Chandigarh: 14 sports department employees found absent during surprise checking

Updated on Dec 06, 2022 01:19 AM IST

Chandigarh director of sports Sorabh Arora carried out a surprise check at the sports department office in Sector 42 on Monday and found that 14 of the total 40 employees had not turned up by the reporting time of 9.30 am

A show-cause notice has been issued to the employees and they have been asked for a reply within seven days (HT File)
A show-cause notice has been issued to the employees and they have been asked for a reply within seven days (HT File)
By, Chandigarh

UT director of sports Sorabh Arora carried out a surprise check at the sports department office in Sector 42 on Monday and found that 14 of the total 40 employees had not turned up by the reporting time of 9.30 am.

A show-cause notice has been issued to the employees and they have been asked for a reply within seven days, failing which disciplinary action will be taken against them, said Arora.

He added that the department will be soon introducing biometric attendance at the department office to ensure that employees reach office at 9.30 am and leave at 5 pm.

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