KATHMANDU, Jan 23: Nepal Civil Service Employee's Association (NCSEA) has urged the government to formulate work procedure and criteria for the adjustment of employees at three-levels.
At a press meet organized here today to unveil decisions of the Association's third central working committee meeting, its chair Kedar Prasad Devkota said the Association officials and members were ready to go any station provided that the adjustment process was undertaken on the basis of set work procedure and criteria.
He demanded one-grade promotion of employees of any post while sending them to the province from the federal level. The meeting demanded the government hold talks and negotiations with the official trade unions and national-level trade unions while implementing the employees' adjustment plan, thanking all those employees who contributed to making the recent elections to the State Assemblies and House of Representatives successful.
"Government employees should work in a free, impartial and transparent way to minimize corruption prevalent in the society and service seeker should be put in the first while delivering services," the Association asserted, demanding establishment of the citizen help desk in government offices.
The meeting agreed to hold the 17th meeting of its central council in coming May-June and third national general convention in August-September and the fifth national gathering of civil servants cooperatives operated in 68 districts in coming October-November.