A total of 5737 targets were identified for implementation during the campaign. The achievement against these targets is 5687—a total of 5346 Sq. Ft. of space has been freed and Rs. 6,000,00/- has been earned from scrap disposal.
3496 physical files have been weeded out and 1633 electronic files have been closed. A total of 412 ‘Swachhata Campaigns’ have been conducted across the country. The activities implemented under the Special Campaign 3.0 have been amplified extensively on social media. More than 200 posts have been uploaded on the various social media handles to create awareness about Special Campaign 3.0.
Students from Central Institutes of Hotel Management (IHMs) and stakeholders from the tourism sector joined the cleanliness campaign for providing Swachh surroundings not only within the office and institute premises but also in the areas visited by the tourists taking forward the concept of Jan Bhagidari.
Beaches, school & college campuses, museums and public spaces have been covered under the special campaign. Plantation drives have been undertaken for cleaning and rejuvenating common spaces. Record Room Management has also been given due focus by weeding out old files and disposing of old & unused items to create more functional space. The corridor in the Ministry of Tourism, Transport Bhawan has been upgraded, reflecting the commitment to enhancing workspace aesthetics and functionality. India Tourism Office Delhi moderated its office space by creating 12 Modular Workstations for better visitor interactions.