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Naraynasamy exhorts IAS probationers to be agents of change at grassroots level.

New Delhi, Apr 26 ( ANI ): Minister of State for Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions, V. Naraynasamy, on Thursday exhorted the young IAS probationers to be agents of Change at grassroots level.

A batch of IAS probationers called on Naraynasamy here today.

Addressing them, he said that they are the agents of change and people look up to them for resolution of their problems.

Naraynasamy said that policy implementation is going to be their domain and through that they can raise the quality of people's life. Noting that pressures would come for the civil servant from various quarters, but they need to be upright and holders of law.

He emphasized the need for updation of knowledge on a regular basis so as to improve the quality of delivery of services.

"The government is liberal for any bona-fide mistakes but dishonesty can not be tolerated at all," said Naraynasamy and outlined the various steps taken by the government recently in tackling corruption at various levels of governance.

During interaction, the trainee officers raised questions like the security of their tenure while working at the field level as also issues related to improvement in Governance at district level.

The probationers are on a visit to the capital as part of training. The group consisted of 160 trainees, including 158 IAS officer trainees of 2011 batch and two trainees of Royal Bhutan Civil Services.

Secretary, DoPT, P.K. Misra was also present on the occasion. ( ANI )

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