ISLAMABAD - Dr Faqir Hussian, Registrar Supreme Court of Pakistan, has said that training was an essential element to develop professionalism among the employees of any organisation.
He added that training sharpens employees’ skills and make the organisation more effective and community service-oriented one. He expressed these views in the certificate-awarding ceremony of one-week training course entitled “How to be an effective Nazir” for Nazirs/Accountants hailing from all over Pakistan including Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan here at the Federal Judicial Academy (FJA) on Saturday.
Speaking about the state of training in Pakistan he said: “Indeed, trainings enhance the capacity of the employees, the trainings play an important role to improve the overall efficiency of any organization but it is evident that this very vital area has not been accorded due importance in our country in the past. Those organizations where the trainings are institutionalized such as military, their performance is better.”
Regarding reforms in the system he opined: reforms come slowly and gradually in any system.
The civilized countries arrange such like trainings, orientations and workshops for their people, they hold discussions, they exchange views with each other, they conduct research on various subjects, research and review is not stagnant in those nations, they keep on exploring some thing the best on the basis of their constant research, and then, they evolve new procedures keeping in view which method or procedure is economical and resource -saving but with the best results. You must keep in this thing in mind that they have the same system, they hurriedly and abruptly change the system but they develop that system with intellectual and fiscal investment.
Eulogizing the role of Federal Judicial Academy (FJA), Islamabad, he opined: “Since long this prime judicial training institute of the country has been playing a dynamic role in the training and orientation to the Judicial Officers, court personnel and other stakeholders of administration of justice including the lawyers, law officers, and attorneys but being the premier judicial training institute, this Federal judicial Academy has to play “model role” for other newly established provincial academies.
Appreciating the course content with special reference to the topics such as account keeping and disbursement of cash, he advised the trainees to deal with financial matters carefully and meticulously.
“Whenever any file concerning the financial matters comes to me, I read it with utmost care because it is a technical one and the money which comes to us is from the national exchequer and that’s poor taxpayers money, hence, we have all have to deal with financial matters with utmost care and honesty so that the poor of this country may not suffer” he maintained.
He said that these like training courses were essentially necessary to promote national harmony and integration in the country.
You must bear in mind when any person commits any mistake in any system or when there is noticed any deficiency or discrepancy in any individual, then, it adversely impacts the system because that deficiency or discrepancy is not considered of an individual but of that system and of that organization, therefore, all of us have to make concerted efforts to make this system successful” he concluded.
Earlier, DG of the Academy presented an overview of the course and said that the purpose of this brief training course was to impart necessary knowledge and training to the Nazirs/Accounts.
Hashim Abro, spokesman of the Academy said that the chief guest gave away certificates to twenty course participants in the ceremony.