Training programme on magistracy begins

NAHARLAGUN, Feb 07: A total of 21 circle officers (COs) and extra assistant commissioners (EACs) from different districts of the state are attending a three-day training programme on ‘Magistracy’ which commenced at the Administrative Training Institute (ATI) here on Wednesday.
Sponsored by the Arunachal Pradesh Government, the training programme aims to update the professional skills of civil administrators as well as enhance their knowledge to cope with changing demands and expectations of citizens.
Attending the programme as resource person, Papum Pare Deputy Commissioner Tai Kaye said that administrative officers are the eyes and ears of the government in the public delivery system.
Describing administrators as the backbone of any government, he called upon the civil servants to remain pro-active in any situation to safeguard the citizens and provide them the benefits of government schemes.
Stating that a society or a nation cannot progress in a state of lawlessness, he said that the progress of a society depends on maintenance of law and order situation by the administrators.
Saying that ‘an administrator is not only a ruler or master’, he exhorted the civil servants to inculcate the habit of becoming good managers and big servants.
Kaye suggested the administrators to maintain transparency and neutrality while discharging their duties as magistrate. He also urged the participants to carry out every government policy and programme with the true spirit of a public servant.
ATI Director Pate Marik, assistant directors Nani Khambo and Bamin Tarang also spoke on the occasion.