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Minister Devi directs government employees to be result-oriented

08 September 2023  

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KATHMANDU: Minister for Federal Affairs and General Administration Anita Devi has directed civil servants to carry out result-oriented work.

Addressing a program organized here today on the occasion of the 20th Civil Service Day, the minister stressed the need for government workers to work professionally and creatively for development, prosperity, and good governance.

The role of civil administration in the completion of elections, the successful handling of natural disasters and crises, and the better management of political transitions is laudable, said the minister.

Saying the role of the Federal Civil Service Act is important to consolidate the federal administration system, she said the Federal Civil Service Bill has been moved ahead by the Ministry of General Administration as the Act has been delayed due to various technical reasons.

The Act will be implemented soon after its passage from the parliament. The minister expressed the hope that following the implementation of the Act, uncertainties not only in the federal civil service but also from the province to local levels would end.

She also expected the cooperation of all to get the Act passed.

The General Administration Minister directed civil servants working at the federal, provincial, and local levels, to serve the country and its people with discipline and commitment while pursuing prosperity and good governance.

The Day is being observed today with various programs across the country with the slogan of ‘Professional and Creative Administration, Development, Prosperity, and Good Governance’.


Publish Date : 08 September 2023 17:41 PM

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