Attendance in govt offices improves

Attendance in govt offices improves

Since the day Governor’s rule has been imposed in the state the punctuality in the government offices has improved so has the attendance.
According to the official data 109654 employees are now registered on the Aadhaar Enabled Bio Metric Attendance System (AEBAS), as against 73461 registered on AEBAS on 22nd of June, 2018. Similarly, as of today, 2466 employees in civil secretariat are registered on AEBAS, as against 2279 on 22nd of June, 2018.
Soon after the Governor N N Vohra took over the reins of the state he asked all the heads of the departments to ensure punctuality in government offices including the civil secretariat. After he (the Governor) passed on the instructions the HODs have ensure that biometric system of attendance is implemented in letter and spirit and government employees don’t shriek work.
Another reason for government employees becoming punctual is that they don’t have to mark their attendance in the durbars of the politicians these days. Since the day PDP-BJP government has fallen many people believe that officials are taking their jobs seriously. And have become punctual.
Very importantly the work culture has got revived in the government offices and the officials have been made accountable. Overall performance and the efficiency of the government officials has increased.
The million dollar question is why do officials take their jobs casually when politicians are in power. Why this punctuality disappears when elected representatives are in power. The Governor’s administration has proved it beyond doubt that nothing is impossible and government employees are public servants who have to follow certain rules and regulations and they are meant for serving people.
One hopes that they keep on following the rules in letter and spirit so that the common people are benefitted and they don’t have to run from pillar to post to get their genuine grievances addressed.