JITO’s Kolkata Chapter Observed National Civil Services Day

Jain International Trade Organization (JITO), Kolkata Chapter observed “National Civil Services Day” on 21st April to acknowledge and merit the services of IAS, IPS, IRS and other civil servants. Civil service officers honored for their outstanding service in nation building on states.

Barun Ray, IAS, said, “Thank you all with best regards Mr. Sukhraj Nahar ji, Mr. Vinod Dugad ji, Mr. Vinod Vaid ji, Mr. Anand ji, Mr. Bhavin Kamdar ji, Rohit Surana ji, Mr. Dharmendra Jain ji and JITO family members. My greetings to all ladies and gentlemen. It is a matter of great pleasure that Jain International Trade Organization is spending a lot of time and effort to train the boys and girls of its community. I congratulate the organization for taking these steps.

Rajesh Kumar, IPS, said “First of all, on behalf of all the civil servants, I would like to thank all of you that you have taken a new step, a new first, that this program is being organized.”

JITO Kolkata Chapter was the first program many people said that they have not seen such a program before. Many people get inspiration from all these works. And in this program civil service officers were honored for their excellent service in nation building.

According to Mr. Sukhraj Nahar, President, Jeeto Apex,“Our vision is to achieve high economic prosperity, take care of the underprivileged, and help humanity live a violence-free, poverty-free, and disease-free world.

Mr. Vinod Dugar, Chairman, JATF said, “Our mission is to create a world class body of influential and powerful industrialists, entrepreneurs, businessmen and professionals who come together for noble causes of economic empowerment, knowledge and service.”

Bhaven Kamdar, President, JITO Kolkata Chapter, heartily congratulates all the civil servants who have dedicated their lives to the service of the nation and its people.

Rohit Surana, Chief Secretary, Jeeto Kolkata Chapter, reminded the civil servants of their responsibility to uphold the highest standards of professionalism, integrity and accountability.

The program was concluded with a vote of thanks by the coordinator of the program Mr. Dharmendra Jain. At the end of the program, the desire to continue this program was expressed.

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