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CANSSEA for smooth conduct of official activities
Published on 18 Jan. 2011 12:30 AM IST
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: Confederation of All Nagaland State Services Employees’ Association (CANSSEA) has stated that except few active district and divisional units of CANSSEA, the remaining units at district and sub-division needed to be reorganized and activated immediately in order to conduct official activities smoothly. In this connection, central office bearers of CANSSEA entrusted officers of different departments senior officers such as; chief medical officer, district education officer, district veterinary officer, district agricultural officer to initiate and constitute district, divisional and sub-divisional units.
CANSSEA president Dr. K. David Sema and general secretary Vekho Vero in a press note stated the urgent need for activation of district, divisional and sub-divisional units was necessary to partner CANSSEA parent body to organize all district and state level seminar for state employees during the month of March. Challenges of government employees on work culture, mastering professionalism, transparency, accountability, dedicated administration and likewise topic would be the chief highlight of the seminars to be addressed by experts’ as resource person’s, motivators from different field of subject experts will be roped in for the seminar.
Entrusted officers have been directed to make sure that respective district, divisional and sub-divisional units be constituted and activated and reports along with details of name, address, designation, phone no, and bio-data’s of the all elected office bearers, should be submitted to general secretary, CANSSEA for further correspondence on or before February 15. Further, CANSSEA directed district and divisional units to collect membership fees and submit it to central office treasurer of CANSSEA.

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