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One Day Literary-cum-Civil Service Workshop at DTC Hall, Tuibuang

Wednesday, January 3, 2018

/ Published by VIRTHLI
CCPur, December 03, 2018,Virthli (ONP): Churachandpur District Administration in association with Ropiang Foundation, conducted today a highly successful "Literary-cum-Civil Service Workshop" at DTC Hall, Tuibuang, from 11 am onwards. Shri. V. Hangkhanlian, Honourable Minister of Agriculture & Veterinary, attended the august jam-packed gathering of over 400 persons as the Chief Guest of the day, and in his speech, brought attention to the importance of creating employment opportunities for the youths, and how the book *"Confessions Of A Dying Mind"*, is a literary advance in the best spirits of the academic tradition. The Deputy Commissioner Shyam Lal Poonia, IAS, brought attention to the various citizenry initiatives taken by the government at the highest levels, and appreciated how such a fine book could be produce by an officer from among us. Haulianlal Guite, IAS, the author of the book for which half the workshop was held, gave a brief introduction of the book touted as the world's first philosophical novel on God, and how anyone who can understand the contents of this book has the potential to clear the civil services examination. In this spirit, a signed copy was presented to a young college student who topped her exams, Thenhoi Kigpen, in appreciation of her reading the entire 300+ page book in a single day!

Following the first session, the second session focused on the civil services. Shri. Shyam Poonia, IAS, talked on the topic "Life as a Civil Servant"; Shri. Haulianlal Guite, IAS, on "The Importance of Academics"; Shri. Rakesh Balwal, IPS, on "Civil Service Preparations"; Shri. Thari Sitkil, IRS, on "Challenges of Public Service"; and Shri. Stephen Lulun, IDES, on "Civil Service as a Career". Multiple questions were asked by the audience on various aspects of civil service preparation, examination, life and service, and on literary writing. Many district level officers, students, civil service aspirants, parents, teachers, and representatives from the media, were present.

Churachandpur Deputy Commissioner ended the speeches by bringing attention to the importance of education and the initiatives to be taken for the district this year, followed by a vote of thanks to the organizers. That the event was organized during the heat of the festival season when schools were closed, and yet students turned out in huge numbers, is a hopeful testament to the interest they show in literature and civil services.

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