I filed an application for Information of period from 1st April 2012 to 31st March 2013 about working of MCA21 portal. My question was:
Description of the information required:
1. Current User Capacity of MCA21 Portal,
2. Number of Month – wise Log – in on MCA21 portal from 1st April 2012 to 31st March 2013
3. Total Month – wise time – period, during 1st April 2012 to 31st March 2013, when MCA21 Portal was not working due to Maintenance, Updating, Production release, upgrades, switchovers, switchback drills or other official Reasons; and details thereof,
4. Total month – wise time period, during 1st April 2012 to 31st March 2013, when MCA21 Portal put notice like “Large numbers of users are logged in MCA21 portal. Kindly try after some time.”
I received this reply from Ministry of Corporate Affairs, which is also embedded here. Please read and share your views on comment section of this blog post.
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Tagged CorpGov, CorpLaw, Corporate, Corporate Governance, Corporate Law, e-Governance, India, MCA, Ministry of corporate affairs, Reforms, Right to Information, RTI
Employee’s welfare is also a matter corporate social responsibility for all body corporate. During debate on corporate social responsibilities we heard a lot from all quarters.
Principle 3 of National Voluntary Guideline on Social, Environment, & Economic Responsibilities of Business issued by Ministry of Corporate Affairs say, ”Businesses should promote the well being of all Employees.” On page 17 of this guideline, it is mentioned that “…strongly believe that addressing health issues significantly contributes to the sustainability of their business operations and especially the health and welfare of their employees.” There is separate guideline issued by Government for Central Public sector Enterprises.
As a stakeholder, we have interest in measures taken by professional bodies under Ministry of Corporate Affairs. It is noteworthy to note, these professional bodies are very instrumental to spread awareness about corporate social responsibilities on behalf of government. I filed applications under three professional bodies and asked same questions:
Posted in Company Secretary, CorpGov, CSR, Governance and Responsibility, Institute of Company Secretaries of India - ICSI, Truth of Our Time
Tagged CorpGov, CorpLaw, Corporate, Corporate Governance, CSR, Employees Welfare, Health, ICAI, ICSI, India, Institute of Chartered Accountants of India, Institute of Company Secretaries of India, institute of Cost Accountants of India, Ministry of corporate affairs, RTI
Yes. I claim; Indian Railway penalise its victims. This is being done openly in broad day light under nose of our Parliament and active judiciary without anyone, including victims noticing it. I first time in 2008 noticed that innocent Indian are being penalised for a wrongful act primarily by railway.
Posted in CSR, Governance and Responsibility, Truth of Our Time
Tagged Aligarh, Delhi, India, India against corruption, Indian Railway, New Delhi, Reforms, Right to Information, RTI