Chief Minister



Chief Minister's Secretariat
Inner Harbour Road
Tel: 026-2221795
Fax: 026-2226069
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 Secretary to the Chief Minister


Chief Minister’s Secretariat
Inner Harbour Road
Tel :026 –2226053
Fax :026 -2226054

Information Officer



Tel   : 026-2226074


Performance Report

Statistical Hand Book


     - Year - 2018


     - Year - 2019


Modern organization ensuring quality service delivery and governance

Improving the quality of service delivery of the sector agencies under the purview of the Ministry through participatory process and practicing principles of governance.

E1S 27 01 2020

The first sectoral meeting for the year 2020 of Chief Ministry was held on 27.01.2020 at Chief Ministry conference hall under the chairmanship of Mr.U.L.A.Azeez, Secretary of the Chief Ministry. Heads of Department, statutory boards officials, several regional and district level officers of institution come under purview of chief ministry were attended this meeting. At this meeting progress of development activities of last year and continuation works were mainly focused. In addition, new works for 2020 and challenges in implementing those activities also briefly discussed. Moreover, optimum use of vote on account, settlement of bills in hand, audit query matters and other common administrative issues were also taken in to consideration.

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An awareness programme on Traffic Rules and Regulation was conducted for schools comes under purview of Batticaloa Central Educataion zone. School students from Kalmunai Pulavermani Sharifudeen M.Vidyalayam, Al-Manar Central College, Shams Central College, Al-Mazhar GHS, Al-Ashraq M.M.Vidyalayam, Wesley High School, Carmel Fatima College , Malharul Shams Maha.Vidyalam, Al-Hilal Vidyalayam were attended the awareness programme. This awareness programme has been arranged under Law and Order sector of Chief Ministry, Eastern Province. Senior Police officials were conducted the programme and explained the importance of adhering the traffic rules and regulation. They also clearly explained the potential adverse impacts of not obeying traffic rules to the school students. At this programme nearly 950 students participated and benefitted.


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