Minister Thakali distributes prizes
Rastriya Samachar Samiti
Kathmandu, June 12:
Minister for general administration Krishna Lal Thakali gave away certificates to the participants, and medals and prizes to the outstanding participants of the four-month long basic administration training organised by the Nepal Administrative Training Academy at a programme in Lalitpur today. Forty persons, including five women took part in the training.
On the occasion, minister for general administration Thakali stressed that the civil servants should give priority to the maintenance of peace and good governance in the country at present since that was the primary agenda of the nation which can help in bringing the nation back on track. He also called on the civil servants to fulfill their duty and responsibilities by becoming committed towards the nation, people and the King.
Stating that the Civil Service Act was in the process of being amended considering the welfare of the country and the civil servants supreme, he urged the civil servants not to go after unnecessary conjectures on the topic. Secretary at the ministry of general administration
Madhav Prasad Ghimire said that the nation and the people have expected special execution of work from the civil servants at a time when the country is passing through difficult times.
He added the government also hopes that the civil servants would fulfill their responsibilities as per this expectation.
Executive-director of the Nepal Administrative Training Academy Gopal Jung Rayamajhi stressed the civil service should have skilled manpower having a positive outlook. At the programme, chief of the academy’s general training department Kedar Bahadur Rayamajhi, participants Shovakar Regmi and Ishwari Bhattarai of the coordinators’ group also expressed their views.