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Skill of officers depends on effective communication of information: Mukherjee

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NEW DELHI: President Pranab Mukherjee today advised Indian Information Service officers that “the skill of the officers would depend on how effectively they are able to communicate information.”

He said the IIS provides an opportunity to its officers to communicate proper information in the correct perspective with various stakeholders.

“Knowledge is power and the basis of knowledge is information”, he added.

Mukherjee was speaking to a group of probationers of IIS (2015 Batch), Indian Trade Service (2015 Batch) and Indian P&T Accounts and Finance Service (2015 Batch) who called on him at Rashtrapati Bhavan today.

Speaking on the occasion, the President congratulated the probationers on their success in the civil services exam which is regarded as one of the toughest competitive exams in the world. He said that the civil service has a long history and different services were created at different points of time to meet various exigencies.

He told probationers that their decision to join the civil services will provide them ample opportunity to serve the country and bear responsibilities even at a young age. He wished the probationers all success in their future assignments.

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