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PM announces revolutionary measures for the development of public servants

  Islamabad: PM announces revolutionary steps for development of civil services officers, under which development will now be based on best performance and performance of government employees who have completed 20 years of service. Has been mandated.
  According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan fulfilled another promise made in the party manifesto and approved revolutionary changes in the bureaucracy system.
  Major reforms have been made by the Prime Minister to the laws of the Civil Servants of Pakistan, under which the development of civil servants will now be based on excellent performance and will have a mandatory review after 20 years.
  The performance of government employees who have completed 20 years of service has been declared compulsory and an Evaluation Board will be made with the said senior secretaries and FPS chairman, while the board will decide whether or not the civil servant will be retained. In the event of dissatisfaction with the officer, the officer may be retired.
  Improved ranking in ACR is also subject to performance; 20% of officers will be eligible for development in grades 20 and 21; grade 21 will require outside service to advance and men must serve women for 5 years for another 3 years. Serve in the provinces.
  The Josul Servant will stay in a province for more than 10 years and will not receive any advancement while the officers in the Hard Areas of the 19th to 20th grades must be served.
  Under the Civil Service Reform, Effie Shaensey and Disposal Rules have also been made, according to which the inquiry officer investigating the irregularities will be liable to submit the report within 60 days. If the report is not valid, action will also be taken against the inquiry officer. Will

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