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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

One hour in-house weekly training for all Group of Central Government employees

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One hour in-house weekly training for all Group of CG employees

An another important orders has been published by the Dopt regarding the 'In-house Weekly Training' for all Group of CG employees.

Department of Personnel & Training has started in-house weekly training for its employees which was inaugurated by the Additional Principal Secretary to PM on 9th October 2014. All officials from LDC up to Under Secretaries will be nominated in batches of 45-50 and the training will be conducted every Wednesday from 10.00 am to 11.00 am.


Accordingly, all Ministries/Department are requested to start hourly in-house weekly training for their employees up to Under Secretaries immediately. In case the Ministries/Departments require training module on a particular subject to be developed/ procured, they may either contact the Institute of Secretariat Training & Management (ISTM), New Delhi or get it sourced through their own training institutes.

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