Ex CAG Bats For Uniform Standard Of Accountability For All Public Servants

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Ex CAG Bats For Uniform Standard Of Accountability For All Public Servants

| Updated: March 27, 2023 13:26

The 16th convention of All India Federation of State Civil/Administrative Service Officers was organised by the Rajasthan Administrative Service Council in Jaipur on Sunday.

Among distinguished guests who virtually addressed the gathering former Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) Rajiv Mehrishi, held that integrity remains the keystone for public servants

“It is very important to have uniformity in the standards of accountability at the national level,” he stated, while highlighting contemporary challenges of administration, future requirements for good governance and fair distribution of services.

Citing the example of MGNREGA, Mehrishi clarified that proper training is needed even at the lowest level of administration so that uniformity can be established in decisions, policies and its results.

IAS officer Dharmendra Bhatnagar spoke on ‘Perspective of Civil Servant and the Way Forward’ in the next session of the seminar and discussed the changing moral values and the changing scenario. All the delegates participating in the convention praised the hospitality of Rajasthan. He also delivered the vote of thanks to RAS Association president Gaurav Bajad.

Senior Rajasthan Administrative Service (RAS) officer Gaurav Bajad was elected as the president of All India Federation of State Civil/Administrative Service Association.

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