11th Civil Services Day was celebrated all over state
Tezu- The 11th Civil Services Day was celebrated in a befitting manner here today at DC’s conference hall. Addressing the gathering of admin officers, SDO (S) Goutam Hazarika exhorted everyone to work for the common public good and not deter from the laid down norms. He said that the celebration was a morale boost to civil service officers. He specially urged the young officers to overcome political and external hindrances to avoid compromises with their quality of work. An open ended discussion was also held on topics like identifying human capital related challenges, leveraging technology to improve processes and maximising potential & fostering creativity and innovation.
Yupia- 11th Civil Services Day also celebrated at Yupia. While presiding over the meeting, Additional Deputy Commissioner Sagalee, Jalash Pertin gave presentation on Evolution of Civil Services in Arunachal Pradesh and Role of Executive Magistrate. He called upon the young officers to re-dedicate themselves for the cause of the people and said that administrative job is a very challenging job and one should have proper knowledge on duties and responsibility.
Pasighat- In Pasighat, Addressing the officers, Deputy Commissioner Tamiyo Tatak urged the civil servants to rededicate themselves to the cause of citizens and renew their commitment to public service. April-21 is observed as Civil Service Day in India. Civil servants, who run the administrative processes of the central and state governments, are remembered for their works on this day. They must follow the rules and regulations and also adopt modern technologies to deliver prompt services for the welfare of the people and also to fulfill the dreams and vision of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, Govt. of India for corruption free India, added Tatak.
Roing- On the occasion of Civil Services day celebration, Commendable Certificates and prizes were distributed to the staffs of DC’s office here at Anchal Samathi Hall today. The programme was attended by Administrative officers, Branch officers and staffs of DC’s office Roing. Speaking on the occasion Smiti Chestha Yadav, In-charged DC called upon the participation for introspection and dedication towards entrusted jobs. She also exhorted them to deliver their services more citizen friendly with impartiality.
Yingkiong- The Civil Service Day observed today at DC’s Conference Hall, Yingkiong where all the Ministerial staffs participated. DC Remo Kamki urged the officers & Ministerial staffs to pledged &rededicate themselves in the line of duty with improvement of performance with the charges of time for the welfare of the people and also to fulfill the dreams & vision of the Hon’ble Prime Minister, Govt. of India for corruption free India. PD H. Basar & SDO Adong Pertin acted as resource person deliver lecture on Identifying Human Capital & its related challenges in respect of Civil Servants’ and ‘leveraging technology to improve processes’ respectively.
Siang- Review the utilisation of Biometric Machines
The Deputy Commissioner Siang District, Rahul Singh on Friday convened a meeting of all the Principals, Headmasters and other representatives of the Government Higher Secondary and Senior Secondary Schools of the district including the DDSE Odhuk Tabing. The main agenda for the meeting was to review the utilisation of Biometric Machines which were distributed free of cost earlier this year on the occasion of Republic Day to all the schools. The DC while stressing on the importance and need for maintaining punctuality, discipline and work culture by the teaching fraternity in order to achieve genuine improvement in the quality of education directed all the stakeholders to ensure cent percent teacher attendance in their respective schools. Stating that these machines which have been procured through government money should not go waste urged everyone present to take up this matter in all seriousness. He directed all the Principals and Headmasters to prepare a monthly Biometric attendance report of the teachers with a copy of the same to be sent to him and the DDSE and to prepare the salary of teachers on the basis of that report.
Pasighat – Protest Rally against China
Members of All Bogong Students Union (Elected) along with hundreds of local resident took out a peaceful protest rally against the Chinese claim on Arunachal Pradesh. The rally from Main Bazar Gandhi Chowk was culminated at the DC’s office this morning. ABSU President Lungkang Ering submitted a memorandum to the Deputy Commissioner Tamiyo Tatak in his office chamber. In his statement, President Lungkang Ering stated that China has “standardized” the names of six places in Arunachal Pradesh is not acceptable and baseless. Standardizing the name of places carries no meaning as Arunachal is not a disputed territory but an integral part of India will remain as it is.
Longding- Free Medical Camp
In continuation with humanitarian act as their motto of being “Friends of The Hill People” on 19 Apr 2017, a free medical camp was organized for the villagers of Khasa Village Longding district 116 km away from H/Q, along the Indo Myanmar border by the Khonsa Battalion of Assam Rifles under the aegis of DAO DIVISION with the help of civil administration. It was conducted under the supervision of medical officer along with paramedical staff of Khonsa Battalion of Assam Rifles. A total of 105 patients were treated with free medicines along with an interactive session was also organized with the masses, wherein people were educated about HIV/ AIDS, Hepatitis, Malaria, Water-Borne diseases, Hygiene and Sanitation. The efforts were highly appreciated by the villager of Khasa and they urged to continue organising such camps at the remote areas from time to time which will immensely help the poor villagers of remote rural populace. The local population expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the Assam Rifles for this humanitarian act as befitting to their motto of being “Friends of The Hill People”.