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Sonowal spells commitment mantra to new ACS officers

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  19 Oct 2016 12:00 AM GMT

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Oct 18: Assam Chief Minister Sarbanda Sonowal today appealed to the 2016 batch officers of ACS and Allied Services to be more committed to their service to win people’s confidence in the administrative setup of the State.

Stating that people’s confidence in the system can be gained through committed service only, Chief Minister Sonowal advised the new officers to work diligently to strengthen the administration. Resolving today’s problems require highest degree of intellectual acumen and the new officers must develop an attitude of constant learning to improve their skills and mental ability, Sonowal said.

Speaking at the iugural session of the induction programme of 2016 batch ACS and Allied Services officers at Assam Administrative Staff College, Khapara today, the Chief Minister said that the government is committed to make Assam as a strong state in the tion and the new officers must join hands with the government in fulfilling this goal.

“It is very important that the officers remain honest in their actions, courteous in their behaviour and compassiote to the needs of the poorest of the poor,” Sonowal observed. The Chief Minister said that good works live beyond life and the new officers must work hard to establish their identity in the society through committed service.

The Chief Minister congratulated the new officers for their success in the combined competitive examition and said that they must prove their brilliance in work and set example for others. He also urged the officers to be innovative, sincere and hardworking to fulfil the aspirations of the people of the state. The Chief Minister further said that Government is following the mantra of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’ and is committed to provide security and livelihood to the poorest of the poor.

Speaking about Government’s no tolerance attitude towards corruption, the Chief Minister cautioned the officers to discourage all corrupt practices in their offices and work for building a people friendly environment. The Chief Minister also laid stress on the need for upholding the dignity of labour and advised the probationers to regularly interact with the Grade IV staff to know their problems and building a healthy working relationship.

Chief Minister’s media adviser Hrishikesh Goswami, Chief Secretary Vinod Kumar Pipersenia, Special DGP Kula Saikia, Additiol Chief Secretary SL Mewara, Principal Secretary Hemanta rzary and several senior officers of state administration were present in the programme, amongst others.

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