” There is no alternative to hard work” : Tayi Kaye, Deputy Commissioner
“One should believe in self and should perceive their dreams. There is satisfaction and contentness in achieving those dreams” said Shri Kamlesh Joshi (IAS) Deputy Commissioner, Tirap without forgetting to highlight that such paths are not a cakewalk. Shri Joshi was speaking on concluding program of 8 Days training program organised by Seva Bharati, Arunachal Pradesh and Jnana Prabodhini, Pune for APPSCE aspirants.
Seva Bharati, Arunachal Pradesh and Jnana Prabodhini, Pune are conducting such training program from last three years. This year, more than hundreds of aspirants were benefited from such training programs which were simultaneously organised at Khonsa, Tezu, Pasighat, Itanagar, Naharlagun and Bomdila.
” There is no alternative to hard work” said Shri Tayi Kaye, Deputy Commissioner, PapumPare, during his speech at concluding program of training organised at Administrative Training Institute, Naharlagun. He added that, it is necessary to contribute towards society when one is at a position from where one can make difference. Shri Pate Marik, Director ATI, highlighted importance of disciplined life for goal achievement.
“You should not be a part of herd. If you want to achieve something, you have to be different” asked Dr. A. Kon ( IPS) SP Bomdila, during similar program at Bomdila. Anshu Jamshepa, woman Everest Climber, motivated aspirants through her experiences of life. Shri Tuggen Loya, EAC Bomdila also guided students on the occasion.
Aspirants at Tezu were lucky to get guidance of Mrs Nilima Kumar, ADC Tezu and Shri Badom Towsik, EAC Tezu, While chief conservator of Forest Shri Ashok Kumar Biswal graced the occasion at Passighat.
Aspirants were touched by the commitment and dedication of resources person who travelled all the way from Pune on their own expenses. All the aspirants appreciated the initiative and promised to contribute in development of Arunachal Pradesh.