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MP IAS Officers three days Service Meet concludes

Dec 19th, 2016 6:32 am | By | Category: SPECIAL NEWS COVERAGE
MP Ias service meet

MP Ias service meet

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MP IAS Officers Three Days Service Meet was inaugurated by MP CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan on 16th December 2016.On the inaugural address the Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan had called for working with maximum capacity to take the state forward. Chief Minister said that officers should work to bring about positive changes in people’s lives and fulfill the dream of bringing Madhya Pradesh in the row of developed states of the country. The meet witnessed fun, frolic and active participation from the bureaucrats and their families. The three days program 16th Dec 18 December 2016 ended with grand success.

IAS officers along with their friends and family enjoyed Bureaucrats along with their family were divided into teams. Various games and sports activities were conducted for the officers and their family members. Cooking competition was organised where the ladies showed off their culinary skills. Knockout cricket, badminton and football, truly brought out the sporty versions of the otherwise serious officers. Everyone present was involved in one event or the other. The air was full of positivity, energy, cheer and excitement. There was dinner, dancing on the tunes of a DJ and a bonfire. With another day of the meet left, everyone seemed to be in an ecstatic mood and ready to create memories they would cherish for a long time.

The third day of the IAS Service Meet ended amidst boat races, treasure hunt, fun games and a tone of excitement. MP cadre’s IAS officers on Sunday appeared in a fun mood. On the third and final day of the Madhya Pradesh IAS Association’s Service Meet, bureaucrats gathered in the morning at the Boat Club to participate in various water sports activities. The highlight was a boat race organised for both junior and senior IAS officers. Donning life jackets, and armed with oars the officers took to the waters, racing against each other on the Upper Lake. After the boat races, various events were held at Arera Club including billiards, bridge, tug of war, mobile-based treasure hunt, table tennis and badminton. All of the events were based on a knock-out format. In the evening, in the concluding ceremony, winners of all the games and events organised over the last three days were felicitated and awarded.

As per reports from the fifteen events organised over three days, this is how the team rankings stood:

1 Orange Team (led by Anthony De Sa)

2 Blue Team (led by P C Meena)

3 Green Team (led by Kanchan Jain)

4 Red Team (led by Dilip Mehra)

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