Probationary IAS officers told to bring good name to Andhra Pradesh
A group of 10 officers meet CM Jagan at his camp office
Amaravati: A group of 10 IAS probationary officers of Andhra Pradesh cadre called on Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy at his camp office here on Saturday. Addressing the young officers, the Chief Minister advised them to strive hard for bringing a good name to the government by serving the people as honest officers.
He said that the IAS officers play an important role in implementing the government welfare schemes and in solving the problems of people. He pointed out that the government was giving top priority to the empowerment of women and pointed out that the State has a woman officer as the Chief Secretary. He explained the enactment of the unprecedented Disha Act by the State government and the police stations set up throughout the State.
The IAS officers were also apprised of the volunteer system, village secretariats, government welfare schemes and others.
The probationary officers said that they had elaborate discussions on the volunteer system and village secretariats during their training at Mussoorie. They said that the Gram Swaraj envisaged by Mahatma Gandhi would be possible with the village secretariats. "What we learned in the classrooms would be learnt in practicals now," they said.
The probationary IAS officers include Navin M, Nidhi Meena, Chahath Bajpayee, Vikas Marmat, V Abhishek, G Suryasai Praveen Chand, C Vishnu Charan, Katta Simhachalam, Aparajita Singh and Bhavana Vasishth.