Karachi, July 11, 2017 (PPI-OT):Civil Servants reforms are the fundamental need of time, their improvement will bring positive changes in the Good Governance. Chief Secretary Sindh Rizwan Memon said this, while addressing a one day workshop held the other day in Karachi organized by Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms and SGA and CD (Services General Administration and Coordination Department), Government of Sindh. Rizwan Memon maintained that the Sindh Government is endeavouring to ensure promoting the service structure in collaboration with the M/O P.D. and Reforms, for betterment of the service delivery system, in the larger national interest.
Federal Secretary P.D. and R Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui elucidated that Service reforms are essential for Promotion and development of the system, thus Federal and Provincial Governments are jointly streamlining this task. He expressed immense pleasure over warmly participation of civil servants, parliamentarians, journalists and other respected people belong to various important classes. He viewed that for reaching results would be achieved through service reforms.
MPA Mrs. Mehtab Akbar Rashid, Prof. Dr. Mazhar ul Haq Siddiqui, Dr. Falah Muhammad Burfat, DIG Sindh Police Aftab Pathan, Member SPSC Ghulam Shabbir Shah, Provincial Secretaries Mohsin Ali Shah, Raziuddin Qureshi, Riazuddin Soomro, Zulfiqar Ali Shallwani, Sajid Jamal, Abro, Abdul Haleem Shaikh, Qazi Shahid Pervez and Member P.D. and Reforms Suhail Safdar also spoke. Journalist G.M. Jamali also spoke.
The recommendation made in the Group discussions were also finalized in the workshop, regarding Service Structure, Cadre System, ACR (Annual Confidential Report), Training, Refresher Courses, Monitoring and Evaluation, Service Posting Tenure and Performance Management aimed at cooperating them in the task, under reference.
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