Department for economics

Department for economics

Main activity of the department includes the following apart from others.

  1. Monitoring of prices of the commodities.
  2. Forecasting of commodity prices.
  3. Policies relating to price control.
  4. Monitoring output of agriculture cultivation, industrial production etc.
  5. Monitoring public distribution system and stock of food grains.
  6. Draft policy guidelines to be adopted to quantify domestic production and export of commodities.
  7. Educate departments to effectively manage funds within the limited availability.
  8. Educate departments for effective utilization of excess funds.
  9. Guidelines to be suggested to departments for good investment plans on short-term, medium-term and long-term.
  10. Educate departments on risk/benefits aspects of investments industry-wise.

The department must focus on the following issues apart from many others:

  1. Investment on health related matters
  2. Investment on education matters
  3. Investment and exposure of arms and defense equipment producing sectors.
  4. Investment on department wise funds
  5. Investment on manpower department wise
  6. Investment on construction and development
  7. Investment on transportation industries
  8. Investment on non productive sectors
  9. Investment on highly productive sectors
  10. Investment on new ventures like promoting start up projects etc.

Good economic based assessment, planning and investment will result in growth, preventing losses, definite return on investments and overall development and prosperity of the nation.

The department head must convene meetings with senior officials of the department and make a complete draft of rules, regulations and by-law of each and every function of the department. This is 100% required for the smooth functioning of the department. You must ensure that these by-laws are framed in accordance with the fundamental guidelines of the new regime of administration. All the existing rules and regulations of the department will automatically become null and void with the introduction of the new regime of administration. All employees must follow the new rules and regulations in letter and spirit without fail.

The draft must be framed 100% in accordance with the guidelines of the new regime of administration and forward the same to HR department, who will go through the draft and re-confirm all aspects of the by-laws including the man power requirement. HR department has to reconfirm that the rules and regulations are not contradicting with the fundamental guidelines of the new regime of administration and put up the same to the head of the nation for final approval. The approved draft thereafter becomes a rule, regulation and by-law of the department. This must be done on a war-footing basis. The entire process must be completed within a time limit of 122 days from the date of enforcement of the new regime of administration. The final approved rules and regulations of the department will be the new constitution of the new regime of administration for the department. The process of incorporating any changes, amendments, alterations, additions or deletions can be suggested by the head of the department at a later stage and the same has to be forwarded to HR department for scrutiny and should be sent to the head of the nation for ratification. A printed copy of this new constitution has to be given to all senior officials within the department and a copy each to all other heads of the departments for their reference.

Violation of the above guidelines will result in nothing less than death warrant. The invisible forces of Nature are tracing and tracking every moment of all of you. Do not take any risk of violating the guidelines of the new regime of administration. It will be at the cost of your life.

All the corrupted people will have to face death warrant punishment, if they do not make use of the final chance to escape from the punishment as provided in Amnesty scheme.

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