NAHARLAGUN, Jun 24: Information and Public Relations Minister Nyato Dukam conducted his inaugural visit to the Directorates of Information & Public Relations (IPR) and Printing today to assess current operations and discuss future initiatives aimed at boosting departmental efficiency and public engagement.

During his visit, Dukam toured the department’s facilities, including the printing press, media monitoring units, and the public relations office. He commended the departments for their dedication to disseminating accurate and timely information to the public.

"The role of the department of IPR and printing is crucial in ensuring transparency and effective communication between the government and the citizens. I am impressed with the technological advancements and the professionalism demonstrated by the team here," stated Dukam.

The minister expressed confidence in the department’s ability to adapt to the evolving media landscape and continue providing valuable services to both the government and the public.

Key highlights of the visit included a review of printing operations, media monitoring and analysis, public relations strategies, and future initiatives. Dukam observed the printing process from design to distribution and praised the efficiency and quality of work produced. Discussions focused on upgrading equipment to keep pace with technological advancements.

The minister emphasized the importance of proactive media engagement and the need for accurate information dissemination, stressing the importance of transparent and responsive communication with the public.

Secretary of IPR and printing, Nyali Ete, briefed the minister on the department's various achievements, issues, and new projects. Ete expressed optimism that, under the Minister’s guidance and support, the department would achieve significant progress for the state.