“The 26-year-old IAS officer hails from Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, and had cleared the civil service examination last year.
Published: 08th November 2022 02:30 AM | Last Updated: 08th November 2022 02:30 AM | A+A A-
TIRUNELVELI: IAS officer S Gokul, who is visually impaired, took charge as Assistant Collector (trainee) in the presence of Collector V Vishnu in Tirunelveli on Monday. Vishnu welcomed him by gifting him a copy of the Thirukkural.
“The 26-year-old IAS officer hails from Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, and had cleared the civil service examination last year. He holds a master’s degree in English,” said the district administration in a statement.
Vishnu introduced Gokul to the Collectorate staff and briefed him about his role and responsibilities.reading the question papers, and five minutes for verification of their particulars.
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