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I recently used new BMTC website to check the timings of Airport bus services. I spent nearly 20mins to undertsnad and find a relevant timings I needed and finally ended up taking taxi to airport as the timingson website is too confusing. There is no clarity of timings as shown in the below screenshot. When I sent an email they replied its correct. Initailly I thought its my browser issue. checked with IE, Firefox and chrome same issue.When I sent screenshot no reply. Just left them to enjoy and stay in peace.EVen i had include MD of BMTC. Sorry i am not getting the email which i snet them couple of months back.

 

If you look at the below screenshot the timings are not arranged correctly...is it not confusing.

 

Common put it in a tabular column.. Anyway you are paying money to design the website why not check the quality of the website.

 

I was looking for J.P Nagar to jayanagr 4th block in search field...all jayanagar blocks are mentioned except 4th block.is it not ridiculous. I wish it reaches proper department to rectify the issues on the websites

URL: http://www.mybmtc.com/airportservices

 

 

 

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pradeep's picture

oh i did check other bus

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oh i did check other bus timings style..its same..timings are messed jumbled..it not in proper order.no start time and end time in tabular form. I dont know who designed this website and who reviewed it from BMTC side.

Regards,

Pradeep

“An act of charity by the citizens questions the worthiness of the government.” 

murali772's picture

no redemption for BMTC

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@ Pradeep - There's no redemption for BMTC, or any of the other govt service providers. The simple answer is competition, privatisation, outsourcing. Those who have problems with these ideas, may fiirst want to read this blog before commenting.

As far as bus services are concerned, the answer lies here.
 

Muralidhar Rao
pradeep's picture

I dont think privatization

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I dont think privatization helps...because people are greedy.Prices are not controlled...I dont sir God save this country...no hope..

Regards,

Pradeep

“An act of charity by the citizens questions the worthiness of the government.” 

murali772's picture

yes, we can!

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@ Pradeep - I don't know if you read the entire debate in the blog I had linked. If yes, and you still maintain that God alone can save this country, let me tell you that God bothers only with those who are prepared to help themselves. Just electing a government and expecting it to do everything for you, I am sure, God doesn't view as helping oneself. The people, the public, have to "do it", as the "nike" ad says.

But, the word public in "public sector" is a mis-fit. The public sector, as we see in this country, are largely private coteries, in the control of a minister, a few babu's, and the unions. There is very little accountability on the ground, though it is all supposed to be there on paper. And, the erstwhile MMS government has shown us how they all can be hijacked merrily to serve private ends.

As compared to that, see how the fluctuations in the value of its shares, over the past six months (and, continuing), made the Infosys management respond to the moods of the large sections of its shareholders and come up with quick decisions. Infosys type companies, if you ask me, are the proper "public sector" (unfortunately termed "private sector"), accountable to the public (shareholders) at large, apart from SEBI, Registrar of Companies, and various other government agencies (in fact, far too many), all of whom keep a close watch on them. Yes, some have got away with various kinds of misdemeanours at various times, in spite of all the checks and balances; but, that's all because of the interference by the likes of a "A Raja". If the government discharges its functions, viz facilitation, regulation, and control (where essential), properly, they will by and large do a good job, and take us to the pinnacle where we ought to be.

In fact, can't you quite see that, in telecom, civil aviation, banking, insurance, and such services (and manufacture of goods), which have been opened out to competition from private sector, we are up there already? Or, do you believe in this?

Muralidhar Rao
amithpallavoor's picture

  Murali Sir, going by your

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Murali Sir, can we push for private participation in CRS?

 
I don't have a problem with privatization in railways but the issues related to Crony Capitalism need to be addressed. Otherwise, we are looking at a repeat of the NHAI story.
 
In a truly egalitarian and predominantly libertarian society, every individual has maximum social and economic freedom. 
 
The world has largely seen mostly Right Centrist Societies with focus on Rightism . The world would be a much better place if these societies were Right Centrist with focus on individualism. The economic freedom is also restricted only to the few privileged individuals. 
 
I am a radical centrist on most matters although my views are largely liberal.
 
amithpallavoor's picture

The RITES report on CRS

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The RITES report on CRS funding feels that railway contractors and suppliers can be part of the project either through the Equity or Debt Route.

Whilst, they should not be barred from subscribing to the issue through an IPO but there should be no special privileges accorded to them while alloting shares or bonds. 

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