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Gandaki Province announces Civil Service Prize


17 February 2023  

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POKHARA: The Gandaki Province Government has announced this year’s Province Civil Service Prize on the occasion of Province Establishment Day.

For the prize, the name of 10 civil servants has been announced.

According to the Office of the Chief Minister and Council of Ministers, a civil servant shall receive the Outstanding Province Civil Service Prize with a purse of Rs 100,000 and three others shall get the Best Civil Service Prize, while six employees are named for the Province Civil Service Prize.

It is said that Man Maya Bhattarai Pangeni, the secretary at the Office of the Chief Minister and Council of Ministers, is named as the recipient of the Outstanding Province Civil Service Prize.

Likewise, Officer of Division Forest Office, Lamjung, Purneshwor Subedi, Officer of Transport Management Office, Kaski, Dilli Ram Rijal and Senior Public Health Officer of Manang Baburam Acharya are selected for the Best Civil Service Prize.

The recipients shall receive Rs 75,000 each.

Similarly, Officer of Province Museum Karuna Rai; Engineer of Infrastructure Development Office, Mustang Bibek Sigdel; and Officer of Ministry of Agriculture, Energy and Water Resources Anil Subedi have been selected for the prize.

Others include Officer of Ministry of Economic Affairs Rameshwor Dhungana; Senior Assistant of Province Public Service Commission Bishnu Pokharel Poudel, and Surya Bahadur Baniya of Gandaki Province Assembly Secretariat.

The prizes would be conferred on the recipients on the occasion of the Republic Day, Spokesperson at the Office of the Chief Minister and Council of Ministers Ramesh Gharti said.

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Publish Date : 17 February 2023 09:54 AM

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