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NSS officers attend training on ethics and value

NSS officers attend training on ethics and value
Commissioner and secretary, Dinesh Kumar, resource persons and trainees at ATI Kohima. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/27/2020 9:19:57 AM IST

Ethics and value for public governance for Nagaland secretariat service (NSS) officers was held at Administrative Training Institute (ATI) Kohima on February 27. 

According to DIPR, Kiran Gandhi human resource consultant, trainer and coach said that leadership starts with knowing oneself at a deeper level and that the programme aims at reconciliation, different values and developing a shared perspective for a fair and just society where each person is valued and treated with dignity and not as a tool for the fulfilment of their purposes. 
Kiran exhorted the NSS officers that they needed to be effective in bringing change to any situation outside and added that the training would help empower leadership as well as to act with integrity and serve unselfishly to bring effective change required for the best interest of the society.
Speaking on “challenges and opportunities” Niketu Iralu said that the way the bureaucracy handled its daily challenges and opportunities was consequential to the future of the society. 
He pointed out various challenges like survival of democracy and rule of law, climate change and the socio-economic and political challenges which required utmost concern and attention. 
While delivering the keynote address, Dinesh Kumar commissioner and secretary, P&AR emphasised on the importance of parental guidance in imparting the values of ethics to a child and that these types of programmes were an important reminder of the ethical values from which an individual may have drifted from.
Meanwhile, resource persons for the programme were from the Initiative of Change, a diverse global network with a vision for a just, peaceful and sustainable world. Altogether 27 NSS officers attended the training programme.

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