Hyderabad: Inaugurating a training programme for 60 candidates selected for the post of Assistant Registrars in the Cooperative Department through Group-II examination, at the Institute of Cooperative Management here at Rajendranagar, Minister for Agriculture Singireddy Niranjan Reddy asked the trainees to work keeping the common man in mind.
“Nowhere else in the world the young have so many opportunities like in India. So keep the enthusiasm till the day you retire from your job. Take the one year long training seriously and learn,” he called upon the trainees.
He said that the Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao had brought qualitative change in the education system there by attracting children to attend school.
Asking the young men and women to see that anyone visiting their office returns with the work completed like other countries. “Unfortunately it is not the situation in our country. It is possible only when people are aware of their rights,” he said.
He said that cooperation emerges from combined decision making. “Cooperative movement is so strong that even world wars failed to have an impact on those countries that had a strong cooperative system in place,” he added.
Calling upon the trainees to work towards bringing back confidence on cooperative system said India sustained several financial down trends with the help of cooperative system. He said he would see that staff crunch in the department was solved as many more cooperative societies were going to be registered in the future.
Cooperative Department Commissioner M Veera Brahmaiah, ICM Director HSK Tangirala, NCDC (National Cooperative Development Corporation) Chief Director Tejovati and Additional Registrar Sumitra also participated in the inaugural of the training programme.