Director General addresses staff and officers of Federal Judicial Academy
DG vows for organizational restructuring in FJA
“Importance of staff and officers cannot be ruled out for smooth functioning of any organization. However, for the collective welfare of the staff and officers, coupled with effective working of the Federal Judicial Academy, the management has started work on comprehensive restructuring plan in the light of the Strategic Plan duly approved by the Hon’ble Chief Justice of Pakistan/ Chairman, Board of Governors of Academy,: said Director General of the Federal Judicial Academy. Mr. Hayat Ali Shah during his first address to staff and officers of the Academy on July 14, 2018.
DG maintained that, “All of us must have to own this organization and each member of the staff is duty bound to contribute to the effort of better performance of the Academy. Therefore, duties must be discharged with commitment, dedication, devotion and honesty of purpose. The “Integrity Management Unit” (IMU) is being introduced in the Academy so that high standard of official conduct, discipline and integrity has to be maintained in order to uphold the organizational governance and effective service delivery”.
Showing his determination for organizational restructuring and building staff capacity DG further said that, “The credibility and the dignity of the institution demanded efficient performance from the staff. Therefore, we would make every possible effort to arrange Capacity Building and Staff Trainings for all employees of the Academy within the Academy, in other capacity building training institutes in the country and if possible abroad also because Capacity Building boost employees’ performance. I am sanguine that the staff would work in a way that maintains the highest standards of service delivery”.
“I think we all need to do some deep soul- searching to take this Academy to new horizons of progress and for this we must treat this Academy as our Mother because it is our source of livelihood and comfort,” DG observed in his three-hour long brain storming, motivational and team-spirit inspiring interaction with the officers and staff in the auditorium of the Academy.
The staff members also expressed their gratitude to the Director General and assured him that they would go beyond the normal call of duty in order to come up to the expectations of the top management of the Academy.