DIPR Bids Farewell To Outgoing Commissioner And Secretary - Eastern Mirror
Wednesday, February 21, 2024
Kohima, Nagaland

DIPR bids farewell to outgoing commissioner and secretary

By EMN Updated: Jan 31, 2024 9:14 pm
V Maria Yanthan and other officials of IPR during the farewell programme in Kohima on Wednesday.

Directorate of Information and Public Relations (DIPR) on Wednesday bade farewell to its outgoing commissioner and secretary, V Maria Yanthan, during a programme held at her office chamber at the Nagaland Civil Secretariat.

Speaking at the programme, Maria Yanthan stated that she had served Nagaland government faithfully and sincerely over the years and encouraged all the government servants to take their job seriously and work diligently. She also encouraged all to maintain office decorum and be professional while discharging one’s duty, stated a DIPR report.

She thanked all the officers and staff at the Secretariat and Directorate for their support and cooperation and wished them the best in their endeavours.

The joint secretary of IPR, Kusa Fithu, who spoke on behalf of officers and staff, congratulated the retiring commissioner and secretary and extended best wishes in all her future endeavours. She added that her contributions and good deeds towards the department would be cherished and remembered.

Meanwhile, the director of IPR, Dzüvinuo Theünuo, has described as a victorious occasion and congratulated the outgoing commissioner and secretary for completing the service career in good health. Stating that IPR is a service-oriented department, she thanked the outgoing commissioner and secretary and her officers and staff at the Secretariat for always being supportive towards the directorate and proactively getting things done on time.

She further wished Yanthan a happy and fun-filled retired life.

The deputy secretary of IPR, Peter Chawang, chaired the programme and delivered the welcome speech.

Agriculture dept. bids farewell

The District Agriculture Office (DAO), Kohima, bade farewell to its retiring senior head assistant, Marcus Kasho, during a programme held at its conference hall on Wednesday.

Short speeches were delivered by the staff and the outgoing head assistant.

By EMN Updated: Jan 31, 2024 9:14:37 pm
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