"The leftover staff will go to up to 50 percent according to necessity to be evaluated by tops of the divisions concerned (remaining 50% of the staff will telecommute) till 31 December, 2020, or till additional orders whichever is prior," expressed the DDMA request.
Private workplaces are encouraged to stagger the workplace timings and furthermore presence and quantum of staff with a target to diminish the quantity of representatives going to office simultaneously. They are additionally instructed to follow the work on concerning telecommute with respect to as could be expected under the circumstances, it said.
In a tweet, Delhi Revenue minister Kailash Gahlot stated, "DDMA has chosen to lessen number of government workers going to office simultaneously, it has been concluded that in regard of officials lower than Grade 1, just half of the strength will go to office. Private workplaces are additionally informed to stagger timings and presence with respect to staff."
The proposal from the Delhi government's revenue department to decrease presence of insignificant administrations staff in workplaces to 50 percent was shipped off the Lt Governor on Friday who is additionally executive of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) for authorization, Gahlot said.
"The heads of divisions will choose about how to implement it as indicated by necessity of staff available to them," Mr. Gahlot told PTI. As indicated by authorities, the move, relevant to all Delhi government employees aside from grade-one or more officials, intends to cut down number of trivial services staff in the workplaces considering COVID-19 pandemic.
The proposition was made in accordance with an order of Union Ministry of Home Affairs on 25 November for considering steps to diminish the quantity of employees in government workplaces through different measure to guarantee social distancing, an authority said. The proposition doesn't cover divisions worried about basic administrations, including wellbeing, police, home guard and civil defence, district administrations, fire, power and water, municipal sevices among others, the official said.
Nonetheless, other Delhi government workplaces, self-sufficient bodies, public area units, corporations and local bodies, related with unnecessary administrations, are covered by the proposition. The heads of offices and organizations concerned will set up a timetable for doling out office timings and employees to be needed for work purpose, the official said.