Governors' panel submits report to President

Governors' panel submits report to President

Governors can play a mentoring role in the overall implementation of developmental schemes in their states, according to report by a panel of governors presented to President Ram Nath Kovind on Tuesday.

In its report, the panel described an action-outcome framework that can be adopted by Raj Bhavans in their role as change agents, and listed out potential priorities.

The report, called 'Rajyapal - Vikas Ke Rajdoot: Catalytic Role of Governors as Agents for Change in Society', identified priority areas along with activities that can help realise the objectives of New India by 2022.


The Committee of Governors was constituted during a conference of governors in October to examine their role in taking forward the developmental process. 

The panel consisted of governors E S L Narasimhan (Andhra Pradesh and Telangana), Banwarilal Purohit (Tamil Nadu), Ram Naik (Uttar Pradesh), Tathagata Roy (Tripura) and Acharya Devvrat (Himachal Pradesh).


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