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Railway Minister Orders Ministry Officials to Work in 2 Shifts

Railway Minister Orders Ministry Officials to Work in 2 Shifts

Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav has been in action ever since he took charge on Thursday. Along with assuming the responsibility, he did the first thing to tidy up the work of his office and for this he has taken a big decision regarding the working hours in the Ministry of Railways. Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav, in his first instruction, has asked officers and employees in the Ministry of Railways to work in two shifts.

According to this instruction of the Railway Minister, all the officers and employees of MR Cell i.e. Railway Minister’s Office will work in 2 shifts with immediate effect. The first shift will be from 7 am to 4 pm and the second shift will be from 3 pm to 12 pm. That is, the Railway Minister’s office will work from seven in the morning to 12 in the night.

MR Cell means Railway Minister’s Office and other people associated with it (Paraphernalia). This rule of working in two shifts roughly applies to 20 to 50 officers. But this number can be more or less as per the requirement. Including all the employees, this number can be limited to 80 employees.

It is clear from this order that the Railway Minister wants to increase the working hours of the Ministry and a new system is being made for that. On this order, the higher officials of the Railways say that the Railways has to do a lot on mission mode, for which every minute is important. It is clear that the Railways is gearing up to work vigorously to take forward its expansion and modernization work. Taking charge, the Railway Minister had said that he would take forward the mission of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. In such a situation, it is obvious that the Railway Minister wants to show his activism from day one in taking forward this mission of PM in the Railways.

BJP MP from Odisha Ashwini Vaishnav is a 1994 batch IAS officer. Many of his works have got fame while being an IAS officer. His mission of providing relief during the cyclone in Balasore, Odisha was highly praised. Ashwini Vaishnav has also been the Deputy Secretary in the PMO during the time of Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee. Vaishnav took voluntary retirement in 2010 after being an IAS from Odisha cadre for 16 years and joined politics. Ashwini Vaishnav is a Rajya Sabha member since 28 June 2019. Ashwini Vaishnav has taken M.Tech and MBA degree. He studied at IIT Kanpur and the world famous business university The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.

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