IAS and IPS officers from tribal community pay courtesy visit to CM

Published By : Admin | May 20, 2012 | 10:00 IST
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30 senior IAS and IPS officers from tribal community

pay courtesy visit to CM

Tribal communities’ approach for education has changed greatly due to availability of educational facilities

Around 30senior IAS and IPS officers from tribal community paid courtesy visit to Chief Minster Narendra Modi today. The group talked about the tribal community’s hard work and contribution in the State’s development.

Chief Minister lauded these senior officials’ commitment for the service of Gujarat. He said that a huge change is being seen in the tribal communities for their approach towards education. State government has setup higher secondary schools and hostels for tribal students. The civil services training and the training for joining military have got huge response from the tribal youths.

Senior police official M.D.Meena and Principal Secretary to Chief Minister K.Kailasnathan was also presenton the occasion.

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