Srinagar, May 10: Government on Tuesday directed all officers and officials working in various government departments, autonomous bodies and boards etc. to process and examine all concerning issues thoroughly before submitting the same for consideration or approval of authorities.
“Organizational Efficiency is concomitant to the adaptation of prudent processes and procedures and alignment by the employees. The elements of speed as well as quality in disposal of official business being of paramount importance requires due diligence from the employees,” reads a circular issued by the government, a copy of which lies with GNS, adding, “However, it has been observed that a number of files are being processed/examined in a casual manner thereby delaying timely disposal of issues, as also sometimes leading to inappropriate/incorrect disposal and decision.”
Such lack of effort and initiative on part of employees working in various government departments has been viewed seriously by the authorities, the circular underlined.
“It is accordingly, brought to the notice of all officers/officials working in various government departments/autonomous bodies/boards etc. to process/examine all concerning issues thoroughly before submitting the same for consideration/approval of authorities,” it said, adding, “Further, a comprehensive summary of relevant portions of correspondence in the matter along with deficiencies and a clear-cut proposal for disposal shall be submitted.”
The responsibility for any incorrect decision or delay in decision due to lack of due diligence in submission of notes or dereliction of part of any officer or official shall lie with the concerned officer or official, it said.
“It is also enjoined that every issue is thoroughly examined in light of relevant Rules/GFR/ Guidelines/Instructions/Precedence in the matter,” it reads further, adding, “These instructions are issued for compliance of all concerned.” (GNS)
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