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J&K RTC is being monitored by the government closely to make it a financial stone rather than a burden on the exchequer. Recently J&K Chief Secretary held a review meeting of this transport facility for the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

He laid emphasis on enhancing operational efficiencies in J&K RTC and asked the department to ensure that the kilometerage per day per vehicle is suitably increased for better return on investment.

He said the department needs to institute a robust monitoring system to constantly track the performance of the corporation vehicles for improved results.

The Administrative Secretary, ARI in his presentation informed that the department has vetted the draft recruitment rules of 20 departments during the last one year.

Eight offices have been administratively inspected so far during the current fiscal year and administrative inspection of 8 more offices will be conducted by the end of the current fiscal year.

He directed the department to update recruitment rules and finalize seniority lists of all departments, autonomous bodies and universities within one month.

He directed the department that all the recruitment rules should be updated and uploaded on the respective websites of the department.

He directed the department to ensure that administrative inspection of all the offices is conducted at least once in a year for improving efficiencies in the system.

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