Content Review Policy (CRP)

All possible efforts need to be taken to keep the content on the Website current and up-to-date. This Content Review Policy defines the roles and responsibilities of the website content review and the manner in which it need to be carried out. Review Policies are defined for the diverse content elements.

The Review Policy is based on different types of content elements, its validity and relevance as well as the archival policy. The matrix below gives the Content Review Policy:

Table (Content Review Policy-CRP)

Sr.No. Content Elements Frequency of Review Reviewer
1 About the Department/

 

Organization

Immediate in case a new Ministry/Department/State is created. Once in a quarter as a Policy.  
2 Programme/Schemes Immediate – for new programme/scheme

 

introduced

 
3 Policies Immediate – for new Policy introduced.  
4 Services Immediate in case of an event  
5 Forms Immediate in case of an event  
6 Acts/Rules Once in a quarter as a Policy  
7 Circulars/Notifications Immediate in case of an event  
8 Documents/Reports Once in a quarter as a Policy. Keep recent 2

 

years documents/ Reports

 
9 Announcements Immediate in case of an event  
10 News/Press Releases Immediate in case of an event  
11 Tenders/Notices Immediate – for new Tenders/Notices introduced.  
12 Photo-gallery Immediate in case of an event  

The entire website content would be reviewed for syntax once a week by [Reviewer]. And the URLs listed in website/portal are checked periodically through the automated scripts for its availability and necessary actions are taken to provide current and up-to-date website URLs.

Last updated on: 09/06/2017 - 17:20
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