ITANAGAR: A weeklong training programme for the newly inducted District Information and Public Relations Officers (DIPRO) Dugyir Padu and Nyatum Doke under the department Information and Public Relations (DIPR), Papum Pare district started on September 8.
Dugyir Padu and Nyatum Doke have been inducted as DIPROs through the Arunachal Pradesh Public Service Commission Combined Exam (APPSCCE)-2019. The training is being conducted to make the officers well acquainted with the system of working at the district level.
Deputy Commissioner Pige Ligu congratulated the officers and advised them to work sincerely with heart and soul wherever they are posted in future and take full benefit of the training programme.
Earlier, a small inaugural function was kept at DIPRO office Yupia wherein the trainee officers were briefed on organizational structure of DIPRO office in a district and charter of duties and responsibilities.
The DC informed that during the weeklong training programme, officers will be imparted training on duties and responsibilities, flagship programmes and policies, CSS rules, accounts, projection units, interaction with prominent media persons, field visits, online meetings, impact of social media and interaction with district officers and all other related matters.
The training will conclude on September 15.
New Circle Officer welcomed: The Murh-Hatey Academic Development Society (MHADS) on Tuesday organised a reception programme welcoming new Circle Officer (CO) Pemiya Mikrow to the Nyobia Circle headquarters under Kurung Kumey district.
During the interaction with the people of the circle, Mikrow promised the villagers to work with her fullest potential for the overall growth of the very new administrative circle. To do so, she also urged full cooperation and support from every corner of society and people from the circle. She also later distributed a mosquito net to all the Gaon Burahs (GBs) under the Antimalarial programme launched by Kurung Kumey district health department.
Welcoming the new CO on behalf of the people of the entire Nyobia circle, Sangram PHED Executive Engineer Bamang Tadh highlighted the ongoing activities besides the political and geographical jurisdiction of the circle.
He informed that the Nyobia Circle was established in 2013 by carving it out from the present-day Sangram Circle. Therefore, it is a very young circle having a vast potential for further development in every sector, Tadh informed. He also on behalf of the general people offered whole hearted support and cooperation to Circle administration in the days to come.
Meanwhile, the people of the entire Nyobia Circle expressed their gratitude to the state government under the leadership of Chief Minister Pema Khandu and Home Minister Bamang Felix, who is also the local MLA of the area for the timely posting of administrative officers in the Circle.