SC Registrar urges Superintendents of Sessions Courts to adopt ‘best practices’
ISLAMABAD—Arbab Muhammad Arif, Registrar, Supreme Court of Pakistan (SCP) has urged the Superintendents of the Sessions Courts to start adopting “best practices” for effective management and performance in the district courts.
While addressing the Superintendents of Sessions Courts on the occasion of certificate awarding ceremony at the conclusion of a oneweek training course on “How to be Effective Superintendents,” he said on Saturday, “To have a truly effective performance, the Superintendents, who play a role of controlling officer, including the variegated duties and responsibilities, must adopt and encourage the use of “best practices “and quit and discourage the use of outdated and ineffective practices.”
“Learning never exhausts the mind but it refreshes and enriches the mind. Whenever I come to the Academy, I always feel privileged and learn something and try to practice the same in my practical life. I also urge all of you to practice and share with others whatever you could learn from here during this training,” he concluded.
Earlier, DG of the Academy, presented his welcome speech and an overview of the training course.
He said, “Superintendents of the Sessions Courts perform manifold duties and different functions because they become some sort of “hub” and coordination officer and this course was tailored keeping in view their practical problems and challenges so as to enhance their effectiveness in performance.”
Twenty six Superintendents of the Sessions Courts from all over Pakistan, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan were awarded certificates in the ceremony.—INP