Naveen urges newly appointed civil servants to serve people, highlights the 5-T mantra

Bhubaneswar: Chief Minister Odish Naveen Patnaik urged Odisha’s newly appointed civil service officer to work for the people on Friday.
Submitting letters to nominate successful candidates for the OAS 2017 exam here at Jayadev Bhawan Patnaik advised young administrative officials to build close relationships with people and endeavor to solve their problem with courage and patience.
Chief Minister Odisha said his government is the nation’s government and added that the focus of his dispensation is always on the rise.
Speaking of the 5-T’s government’s mantra, BJD’s supreme leader said the emphasis on technology, transparency, teamwork, transformation and time, and called on future government officials to implement programs that focus on the principle.
Patnaik said that as long as these principles are properly implemented, our goal and goal to serve the poorest of the poor in the country will never be defeated. He hoped that young officials would meet his expectations and be devoted to serving people.
The program was attended by Minister of Food, Civil Supplies and Co-operation Ranedra Pratap Swain, Minister of Revenue Sudam Marndi, State Minister of Power, MMSP and Divyashankar Mishra, Aditya Prasad Padhi Chief Secretary and Development Commissioner Asit Tripathy. The Special Secretary, General Administration, SN Girish, held a welcoming speech on that occasion.
Of the 102 candidates who successfully completed the Odisha Civil Service Examination, 42 are women and 4 are different. While 36 candidates qualified OAS, 9 received OPS and 24 OFS. Three candidates qualified for the cooperative service, 20 for the tax service and 14 for tax and settlement services.

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