Prime Minister Narendra Modi addresses the valedictory function of the 96th Common Foundation Course at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) through video conferencing, in New Delhi on March 17, 2022. (Photo/PIB)
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the future civil servants that files do not contain just the numbers and statistics but they contain life and aspirations of the people.
The Prime Minister emphasized the need to embrace the experience from the field as real feel of the issues of the file come from the field.
He was addressing the Valedictory Function of 96th Common Foundation Course at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) today via video conferencing.
You do not have to work for numbers but for the lives of the people, he said.
Prime Minister Modi said that the officers should always go the root cause of the problems and rationale of the rules in order to give permanent solution.
He noted the uniqueness of the outgoing batch as this batch is entering the active service in the year of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav.
“Your batch will play a key role in the nation’s development in the Amrit Kaal of the next 25 year,” PM Modi added.
Prime Minister Modi said that in this period of Amrit Kaal, we have to take Reform, Perform, Transform to the next level.
The Prime Minister underlined the emerging new world order in the post-pandemic world.
Maintaining that the world is looking towards India at this juncture of 21st century, PM Modi said: “In this new world order, India has to increase its role and develop itself at a fast pace.”
He asked the officers to keep in mind the importance of this period with special focus on the ‘biggest goal of the 21st century’ i.e. the goal of Aatmnirbhar Bharat and Modern India.
We can’t afford to lose this opportunity, he said.
The Prime Minister mentioned the new reforms in the sphere of civil services i.e. Mission Karmyogi and Aarambh Programme. The Prime Minister said that the officers should pray that they should never get an easy assignment as Challenging job has joy of its own.
“The more you think of going to the Comfort Zone, the more you will stop your progress and the progress of the country”, the Prime Minister said. (Press Release)