Odisha: Implementation Of 5T, Mo Sarkar To Reflect In Appraisal Report

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The Odisha Govt has decided to reflect the implementation of 5T charter & "Mo Sarkar" initiative in the annual PAR of different categories of govt employees

Written By Varsha Chavan | Mumbai | Updated On:
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The Odisha Government on Friday has decided to reflect the implementation of 5T charter and "Mo Sarkar" initiative in the Annual Performance Appraisal Report (PAR) of different categories of Government employees, as per official notification. This decision will apply to the employees of departments which are implementing the "Mo Sarkar" initiative.

The Special Secretary of state, GC Patra said, "Government have already decided to accord 20 per cent weightage for the performance of government employees in the implementation of 5T components. Out of the allotted weightage of 20 per cent for 5T Charter, 5 per cent will be assigned in respect of performance under Mo Sarkar initiative." 

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Points assessment

In case of All India Service (AIS) officers, out of an overall numerical assessment of 10, a value of two would be assigned with respect to the performance of an officer on 5T and Mo Sarkar initiative. One mark has been assigned for implementation of 5T Charter of their departments, 0.5 marks each for implementing the Charter of the government and Mo Sarkar. 10 per cent has been earmarked for implementation of 5T Charter of Department while 5 per cent each for the implementation of 5T Charter of Government and Mo Sarkar.

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About 'Mo Sarkar' initiative

'Mo Sarkar', which means 'My Government' in Odia, is a transformative initiative of 5-T programme, which was introduced by Naveen Patnaik after he returned to power as the Chief Minister of the state for a fifth consecutive term on October 2 in order to promote transparency in the governance. According to reports, the programme was launched at all the police stations along with 21 district headquarters hospitals and three government-run medical college hospitals at Cuttack, Berhampur, and Sambalpur. However, it is said to be effective at all the 30 district headquarters by October 30. 

Further, the 5T programme is based on the philosophy that transparency, teamwork, technology and time leads to transformation. Reports stated that under this programme, the Chief Minister and other dignitaries will seek feedback from common citizens on the kind of response and service they received when they visited the government facilities. 

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(with ANI inputs)

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