MyGov Featured Volunteers
In Focus: Featured Volunteers (Part -4)
As a part of the series to acknowledge and appreciate the efforts of volunteers selflessly contributing their skills and efforts to MyGov, we present the experiences of four volunteers who have volunteered with MyGov:
“I feel blessed to be in association with MyGov. Connected with nearly each & every Indian through the thread of MyGov one can expand himself/herself in their respective fields & can thus become a proud contributor towards Saurajya. I am not an exception in this connection. Professionally being a teacher, I remain involved in such activities – volunteering in a number of departmental projects – thus making myself available for the fullest development of the country in the complete sense. Come & join MyGov to make our country develop & powerful.”
Dr. Pratap Singh Panwar
Kindly accept my sincere gratitude to MyGov and its team as I have been given a great opportunity to contribute my best in volunteering service. MyGov stands the most innovative in terms of engaging people in policy making. While sorting out inputs on 51 topics, which could be incorporated in policy decisions, I feel directly connected with the people, their problems, who desires to have their all leaders should be recognized as reformative, unbiased, qualified, competent for accountable governance and the best policy, they expect from the government.Hailing from a farming village, Chandoli, in Panipat, associated with the service project of Research Centre of Ministry of Agriculture, ICAR- NBAGR and living in Karnal, Haryana, I have never witnessed any such leadership at anywhere, who gives much weightage to a common man’s say in the governance process. Inspired by our PM Shri Narendra Modiji’s call for ensuring Surajya&Sawach Bharat, I hope my little contribution as a volunteer will surely facilitate good governance in its true sense.