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National Civil Services Day observed at USTM

Civil services should not be regarded as a job but an opportunity to serve: Anand Mishra, IPS

 

Mr. Anand Mishra, IPS, AIG, Assam Police at USTM to deliver a talk on the occasion of National Civil Services Day 2022

9th Mile, Khanapara, Ri Bhoi, April 21, 2022: On the occasion of the National Civil Services Day today, the Department of Political Science (BA Administration and Governance) and the University School of Law and Research of the University of Science and Technology Meghalaya organised a seminar with the theme “Public Administration Skills in Enhancing Democratic Principles in India” which was addressed by Mr. Anand Mishra, IPS, AIG, Assam Police and Prof. Alpana Borgohain, Department of Women’s Studies, Gauhati University. An Inter departmental Debate competition and Poster making competition was also organized among the students on the occasion.

Addressing the students, Mr. Anand Mishra, IPS, AIG, Assam Police explained in length about the concept of political executives and permanent executives, personal interests and public interests. “Civil services should not be regarded as a job. It is an opportunity to be responsible for the development of the society. India as a democracy then will be benefited and flourishing”, he said.

 

Prof. Alpana Borgohain, Department of Women’s Studies, Gauhati University delivering her speech during a seminar with the theme “Public Administration Skills in Enhancing Democratic Principles in India” at Central Auditorium, USTM

Delivering her speech, Prof. Alpana Borgohain, Department of Women’s Studies, Gauhati University gave a thorough understanding of the theme Public Administration Skills in Enhancing Democratic Principles in India.
On this occasion, Shri Mahbubul Hoque, Chancellor of USTM said that USTM has always been inspiring students to compete for the Civil Services and has taken an innovative initiative by starting a Batchelor of Arts course in Administration and Governance at USTM where many students are now preparing for Civil Services while pursuing their graduation.

 

Over a thousand participants gathered at the Central Auditorium to attend the seminar. An enthusiastic interactive session with students took place after the speeches by the distinguished speakers. The program was also participated by Dr. R K Sharma, Advisor USTM. The seminar ended with the vote of thanks delivered by Dr. BK Das, Director Administration USTM.

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