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Public servants asked to discharge duty with transparency

By EMN Updated: Oct 19, 2016 12:30 am

Dimapur, October 18: Director of Administrative Training Institute (ATI), Lithrongla G Chishi today called upon the public servants to discharge their duty with transparency and accountability to improve the governance of the State.
Addressing the inaugural function of the two-week common induction programme for IAS, IPS, IFS, NCS, NPS and all allied service probationers of 2015 batch held on October 18 at Multipurpose Hall, ATI, Chishi urged the probationers render their service to improve the governance of the State.
She pointed out two slots of government servants, one being a wager who do not perform their work but collect the salary while the others are those who work sincerely for the social uplift in their own capacity. She, therefore, urged the probationers to first commit themselves to be accountable and transparent.She also exhorted the officers to take the training seriously as it will make them aware about the government system and its activities. She expressed confidence that they will be ready to deliver their services as responsible government employee and improve the governance of the State after the training.
She also congratulated the IAS, IPS, IFS, NCS, NPS and all allied services officers of 2015 batch on their success. She briefed that the common induction programme it was held for two months in the past but of late it is being held for two weeks citing difficulties from departments regarding sparing the officers for a longer duration. She further stated that the common induction programme is a platform to mould officers face the challenges in discharging their duty.
Dr. Mazie Nakhro, while giving a motivational talk, asked the probationers to think twice before taking the job as to whether they are taking up the job for self aggrandisement or to really work for the public. He viewed that many are happy in getting government jobs but do not take their job seriously. He expressed confidence that the probationers would work with all sincerity for the all round development of the society.
He further encouraged the young officers to create a system that is sustainable and can generate revenues to ensure stability of the State economy. He exhorted the young probationers to be dedicated, courageous and determined in carrying out their assigned tasks.
The programme was chaired by the Course Coordinator, Dr. Hovithal Sothu.

By EMN Updated: Oct 19, 2016 12:30:49 am