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IETC & SAMETI bid farewell to officer

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 8/4/2018 2:17:21 AM IST

Integrated Extension Training Centre (IETC) together with State Agricultural Management and Extension Training Institute (SAMETI) Medziphema organised a farewell program for outgoing officer T. Imsu Ao, SMS (Jr.) IETC, department of Agriculture on July 31. 

In a press statement, director SAMETI and principal IETC Medziphema said that outgoing officer, T. Imsu Ao in his speech thanked the staff of the department for giving him a good working environment and cooperation in all spheres of work. He also thanked his wife for her ceaseless prayers which allowed him to complete 35 years of service in good health.
He gave a brief history of his service and concluded his speech by encouraging all the staff to do justice to their service by working sincerely.
Speaking on behalf of the department, principal IETC and director SAMETI, Dr. Amenla remarked that Imsu Ao was one the most dedicated and outstanding officers in the department, who was always ready to go beyond the call of duty. 
She concluded by saying that his contribution to the department with utmost sincerity and dedication was something to be emulated by all. Other staff from SAMETI and IETC also spoke during the program.
The program was chaired by lecturer and in-charge bio-control laboratory, Dr. Beremjungla. Vice principal and in-charge Agri. Chemistry Lab, Dr. Watimongla Jamir read out the service profile of the retiring officer and mentioned that Imsu Ao was a trainee of the 14th batch of Agriculture Extension Training at IETC and joined as an Agriculture Field Assistant on July 11, 1983. 
He was promoted on merit to Agriculture Inspector on November 26, 2015 and then as SMS (Jr.) on September 29, 2016. He is the only officer from IETC till date to be awarded the “state level award for commendable works in the field of agricultural extension.”

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