Become agents of change in respective organizations and departments, this was asked by Nagaland governor PB Acharya to the government employees of the state.
“Government of India had taken a decision to observe April 21 every year as Civil Services Day as an occasion for civil servants to rededicate themselves to the cause of citizens and renew their commitment to public service and excellence in work,” said Acharya.
He further added that efficiency and effectiveness in the developmental administration is the major need of the hour.
Governor also reminded civil servants that they are not just doing a job but a service to the common man individually and collectively. “People look upon the civil servants for resolution of their issues.”
Mentioning civil servants as pillars of development and the backbone of the government, the governor encouraged them to be proactive and work for the cause without any discrimination.
“Civil servants have to be loyal to the constitution of India. This also means that our Civil Service has to take the ownership of the public action they are doing and the public assets they are creating,” he stated.