SC Reg­is­trar urges Su­per­in­ten­dents of Ses­sions Courts to adopt ‘best prac­tices’

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

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

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