DG IMPARD presides over valedictory function of two months Secretariat Assistants Training Course
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SRINAGAR, JULY 8: Director General, J&K IMPARD, Saurabh Bhagat today presided over the valedictory function of Secretariat Assistants Training Course here at IMPARD Main Campus. It was a medium duration Training Course for 373 J&K Government frontline functionaries: Senior Assistants and Junior Assistants. It was launched on May 5th, 2022 and concluded today.
The Training Course covered, in addition to the examination-driven syllabus prescribed by Public Service Commission (PSC), IMPARD arranged various interactive sessions for the personality development of the trainees in order that these trainees not only pass the requisite Departmental Examination and perform their official tasks in an efficient manner, but also that they become good human beings motivated through their service career by the spirit of public service.
These additional sessions included Yoga meditation and exercise regime taught; an interaction session by Anil Malik, Additional Chief Secretary, Department of Information Technology, Government of Haryana and an interaction session by Chetan Trivedi, VC, VKM University of Junagarh, Gujarat.
Speaking on the occasion, Saurabh Bhaghat appreciated the trainees for their discipline and congratulated them for completion of their training and hoped that they would soon qualify the Departmental Examination on the basis of which they would become eligible for next promotion. He informed them that in order to augment the standard of the training IMPARD has effected an increase in the honorarium being paid to guest faculty and that efforts are always on to hire the services of best faculty to impart training to frontline functionaries.
DG IMPARD informed the trainees that the infrastructure in terms of classrooms and computer lab is continuously being improved so that future trainees achieve hands-on computer operating experience during their training at this all is done with the support of Chief Secretary, A K Mehta.
Pertinently 1000 frontline functionaries will join IMPARD Srinagar and 750 will join IMPARD Jammu this week.
On the occasion Dr. J. A. Jabeen, Director Training and Ms. Nighat Amin, Course Coordinator, were also present.
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