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Independent Administration Reforms Civil Service Commission

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Independent Administration Reforms Civil Service Commission

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www.e-ariana.com

IARCSC Chairman Ahmad Mushahid argued the super-skilled salaries had failed to produce results.
"We have new a plan abolishing the system of super-skilled salaries to government employees." After a meeting on human resource management (HRM), he told a press conference that the system should be eliminated because it had been unable to produce quality and efficiency. While hitting out at HRM chiefs, he suggested that instead of functioning as advisors, they should enforce law in their respective institutions and avoid pursuing their personal interests.


www.paktribune.com

Dr Ahmad Mushahid, director of the Independent Commission for Administrative Reforms and Civil Services (ICARCS), told journalists that 150 of the hopefuls would be selected on the basis of the test to attend the course. He added participants of the course would be taught theory as well as practical training in administration, English language, computer, accounting and financing. Dr Mushahid informed that the commission had imparted training to 200 students over the previous two years. He said lack of adequate funds was an impediment in starting such courses in all the 34 provinces of country.However, he said, they had planned to launch such courses in the northern province of Balkh and eastern province of Nangarhar next year.


www.e-ariana.com

Dr Ahmad Mushahid, director of the Independent Commission for Administrative Reforms and Civil Services (ICARCS), told journalists that 150 of the hopefuls would be selected on the basis of the test to attend the course. He added participants of the course would be taught theory as well as practical training in administration, English language, computer, accounting and financing.Dr Mushahid informed that the commission had imparted training to 200 students over the previous two years. He said lack of adequate funds was an impediment in starting such courses in all the 34 provinces of country.However, he said, they had planned to launch such courses in the northern province of Balkh and eastern province of Nangarhar next year.


www.sabawoon.com

Dr Ahmad Mushahid, director of the Independent Commission for Administrative Reforms and Civil Services (ICARCS), told journalists that 150 of the hopefuls would be selected on the basis of the test to attend the course.He added participants of the course would be taught theory as well as practical training in administration, English language, computer, accounting and financing.Dr Mushahid informed that the commission had imparted training to 200 students over the previous two years.He said lack of adequate funds was an impediment in starting such courses in all the 34 provinces of country.However, he said, they had planned to launch such courses in the northern province of Balkh and eastern province of Nangarhar next year.


www.afghanistannewscenter.com [cached]

MAZAR-I-SHARIF, Feb 12 (Pajhwok Afghan News): Dr Ahmad Mushahid, chief of the Independent Administration Reforms Civil Service Commission (IARCSC), has lauded the role of the commission in bringing reforms in governmental departments.
He said this during his visit to the northern province of Balkh on Monday. Mushahid attended a gathering on reforms in governmental offices which was largely attended by provincial officials. Speaking on the occasion, the CSC director said they had planned to start the reforms programme in all offices in the province. "In the past, appointments were used to be made on the basis of ethnicities, but the establishment of the commission had improved the situation and people are now employed on the basis of merit." Dr Mushahid said they had established 40 capacity building centres in which some 2,500 civil servants had so far been imparted training on management and computer applications. Regarding corruption in the government departments, Mushahid said it was still existing in some offices which often create law and order situation for the local administration.


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