The Special Campaign focused on the disposition of pending matters, the weeding out of old/redundant files, and the overall cleanliness and space management of the offices.
- To date, 539 Public Grievances, 145 PG Appeals, and 15 Parliamentary Assurances have been resolved.
- 13202 physical files were weeded, 35208 square feet of space were freed, and Rs. 22,913,222/- was generated.
- The campaign includes 134 locations across the country, including those in the most remote areas.
- The oath of cleanliness (SwachhtakiShapath) was administered to ministry officials by Shri Jyotiraditya M. Scindia.
- Attached offices of MoCA such as DGCA, BCAS, CRS, and AAIB, related autonomous bodies such as AERA, IGRUA, and RGNAU, and PSUs such as AAI, AIAHL, and PHL have actively participated in the campaign.
The “Special Campaign 2.0 for Swachhta” has been completed by the Ministry of Civil Aviation. The campaign ran from October 2nd to October 31st, 2022, and its main goals were to dispose of pending matters, weed out old or redundant files, and improve the overall cleanliness of the offices and space management.
Several best practises were observed, including the installation of sanitary napkin vending machines in female restrooms, the distribution of jute bags to reduce the use of plastic, the conservation of water bodies, the promotion of solar energy and green building concepts at airports, and other steps aimed at passenger convenience.
Jyotiraditya M. Scindia, Minister of Civil Aviation, administered the oath of cleanliness (Swachhta ki Shapath) to ministry officials and encouraged them to participate in the cleanliness drive. The Minister inspected the campaign on several occasions and gave the officials the necessary instructions.
All Ministries and Departments of the Government of India, as well as their attached and subordinate offices, are participating in the Special Campaign 2.0, with a focus on field and outstation offices. Special attention is being paid to offices in charge of service delivery or those with a public interface.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation, its attached offices such as DGCA, BCAS, CRS, and AAIB, related autonomous bodies such as AERA, IGRUA, and RGNAU, and public sector entities such as AAI, AIAHL, and PHL have all actively participated in the campaign by sensitising their officers, mobilising ground functionaries, appointing nodal officers, and working to meet the campaign’s milestones.