India increasingly needs young, promising leaders to work with public machinery at every level of Government. We need leaders who take a systems change approach to problem solving with the executive function of the State and affect long-term transformations
The Chief Minister of Haryana wants to recruit young dynamic professionals to engage with and support some key initiatives and government schemes in the State by providing innovative solutions in processes, implementation and governance.
The Chief Minister’s Good Governance Associates strive to improve the transparency, efficiency and citizen service delivery across different government schemes and departments in the state of Haryana.
The CMGGA programme is a strategic collaboration between Govt. of Haryana and Ashoka to train and facilitate the most promising and passionate young men and women of the country to work with the State Machinery and tackle some of the complexities that face the country today.
After an intense training-period, the associates are posted in each of the 22 districts of Haryana for a 12 month period where they represent the Chief Minister’s Office and work closely with the Deputy Commissioner and district officials. Associates get a chance to interact regularly with the Chief Minister and directly present their work and recommendations to him, and drive impact at the highest and lowest levels of Government.
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