Khandu govt creates history, Reviews Secretariat Service Cadre for the first time

Itanagar

in yet another systemic governance reform, the Cabinet headed by Chief Minister Pema Khandu today inked history by approving the first Secretariat Service Cadre Review. Since inception of secretariat services in Arunachal Pradesh the same was never reviewed to the detriment of effective functioning of the Civil Secretariat

According to the approved proposal, three post of joint secretary, one post of joint secretary AR, 24 post of under secretary, one post each of senior analyst and one post of junior analyst of Administrative Reform dept., 28 post of section officer, one post of senior research officer (Finance), two post of PPS, 20 post of SPA, 30 Post of PA and 38 post of Junior secretarial assistant were created. Further Cabinet approved for up gradation of 116 post of senior secretariat assistants to assistant section officer.With this, a total of 148 new post have been created and 116 upgraded.

It is expected that with this landmark decision, effective delivery of public services and prompt decision making would be ensured. The employees of the Secretariat service will immensely benefit as the cadre review will ensure their career progression also.

Further a detail action plan for infusion of work culture was also approved by the Cabinet today. This action plan includes steps to ensure punctuality by introducing Aadhar enabled bio metric attendance system, punitive actions such as dies non, cut in pay on unauthorised absence, constitution of flying squads for regular checks etc. The action plan also reiterated periodical review of all employees under FR-56 J /Rule 48 of CCS(Pension rules), strict action against bypass of proper channel by employees, office inspection, fixing performance indicators for each officers and staff and strengthening of presence of vigilance mechanism.

Cabinet also approved creation of 440 temporary posts of Home Guards for capital city police. With this, the capital city police will be adequately equipped for effective management of law and order in the capital twin city. Further the city police can also utilise this manpower for easing the traffic woes of the city.