PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Governor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra on Friday asked the civil servants for transparency in the official system and said that the civil service represents the core structure of any state, as it provides stability and continuity to the government.
Awarding certificates to 42 officers at that governor house on completion of the 22nd Senior Management Course from the National Institute of Management, the governor said that achieving set targets is indeed a success, but the major success lies in officers being honest, judicious, truthful, well-judged and result-oriented.
He said the habit of transparency and fair dealing must be inculcated in our official system and abiding by the rules and regulations should be the norms of the offices.
He said that such pieces of training provide a chance of acquiring knowledge and professional skills to bring an opportunity attitudinal change among the civil servants. While referring to the duties of civil servants, Jhagra said that the civil servants serve well to develop trust for them in the public.
Earlier, the National Institute of Management (NIM) Director General Nighat Mehroz apprised the Governor about training given to the officers at NIMS. Presenting a souvenir to the governor, Nighat Mehroz expressed her gratitude to him for gracing the occasion with his presence.