Make regular audit part of work culture


To obfuscate, prevent and pre-empt any chances of procedural lapses, irregularities and corrupt practices creeping in the working system to undermine and affect its vitals, it was imperative to have regular , surprise and effective auditing conducted in departments and offices of the Government . Not only that, replying and rectifying audit irregularities as pointed out in audit reports must be treated as important as the very purpose of auditing. We are, on and off stressing upon this nonnegotiable requirement and inalienable part of working mechanism to be implemented scrupulously and effectively in Jammu and Kashmir. Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha having recently taken a serious note of delays made in conducting of regular audits of previous years of SKUAST- J , therefore, has passed instructions to this effect to get it done speedily. It is astonishing that there should be the most sensitive part of working – the audit – in arrears and the Lt. Governor asking for the same to be undertaken now. The SKUAST is such a type of university which has to play important role related to the most important part of the economy – the agriculture and allied matters- and must remain very much audit conscious and ”all clear” from the angle of auditing regularly which otherwise holds good for any office, institution or department