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IAS Officer Trainees called upon the Development Commissioner-cum-ACS

Bhubaneswar: 21/4/24:The 6 IAS Officer Trainees of 2022 Batch and 8 IAS Officer Trainees of 2023 Batch of the Odisha Cadre, currently undergoing training at Gopabandhu Academy of Administration, called upon the Development Commissioner-cum-ACS Anu Gargy at Loka Seva Bhawan.

They were briefed comprehensively on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as well as the intricacies of the National Multidimensional Poverty Index. Alongside gaining insights into the initiatives spearheaded by the administration towards implementation of the Agenda 2030, the officer trainees were also familiarized with the various schemes and programmes under the Planning & Convergence Department.

Emphasizing the importance of citizen-centric governance, DC-cum-ACS urged the officer trainees to uphold the principles of inclusivity, and equity and leave no one behind as they undertake their administrative responsibilities in various capacities.

Earlier in the day, the Officer Trainees also attended the visioning exercise of OCC, Water Resources Department at Rajiv Bhawan.

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