Serve public ‘with professionalism,’ legislator tells treasury workers
Dimapur, Feb. 24 (EMN): The advisor for Treasuries & Accounts and National Highway, Dr. Longrineken has urged Treasury employees to ‘serve the public with professionalism’ and advised them ‘not to work only for salary.’
The legislator said this during his address as the special guest of the valedictory function of the 12th batch of the junior divisional accountants of Treasuries & Accounts, on February 24 at the Training Institute at Purana Bazaar.
The department of Information and Public relations (IPR) gave updates about the training programme.
Longrineken was stated to have urged the officials to work as ‘departmental assets rather than being a liability to the department,’ and to give ‘best attention to the pensioners,’ the IPR stated.
Congratulating the junior divisional accountants on completion of one-year training, the advisor ‘encouraged them to take responsibilities of the department wherever they are posted with sincerity and dedication and to work for the improvement of the department,’ the IPR stated.
Further, the advisor expressed ‘willingness to take care of the needs’ and ‘strengthen’ the Treasury office and training institute in Dimapur, the updates stated.
The principal director for Treasuries & Accounts, RN Yanthan acknowledged the “present status and management” of the Treasury office and Training Institute, the IPR stated. The official emphasised on maintaining strict attendance and urged the Treasury workers to serve as a ‘better bridge between the public and the government,’ the IPR stated.
A senior treasury officer in Dimapur, Khekaho Aye, gave a brief report and highlighted the grievances of the District Treasury office, it was informed.
Earlier, the advisor along with the principal director and director of Treasury and Accounts, among others, visited the Senior Treasury Office of Dimapur, guest house, and ongoing construction of staff quarters, the IPR stated.