by the Contract. Based on the RCs finalized by DGS&D, Central Government Departments across the country place supply orders.

ENVISIONED ROLE OF DGS&D

Government intends to bring more transparency, efficiency and ease of procuring a large number of commodity items required by Government departments and organizations. DGS&D will create a new e-procurement system by offering an online one-stop market place, a government-to-suppliers portal encompassing the entire procurement process. This will help Government buyers save time, reduce administrative costs and ensure low pricing for various commodity items and services which are bought regularly and have common specifications. Through innovative measures speedy online payment mechanism will be worked out.

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Rohit Joshi_15 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

their are many layers of job. Consider a point, we have a ore extracting area in a region and we sell ores to foreign countries and make some money. What if we introduce some plants that purifies these ores as per the foreign demands. we will make more money then previous and also create more job opportunities. what if we can add more industries like industries that can make those raw materials which are being made by other industries in foreign countries we can help in their demands and earn.

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Rohit Joshi_15 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

This way if we setup these plants as mentioned in my previous discussion we can have the skills, technology and money for our growth. We can create more opportunities for Indians. their are people who would oppose the Idea. Its because they think their monopoly over their field is being taken away. But, till when they want to be under government protection policies. They should compete in their field fair and square. It is better to have more layers of job then a single layer. continue...

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Rohit Joshi_15 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

For making the foreign companies to setup their plants India we should reduce our custom duty rates a little and ask them to setup their plants in India with r and d department. We can ask them to create cars in Indian taste low maintainance and high effecieny and green going. If they Can sell cars to comman Indian folks at cheaper rates to its a great idea. They can also have the right to sell their car to other countries by giving extra duty on the cars they sell outside.

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Rohit Joshi_15 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

I think We should attract more of the foreign industries to setup their plants in India. For Example, Take a company mercedez benz is opening a plant in India. A lot of Job scope is made for people not only in the assembly area but also in the area for producing the raw material for the car. These company will bring new technology and help providing new skills to the Indian people on various fields including increasing the opportunities for other companies to fill their raw product demands.

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shanmugaiah R 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

If one shop is opened in a city like coimbatore it would gives at least a job for many directly and indirectly. example wood work, electrical work, glass work, transport, and counter sales men and women, accounts officer, electrocnic gadgets, advertisement and so on. It will give business to ele, wood, electr, industries too. BUT IF THE SAME TRADE IS TAKING PLACE ONLINE IT WOULD SWALLOW THOSE EMPLOYMENT CHANCES. eXCEPT GOVT TRANSACTION EVERY DISTRIBUTION MUST BE OFFLINE.

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Vasu gorla 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

can we make the Yoga/Meditation/Pranayama… certification as a mandatory for all the government sectors jobs (at entry level and each promotion level).
If possible private sector Jobs as well…especially IT related Jobs
Benefits:
This will create a new employment for thousands of people (Yoga Trainers)
It creates a healthy environment and Helps to overcome many physical/mental diseases.
By This process we can spreads the awareness about yoga and we can support to our Ancient Indian Art.

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Perianayaki 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

Dear sir

An initiative large scale should made on curbing polythene covers/bags and research and funding should made on emergency basis to clear and decomposting of existing bags thrown as a garbage.

All school children and even layman to be educated on this. Kindly do this as an emergency call.

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Vivek Prajapati 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

Respected Sir,
Here I would like to request to encourage citizen in Mann ki Baat program to use Chukkad in place of Plastic Glass for drinking of water & tea. In marriages and tea stall there is lots of consumption of Plastic Glasses and it causes huge ammount of harm to our mother earth. If people will use Chukkad in place of plastic glass it will not be only environment friendly but it will also strenthen the pity economical condition of Kumhar Comunity. A step towars Sustainable Develpment.

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NIYOL PRIMARY School 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

Dear sir
I am a Government Teacher From Surat,Gujarat. Now Day We took a tour in Surat Aquarium and i am face a problem for pay money. if my school is under municipal corporation each children's fee is about 10 Rs but my school is under Surat District panchayat so we pay 20 Rs par each student So Plz Aquarium is most beautiful but if the children is study in government school fee was not taken and plz request to our good prime minister take action for my little suggest and give me a reply plz

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RAKESH JAIN 3 साल 8 महीने पहले

2/2- Basic guideline books published by DGS&D continued to be main procurement guide. After a stage auction of services both purcahse by GOvt or sales (such as RF spectrum, coal blocks etc)has proped in. As such, the way government buys or sells goods or services or resources is different. Only rate contract may be required, which can be merged with BIS ( a new commercial wing can be created) so that both quality & price aspects can be taken care. DGS&D can be closed, in my opinion.