YB WEB DESK. Dated: 5/14/2022 1:52:09 PM

Government’s decision to assign deliverables to all departments is a first-of-its-kind and innovative initiative of the Government aimed at propelling growth and development in the Union Territory by prioritizing transformative action in all areas is soothing in reading and good in hearing. It is a transformative step to achieve the Government’s objective of good governance through holistic and transparent development of Jammu and Kashmir that is also honest effort. But what happened to pervious order wherein Jammu and Kashmir government had ordered all the employees working in various government departments, PSUs, organizations to upload their monthly achievements, performance on J&K Employees Performance Monitoring (JKEPM) portal by or before 7th of every month. As per the order issued by the government it has directed all the reviewing, Controlling Officers to carry self-assessment of their immediate subordinates by 15th of every month. “All the reviewing/ Controlling Officers shall review the self-assessment of their immediate subordinates by 15th of every month”, reads the order. Sources said that the move was aimed to ensure the better work performance by the employees of the union territory of Jammu and Kashmir, amounting to the monthly performance evaluation of the employees across Jammu and Kashmir. According to officials, the government wanted to ensure that the employees posted or assigned on jobs across the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir are upto their assigned works, and the move will leave no scope for leniency towards work. But it is unfortunate that there are files from years together eating dust in various government offices. The officials put self made conditions upon visitors thus they prefer to avoid taking feedback. It is mandatory for the authorities at the helm of affairs to inspect on ground level after any order is issued.


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