Forty-one trainee officers of Class-I Accounts and Finance Service ministering 25th Professional Training Course at the National Institute of Financial Management, Faridabad, called on the President of India Ram Nath Kovind, today at Rashtrapati Bhavan.
The President adviced that their work ethics and responsibilities on the job to sit at the defining edge of “good governance” in the country. Accordingly, they have to maintain the highest standard of values, liability and pellucidity at all times in their respective sections. They equally play a critical role in the fulfilment of government schemes and projects.
The President has spoken that the mantra of our Government is “Minimum Government, Maximum Governance”, at the same time, there is an increasing assumption among with the citizens for greater ability in civil service delivery today. Demanding that the task at hand for civil servants, but with the larger assimilation
of technology in their work, to be new IT platforms, payment gateways or the constant capabilities of cyberspace, they can accomplish to crave the results.
Improving our accounting, budget and audit structures and continually renewing them in line with global best practices must also be high on their agenda.