Article—161 Maharashtra Government Rules of Business


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The Mantralaya formerly known as the Secretariat or the Sachivalaya

  • The Mantralaya formerly known as the Secretariat or the Sachivalaya

  • There is a Council of Ministers formulated from time to time under the Constitution of India.

  • The Chief Minister is the head of the entire State Government machinery

  • He executes his mammoth functions with the help of Ministers, Ministers of State and Deputy Ministers, their number depending on the choice of the Chief Minister.



The business of government is transacted in the departments of the Mantralaya under the control of the Ministers concerned.

  • The business of government is transacted in the departments of the Mantralaya under the control of the Ministers concerned.

  • This applies only to those aspects of Government business which require the attention of the central executive of the State, since the business is transacted in the numerous other large and small directorates throughout the State.



Formulation of policy

  • Formulation of policy

  • Framing new legislations or amendments of existing ones;

  • Framing of rules, regulations, orders in exercise of powers conferred by law;

  • Issue of instructions, directions and advice to subordinate authorities regarding the action which they are to take..GR…Circulars….Orders…..

  • Exercise of supervision, direction and control over the executive administration;



Collection of information required for answering questions in Legislature and in general needed for justifying the policies and actions of Government before Legislature;

  • Collection of information required for answering questions in Legislature and in general needed for justifying the policies and actions of Government before Legislature;

  • Financial and budgetary control over the activities of subordinate authorities, dealing with Government of India and its offices operating within the territory of the State, with other all-India authorities and with other State Governments;

  • and disposal of appeals, representations and complaints from members of public.



Upto 1758 the Secretariat of the Bombay Presidency Government occupied certain rooms in the Bombay Castle.

  • Upto 1758 the Secretariat of the Bombay Presidency Government occupied certain rooms in the Bombay Castle.

  • In 1874 it was transferred to the Old Secretariat where it continued to function upto 1955 then finally shifted to the present building.

  • The main building of the Mantralaya was constructed in 1955 at a cost of Rs. 63,80,219, while the cost of annexe building was Rs. 1,23,79,234.

  • It was completed in 1960.  The nomenclature of the Secretariat commonly referred to as the Sachivalaya was changed in January 1976 to Mantralaya.



  • Under the Rules of Business, the working of the Mantralaya is carried out through various departments.

  • These are presently 35 departments

  • Though each department is under the control of a Secretary to the Government, the Chief Secretary, who is also Secretary to the General Administration Department and ex officio Secretary to the Cabinet, has overall authority



Important cases from various departments are submitted to the Chief Secretary by the department concerned before taking orders of the Government are routed through CS.

  • Important cases from various departments are submitted to the Chief Secretary by the department concerned before taking orders of the Government are routed through CS.

  • He is also the head of the State Service, and all service matters arising in various departments are decided in consulta­tion with him.

  • The Chief Secretary further acts as a co-ordinating authority by presiding at meetings of Secretaries and by deciding inter­departmental differences



The Additional Chief Secretary is next in hierarchy to the Chief Secretary, and is vested with important policy matters and administrative functions which are not dealt with by the Chief Secretary.

  • The Additional Chief Secretary is next in hierarchy to the Chief Secretary, and is vested with important policy matters and administrative functions which are not dealt with by the Chief Secretary.

  • The Mantralaya is concerned mainly with the broader aspects of administration.

  • The responsibility for execution of the policies is entrusted to the heads of departments and their subordinate field staff including technical experts.



Each department of Mantralaya is under the control of a Secretary (Some departments have two or three Secretaries, while a   few are headed by a Additional Secretary & Principal Secretary.) to Government who is immediately responsible to the Minister.

  • Each department of Mantralaya is under the control of a Secretary (Some departments have two or three Secretaries, while a   few are headed by a Additional Secretary & Principal Secretary.) to Government who is immediately responsible to the Minister.

  • There may, in addition, be a Joint Secretary. Every department has a few Deputy Secretaries of the rank of Collector. Below the Deputy Secretaries are Under Secretaries, who are assisted by Assistant Secretaries, Desk Officers/Section Officers, Assistants, Clerks…….



Mantralaya Administrative Department

  • Mantralaya Administrative Department

  • State Directorate or

  • State Commissionerate

  • Regional , District, Sub-Divisional, Taluka & grass root offices….

  • Boards, Councils, Authorities, Agencies, Missions,

  • Public Undertakings or State Corporation



General Administration Department

  • General Administration Department

  • Chief Electoral Officer

  • Directorate General of Information and Public Relations

  • Rajbhavan

  • Rajiv Gandhi Science and Technology Commission

  • State Information Commission

  • Maharashtra Airport Development Company Limited

  • Mahanews

  • Maharashtra Public Service Commission

  • Maharashtra Sainik Welfare

  • Maharashtra Administrative Tribunal



Information Technology

  • Information Technology

  • Mahaonline

  • Aadhaar Maharashtra

  • Centre of Excellence in Marathi Language Computing

  • eGovernance Training



Revenue Department

  • Revenue Department

  • Bhumiabhilekh

  • Mahabhulekh

  • Maharashtra Revenue Tribunal

  • Inspector General of Registration



Home

  • Home

  • Maharashtra State Police

  • Maharashtra State Criminal Investigation Department :

  • Mumbai Police

  • Mumbai Traffic Police

  • Maharashtra State Police Housing and Welfare Corporation

  • Anti Corruption Bureau, Maharashtra

  •  



Forest Department

  • Forest Department

  • Forest Development Corporation



Agriculture Department

  • Agriculture Department

  • Agriculture, Animal Husbandary, Dairy Development and Fisheries Department

  • Maharashtra State Agriculture and Marketing Board

  • Maharashtra State Seed Corporation

  • National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development

  • Maharashtra Agriculture Industries Development Corporation



Fishries Development

  • Fishries Development

  • Animal Husbandary

  • Dairy Development Department

  • Fisheries Department

  • Maharashtra Fisheries Development Corporation



School Education Department

  • School Education Department

  • Prematric Scholarship for Miinority Students

  • Maharashtra State Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board

  • Maharashtra Prathamik Shikshan Parishad

  • Renewal of Prematric Scholarship for Miinority Students

  • School Education and Sports Department

  • Sports Departments



  • Urban Development Department

  • Department of Town Planning

  • Maharashtra Fire Services

  • Maharashtra City and Industrial Development Corporation

  • Mumbai Metropolitian Region Development Aurhorities



  • Public Works Department

  • Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Memorial

  • Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation



Finance Department

  • Finance Department

  • Government Insurance Fund, Directorate of Insurance

  • Directorate of Insurance

  • Value Added Tax, Sales Tax Department

  • Mahakosh

  • Koshwahini

  • Budget Estimation, Allocation and Monitoring System

  • Government Receipt Accounting System

  • Nivruttivetanwahini

  • Maharashtra State Lottery

  • Public Sector Undertaking Reporting System

  • Directorate of Local Fund Accounts Audit



Industries Department

  • Industries Department

  • Maharashtra State Mining Corporation

  • Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation

  • Maharashtra State Khadi and Village Industries Board

  • Directorate of Geology and Mining, Govt. of Maharashtra

  • Directorate of Government Printing and Stationary

  • Mahaebiz



Food and Drug Administration

  • Food and Drug Administration

  • Directorate of Aayush

  • Haffkin Bio Pharmaceutical Corporation Ltd.,

  • Haffkin Institute for Traing, Research and Testing

  • Directorate of Medical Education

  • Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik

  • Maharashtra Medical Council



Water Resouce

  • Water Resouce

  • Maharashtra Water Resources Regulatory Authority

  • Taapi Irrigation Development Corporation



Law and Judiciary Department



Rural Development and Panchayat Raj

  • Rural Development and Panchayat Raj

  • 33 Zilha Parishads in the state



Planning

  • Planning

  • MRSAC Geo Portal

  • Maharashtra Remote Sencing Application Centre

  • Directorate of Economics and Statistics



e-Scholarship

  • e-Scholarship

  • Babasaheb Ambedkar Research and Training Institute

  • Mahatma Phule Backward Class Development Corporation

  • Aam Aadmi Bima Yojna

  • Maharashtra State Handicaped, Finance Development Corporation

  • Other Backward Class Development Corporation

  • Leather Industries Development Corporation of Maharashtra

  • Vasantrao Naik Vimukta Jatis and Nomadic Tribes Development Corporation Ltd.

  • Lokshahir Annabhau Sathe Development Corporation Ltd.



Water Conservarion

  • Water Conservarion

  • Employment Guarantee Scheme

  • 19. Housing Department

  • Housing

  • Maharashtra Housing Area Development Corporation



Water Supply and Sanitation

  • Water Supply and Sanitation

  • Maharashtra Jeevan Pradhikaran

  • Groundwater Surveys And Development Agency



Public Health Department

  • Public Health Department

  • Public Health Department

  • Aasha

  • NRI Health Registration

  • Aurvedic Institute

  • Software for Assesment for Disability



Tribal Development

  • Tribal Development

  • Tribal Research and Training Institute

  • Tribal Development Commissionerate

  •  



Environment

  • Environment

  • Pollution Control

  • Maharashtra Costal Zone Management Authority

  • Maharashtra Pollution Control Board



Co-operation, Marketing and Textile Department

  • Co-operation, Marketing and Textile Department

  • Co-operation Commissioner, Pune

  • Sugar Commissioner, Pune

  • Maharashtra Warehousing Corporation Ltd.

  • Indrayani Handlooms



Textile

  • Textile

  • Department of Sericulture, Maharashtra

  • Maharashtra State Powerlooms Corporation Ltd.

  • Maharashtra State Handloom Corporation Ltd.



Higher and Technical Education

  • Higher and Technical Education

  • Directorate of Technical Education

  • Directorate of Education ( Higher Education )

  • Directorate of Art

  • Directorate of Vocation Education and Training

  • Maharashtra State Board of Technical Education

  • Directorate of Library

  • Mumbai University

  • Maharashtra Knowledge Corporation Ltd.



Maharashtra State Electricity Board

  • Maharashtra State Electricity Board

  • Maharashtra Energy Development Agency

  • Maharashtra State Electricity Regulatory Commission

  • Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd.

  • Maharashtra State Electricity Generation Co, Ltd.

  • Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd.



Marathi Language

  • Marathi Language

  • Vishwakosh

  • Rajya Marathi Vikas Sanstha

  • Maharashtra Rajya Sahitya aani Sanskruti Mandal



Tourism and Cultural Affair Department

  • Tourism and Cultural Affair Department

  • Maharashtra Film, State and Cultural Development Corporation Ltd.

  • Gazetteers

  • Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation

  • Directorate of Cultural affairs



Minority Development

  • Minority Development

  • Maulana Azad Minorities Financial Development Corporation



Directorate of Employment and Self Employment

  • Directorate of Employment and Self Employment

  • Annasaheb Patil Arthik Magas Vikas Mahamandal Maryadit



Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation

  • Maharashtra State Road Transport Corporation

  • Motor Vehicle Department

  • Maharashtra Maritime Board



Women and Child Development

  • Women and Child Development

  • Rajmata Jijau Mother-child Health and Nutrition Mission

  • Mahila Aarthik Vikas Corporation



  • Parliamentry Affair Department

  • 35. Labour Department

  • Labour Department























Constitutional protection.

  • Constitutional protection.

  • Political neutrality.

  • Permanency.

  • Annonymity

  • Recruitment based on merit. Done by a Constitutional Authorities-the Public Service Commissions.



Willingness to assume responsibility.

  • Willingness to assume responsibility.

  • A steadily enlarging ability to deal with more problems.

  • A strong bent toward action.

  • A good listener.

  • Effective with people.

  • Capacity to build his own strength by building the competence of his organization.



Capacity to use his institutional resources.

  • Capacity to use his institutional resources.

  • Avoiding using power or authority for their own sake.

  • Welcoming reports of troublesome things.

  • A good team-worker.

  • A good initiator.

  • A good facilitator & co-ordinator...not just controller



Provincial Civil Services started in 1887

  • Provincial Civil Services started in 1887

  • Have easy accesses to levers of power.

  • Are symbol of power – dealing directly with Higher Officers, Ministers and now with all.

  • Have smoothest career-progressions. And

  • Occupy almost all senior-most posts in the States



Enhancing Participation

  • Enhancing Participation

  • Promoting Inclusive Growth

  • Reorienting Government

  • Combating Corruption

  • Integrating sustainability with development



Role of state in crucial areas to be recognized

  • Role of state in crucial areas to be recognized

  • and reemphasized

  • Effective Public Service Delivery

  • Enabling environment for good governance

  • Developing capable civil services

  • E-governance

  • Creating awareness about environmental issues

  • Steering ‘policy’ towards sustainability



Role of state in crucial areas to be recognized and re-emphasized

  • Role of state in crucial areas to be recognized and re-emphasized

  • – Public order, justice & rule of law

  • – Human resource development through

  • education & health care

  • – Infrastructure & sustainable natural

  • resource utilization

  • – Social security



Providing access to public services, especially to vulnerable groups

  • Providing access to public services, especially to vulnerable groups

  • Benchmarking standards off delivery of services for assessment as well as continuous improvement

  • Focus on citizen-centric delivery



Quick and fair delivery of justice

  • Quick and fair delivery of justice

  • Efficient redressal off grievances

  • Transparency and accountability

  • Effective monitoring and evaluation for

  • strengthening program and service delivery

  • Right to Information



Developing and maintaining capability

  • Developing and maintaining capability

  • through continuous upgradation of skills

  • Recognition off merit and performance

  • based appraisal

  • Protection for bonafide decisions

  • Stability off tenure



Easy to access single point delivery of public services to citizens

  • Easy to access single point delivery of public services to citizens

  • Automation of internal processes and minimizing public interface

  • Introducing transparent procedures like procurement, online land records maintenance etc.

  • Reduction in cost of delivery of services

  • Learning from best practices and successes



Use of non conventional energy sources

  • Use of non conventional energy sources

  • Forestation

  • Complete ban on green felling

  • Govt initiatives in collaboration with NGOs

  • Creation of general awareness



  • Right to Information Act 2005

  • Maharashtra Prevention of Delay in Discharge of Public Duty Act 2005

  • Maharashtra Public Records Act 2005

  • Maharashtra Right to Public Service Act 2015







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