Nagaland PWD accords farewell to outgoing Chief Engineer

Er I Tiameren Walling (5th-R) with wife and colleagues during the farewell programme on February 28 in Kohima. (Morung Photo)

Our Correspondent
Kohima | February 29
The Nagaland’s Public Work Department (PWD) on Wednesday accorded farewell to Er I Tiameren Walling, Chief Engineer, PWD (National Highway) on his retirement at the conference hall of Nagaland PWD, Kohima.

In a farewell message, deputy chief minister, TR Zeliang, who is also incharge of National Highway, said thanked the retiring officer for his "dedication and service that you have rendered to the Department and the State Government".
Dy CM said throughout his tenure as the Chief Engineer NPWD (NH), he had not only displayed exceptional technical expertise but also fostered a culture of collaboration and consultation which was the quality of a true leader. And that his guidance and mentorship had been an invaluable source of help to the department.

Zeliang described Walling as a humble and gentle person with endearing qualities that you which was appreciated by many.
He bid the officer farewell as he closes the chapter of his career and embarks on the next chapter of his life.

He hoped Walling would continue to help others with his technical knowledge and years of practical experience.

On behalf of the government Zeliang wished the officer a retired life filled with joy, relaxation and endless opportunities for fulfillment.
In a short message, Er Walling thanked the department for organising the farewell programme for him.

He observed that although he had one more day to remain in the office, the ongoing Assembly session had necessitated the programme.
Walling said he joined the service on February 17, 1989 as SDO (R&B) under Mokokchung division and from there gradually made his way to the current post and was now retiring on superannuation.

He said although he had not made any exceptional achievement during his tenure, he had rendered his best efforts to the call of his duties.

He wished the best to the department and his colleagues and hoped they would contribute in taking the department to greater heights.
Earlier, the programme was chaired by Er K Imnajunba, Additional chief engineer (CE), PWD (R&B). Short speeches were delivered by CE (PEP)-Er PI Imna Ao, CE PWD (H)-Er Hozheto Shikhu, CE PWD (Mech)-Er Neingumeü Kire, EC NPWD-Er Pukroneizo Kera, senior advocate-CT Jamir and Er Kahuli Sema. Vote of thanks was proposed by SE PWD (NH)-Er Fineson Pojar.