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First in-service veterinarian in India inducted into IAS

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By EMN Updated: Jul 05, 2019 11:56 pm
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Dimpaur, July 5 (EMN): The Confederation of All Nagaland State Services Employees’ Association (CANSEEA) organised a felicitation programme for Dr. Zasekuolie Chusi, IAS at Hotel Japfü, Kohima on July 4 for being inducted into the Indian Administrative Service, the first in-service veterinarian in India, said an update from DIPR.

While attributing his achievements to God, Chusi thanked the CANSSEA, other service associations and everyone for their support, encouragement, love and concern shown towards him. He further appealed to the associations to put their heads and mind together to fight for their demands and their rights.

We need to change the mindset and attitude; to come forward and shoulder the responsibilities, he said. He also ‘urged them to focus and perform their duties and obligations to the public and the government.’

Transport Commissioner, Elias T. Lotha said that it was an honour to felicitate Chusi on his induction into the IAS from among the members of State non-civil services. He said that “it was a defining moment in the history of CANSSEA as the Government has been very considerate and had acted with a great sense of justice by conferring the IAS post to a member of State non-civil services department.”

The struggle for more IAS posts for State non-civil services departments has been long, and will continue in the years to come, he said. He also acknowledged every member of the organisation who had tirelessly rendered selfless services in enabling the government to recognise the rights of State non-civil services department.

A felicitation certificate was awarded to Milan Rajbanshi, president of All India Government Drivers Federation (AIGDF) Central Committee, New Delhi for being the first Nagaland government driver to hold the prestigious post at the national level. Dr. Ilang Deputy Director, department of Animal Husbandry & Veterinary Services, Vice President of Indian Veterinary Association and Advisor to Pashu Chikitsak Mahasang (Veterinary Service Association) was also awarded with a certificate for being the first Naga Veterinarian to hold the prestigious post at the national level.

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By EMN Updated: Jul 05, 2019 11:56:51 pm