Gadchiroli Nov. 5 – Samidha College of Civil Services had organized a symposium on the subject ‘The importance of civil services education in civil services of the country’ recently in the college auditorium in memory of late Ms. Samidha Raut.
The programme was inaugurated at the hands of Dr. Anil hirekhan, Registrar of Gondwana University. Dr. Dilip Barsagade of Phule Ambedkar college of Social Work and Prin. Prakash Dudhe were the chief guests. Mr. Rohdas Raut, senior journalist, presided over the programme.
Guiding the students Dr. Hirekhan said civil services are the most important part of the administration in the country and in present times everyone wants to go for these services. One can do the best social work through these services by reaching the welfare programmes and government schemes to the needy and the poor. In such a situation, the education in civil services is currently the most important and relevant for those who want to join the civil services.
Dr. Hirekhan appreciated the Samidha College management for starting this course in a place like Gadchiroli and providing an opportunity to the students in rural and backward areas.
Dr. Barsagade threw light on the history and importance of the civil services in India and said students are required to gain this knowledge. It’s a good thing that such a course has been started in the college and told it helps the students to prepare for the competitive exams like UPSC and MPSC. He called upon the students to take benefit of the course and achieve higher positions.
The other guests also spoke on the occasion and hoped that the education facility will benefit the students of the district. Various cultural programmes were presented by the college students on the occasion.
At the outset, Mr. Kalidas Raut, President of the Sanstha made an introductory speech and informed about the civil services course. Ms. Yogita Khobragade conducted the programme and Rahul Raut proposed the vote of thanks. A large number of students, parents and college staff attended the programme.