Power dept. bids farewell to chief engineer
Dimapur, April 3 (EMN): Power department has organised a farewell programme in honour of its retiring chief engineer, Korse Sale, on April 2 in the office of the Chief Engineer, Department of Power, Tsiepfutsiepfhe, (AG Colony), Kohima.
Speaking on the occasion, Krose shared on important role of the department towards catering essential service to the public. He explained that despite sustaining a critical sector, the department is often confronted with remarks of dissatisfaction and criticism from the consumers and public.
In this regard, he mentioned that the level of service satisfaction still needs to improve though infrastructure and organisation setup. He added that the demand and expectation of the government to perform on revenue and commercial front as well as delivering uninterrupted power supply has been the biggest challenge the department is facing.
The outgoing officer also lauded the senior officers for the many achievements made by the department. He said the department has a galaxy of officers who have done so well in their own sector. He further congratulated the new chief engineer, Er. Keviletuo Yiese (D&R) and also acknowledged the department for the gesture shown towards him.
Short speeches were delivered by the principal secretary L Kire, NPSC chairman Er. TS Angami, commissioner and secretary of power and IT KD Vizo, APEN president Er. Penrithung Yanthan, SE (Revenue) Er. Moa Aier, incoming chief engineer (D&R) Er. Keviletuo Yiese, chief engineer (T&G) Er. Rokozhalie Angami.
Farewell messages from the advisor of power, H Tovihoto Ayemi, and the chief secretary, Temjen Toy, were also read out during the occasion.