On Tuesday, the Indian Administrative Services (IAS) Officers of the 2020-22 batch visited the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Bhupendra Patel, in Gandhinagar. As per the sources, eight probationary officers of the Gujarat Cadre were in a meeting with CM Patel. Currently, the IAS officers are getting ready for the second phase of their training.
The Officers shall undergo the second phase of training in the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration, Mussoorie. Earlier, the officers completed the first phase of their training in different districts of Gujarat. Before entering the next level of training, the officers attended a meeting with Gujarat CM.
The IAS officers shared their training experiences in Gujarat’s districts with the Chief Minister during the meeting. Afterward, Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel wished them well for their future. He also appreciated them for their contribution to the state’s developmental journey.
CM Patel asked the officers to contribute to Gujarat’s growth and give their best to the state when they return from the training. Additional Chief Secretary to the Chief Minister, Pankaj Joshi, was present. In addition to this, CM’s Secretary, Avantika Singh, attended the meeting. Director-General of SPIPA, RC Meena, graced the event with his presence.