CM agrees to regularization of employees hired through NTS

PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has in principle agreed to the regularization of teaching employees recruited through NTS in the education department. The list of such employees should also include IT related staff and others in all departments.  
The chief minister approved the regularization design at meeting he presided over at the chief minister house on Tuesday.
The meeting was held to discuss a two-point agenda that included the regularization of teachers and other employees recruited through NTS, the upgradation of police officials and officials in other public sector departments and entities, the financial implications and the required approval at proper forum and the subsequent legislations for the regularization and made a number of decisions.
The chief minister issued the required directives for both the regularization and the upgradation of different posts.
He directed for a uniform and just approach in both the regularization and upgradation of employees, adding his government would spend billions on the overall design of the regularization and upgradation. However, his government expects a matching efficiency from the public servants for the efficient services to the people. His government was giving more than their rights to the public sector employees and certainly this should be commensurate to the delivery on their part through enhanced efficiency, he added.
He directed to bring a combined case for the regularization of teachers and other employees to the provincial cabinet for clearance in its next meeting.
Regarding the upgradation of police and employees of other departments, the chief minister directed that the already finalized case of upgradation should be brought to the agenda of the provincial cabinet in its next sitting. However, he directed the concerned departments to prepare a  consolidated case of upgradation of all departments.

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