Aizawl, Dec 15: A workshop on Result Framework Document and Mizoram Right to Public Services Act, 2015 was held today under the leadership of State Chief Secretary Lalmalsawma. Speaking at the workshop, which was held at ATI Conference Hall, New Secretariat Complex here, State CS Lalmalsawma said that every work whether it is of the government or organisation should be done in order to produce good result.
The government has a system, and rules and regulations are to ensure equal treatment and work without discrimination, he added.
Putting the emphasis on ‘result-oriented work’, Chief Secretary further said that while the system and rules and regulations are quite important, at the end it most important whether our work brings a good result. The government servants need to work having this mind-set, he added.
RFD Nodal Officer Lalrohlua oriented the gathering through PowerPoint on RDF which, he said, is a means for evaluation of the performance of the departments at the end of the year. Chief Secretary on the occasion handed over appreciation certificate to 10 departments for their outstanding performance on RDF during 2014-15.
The outstanding 10 departments include – Mizoram Home Guards, Horticulture, Excise & Narcotics, Environment&Forests, Food Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs, Planning, Prisons, Cooperation, Finance and School Education.
The other topic at the workshop today “The Mizoram Right to Public Services Act, 2015” has come into effect since December 1 last.
The Act gives a right to the citizen by which each citizen is to receive public service given by the government within stipulated time.
It covers the 51 public service rendered by 7 departments under Mizoram– Food, Civil Supplies & Consumer Affairs Department, Transport Department, Taxation Department, Rural Development Department, Finance Department, Social Welfare Department and Public Health Engineering Department.
Secretaries, Directors and Officers of various departments attended the workshop which was presided over by DP&AR Secretary V.Lalremthanga.