Officers trained on ‘values for public governance’

Officers trained on ‘values for public governance’
Principal secretary P&AR, Abhijit Sinha along with resource persons, trainees and ATI officials at the training programme on July 23. (DIPR)
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/23/2019 12:21:41 PM IST

A three-day training programme under the topic “Ethnic and Values for Public Governance” commenced on July 23 at Administrative Training Institute (ATI), Kohima.

Delivering the keynote address, principal secretary P&AR, Abhijit Sinha said that ethics and values aspects were important for all government servants and that every important decision taken should be guided by it, DIPR reported. He encouraged the trainees and officers to inculcate ethical values in their everyday decision making so that it will benefit the people at large. He further challenged the trainees to concentrate more on ethics and values while discharging their duties as a government servant. 

Sinha reminded the trainees to reflect and ponder on their career, expectation and achievements as to how far they have come as government servants and also to set certain goals to bring some changes in the society. He further expected that the training will help them instil the importance of ethics and values in their personal as well as their professional aspects.

Human Resource Consultant, Kiran Gandhi in his short speech said that the training would be different from other trainings, as it would be related more about the trainee themselves than the post they hold. 

He added that the training was to let the trainees rediscover their real self and let them get in touch with the challenges and dreams of life by encouraging them to reflect on these challenges. 

Gandhi also said the training was to let the trainees find their skills and gifts so that they can give a unique contribution to the people they serve. 

Additional director, Angelina Tajen said that chief secretary, Temjen Toy realizing the need for training in these aspects had initiated the training programme for NCS, NSS and NPS officers. She also said that if the training was successful then such training will be introduced into the curriculum for training of the civil service probationers. She further informed that this particular training will be of different kind and more activity oriented. 

Department of Personal & Training (DoPT) has approved the training programme as a mid career service programme for all India service and added that states like Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Assam and Madhya Pradesh have already adopted and included the programme into the curriculum.

The resource persons for the training programme were Kiran Gandhi, Goera Sangma, Miranda Das and Nikita Iralu. 

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