NEW DELHI: Rashtrapati Bhavan, UPSC Building, Hyderabad House, Jawaharlal Nehru Bhavan and Vigyan Bhavan have been ranked among the cleanest government buildings in the national capital, according to a survey released on Tuesday.
However, Nirvachan Sadan, Jaipur House, Jamnagar House, Jaisalmer House and AGCR Building found their place at the bottom of the list of 36 such premises.
Compared to the survey last year, Hyderabad House, Vigyan Bhavan and Jawaharlal Nehru Bhavan retained the maximum score of 20 this year too, while Rashtrapati Bhavan with a score of 20 this year improved one point from its position last year.
Under the ambit of the Swachh Bharat Mission (Urban), the assessment exercise was carried out by the Central Public Works Department (CPWD) between March 16 and 21.
UPSC Building has shown substantial improvement from over 17 score last year to register a perfect score in 2016.
AGCR Building, scoring nine points this year, the least, was at the bottom last year too with the same score, while Jaisalmer House improved by one point to score 11 points.
National Museum and New CAG Building retained its last year score of 18 points each, while South Block and Sena Bhavan improved by two points each to score 17.
However, IP Bhavan and Transport Bhavan (15 points each), Drum-shaped building (11 points) have not shown any improvement from their lower scores previous year.
On the other hand, Nirvachan Sadan’s performance has declined substantially with a score of 13 this year over the 18 points it collected in 2015 and Sardar Patel Bhavan dropped by two notches to score 16 points.
The cleanliness survey was based on three distinct parameters — sanitation infrastructure in the office and overall cleanliness with 40 per cent weightage each and mechanism employed for proper disposal of solid waste with 20 percent weightage.
Credits ET Realty