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Lalthara exhorts new recruited officers
Correspondent KOHIMA, DEC 10 (NPN):
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Published on 11 Dec. 2010 12:11 AM IST
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State chief secretary Lalthara on Friday called upon the newly recruited officers comprising 16 deputy SPs, 10 EACs and assistant election officer to dispense their duties, but at the same time, not to load themselves entirely.
Speaking at the inaugural programme of the common induction & foundation course for the newly recruited NCS, NPS and AEO 2009 batch cum pre-Christmas celebration at Imagine Nagaland Hall, ATI, Lalthara said "We have to know that there are many problems in the system but you should not harass yourself as a result of your idea".
He also stressed on the importance of attitude of helping others and not amassing wealth for one self.
He advised the newly recruited officers that occupying position was not the ultimate, but the attitude of helping other was what it mattered, adding "Your attitude should be how much you can help others, only then your service is rewarding…justice is the essence of peace".
Further, he reminded there were numerous things to fear in the society but alleged one had nothing to fear as long as one does good things.
Drawing a parallel with the previous batches, Lalthara believed the new batch consisting of mostly well qualified persons would be the brightest and the most inspiring batch.
Earlier, DGP K. Kire while exhorting the gathering said life was a continuous process of learning even though one was an officer.
He also advised the young junior officers to put their ego on the way of learning, be eager to learn from the juniors and look for opinions and guidance from their seniors.
He also advised the young officers to be mindful while issuing orders lest they land themselves in trouble.
"If you feel that you are officers and isolate yourself, the whole functioning of the office will crumble", the DGP said.
He also expressed hope that the new officers would be an asset to the state and wished them all the best in their course.
Meanwhile, DGP also requested the chief secretary that NPSC ought to conduct civil service examination and also declare the result a bit in advance, particularly for the law enforcement so there would be sufficient time for training before candidates get enrolled in the academy.
Earlier, Course Coordinator Dr. Alem gave an overview and modules for the common foundation course for the newly recruit NCS, NPS and AEO.

 
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