Sikkim issues SOP to ensure attendance & punctuality in govt offices
A day after the creation of a separate Directorate to house nonperforming government officials, the office of the Chief Secretary of Sikkim has issued Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to all
A day after the creation of a separate Directorate to house nonperforming government officials, the office of the Chief Secretary of Sikkim has issued Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) to all the Head of the Departments, and PSUs to ensure punctuality and attendance in the Government Offices,
In the SOP issued by the Office of the Chief Secretary, the Head of the departments or head of the Office have been asked to carry out of surprise checks and periodic inspection of their offices by their designated officers at sharp 10 AM and 4.30 in the afternoon.
The SOP has asked for strict action againt those reporting late and found absent
Also the Chief Secretary office has decieded to depute inspecting officers from the other departments to check on other departments or offices. The Superintendent of Police of the districts have been asked to provide police personnel to accompany those inspecting officers.
In case of officers and staffs found absent or unavailable without prior permission or sanctioned leave or approved tour programme such absence will be treated as unauthorized absence amounting to misconduct.
Earlier Sikkim CM Prem Singh Tamang Golay had decided to create a separate departe for govt employees who are nonperformers or are creating obstacles for others.
Taking a sarcastic dig at non-performers, CM Tamang said that those who have no focus on work also end up creating obstacles for others and hence need to be put elsewhere.
Those who shall be put in the separate department shall not be entitled to any perks apart from their salaries, CM Golay had announced.
First Published: 6th April, 2022 17:23 IST
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