IEP Chandigarh, December 5
Haryana Chief Secretary said that all the departments running training institutes should establish mutual coordination and provide training to the employees and officers in specialized subjects. Presently 30 departments are running such institutes.
Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal was presiding over a meeting with the Administrative Secretaries regarding training here today. Director General, Haryana Institute of Public Administration, Smt. Surina Rajan virtually joined the meeting and apprised in detail about the training being run by the institute.
The Chief Secretary said that training programmes will be organized from time to time for officers and employees of all departments under the supervision of senior administrative secretaries by the state-run training institutes so that they can be efficient in their work. Apart from this, the year-long training schedule should be prepared and released by the training institutes and training should be made compulsory for all.
Constitution of the steering committee
The Chief Secretary said that a steering committee for the training of administrative secretaries should be constituted. After studying the training policy of the state, this committee should submit its suggestions for better training in 15 days. Apart from this, the committee also regularly monitored the training being organized.
For good governance and effective governance, it is essential to make arrangements for responsible and ethical training of officers and employees in the state so that there is a change in their official functioning and they can become good citizens as well as good officers and employees, said Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal.
He said that such training programmes will significantly improve the functioning of the officers and the employees and they will do better work in their departments for the betterment of the public. All training institutes should prepare a framework and implement it systematically, he directed.
The Chief Secretary said that training programmes should be organized in coordination with all the training centres related to various departments, organizations and the private sector and their records should also be properly maintained.
The topics related to training should also be updated according to the present needs. In relation to the training of officers and employees, the concerned department should upload their complete details on the HRMS portal, so that it can be ascertained which officers and employees have received training in respect of which subjects and in which subjects they should be trained in future. If some officers and employees are experts in any subject, then other employees can also get the benefit of their experience, said Sh. Sanjeev Kaushal.
Innovation and Cyber Security Training
The Chief Secretary said that it is mandatory for every employee and officer to conduct innovative training at state-of-the-art levels along with ethical and responsible values in the training programmes. He said that along with the promotion, ACP and general courses, if training is given for capacity building, then the employees will become efficient in their work.
In the meeting, detailed information was shared regarding training programmes being conducted by Rural Training Institute, Education, Electricity Training Institute, Civil Aviation Institute, Transport Training Institute, Development and Panchayat, Irrigation, Public Health, Horticulture, Public Works Department, Cooperative and Revenue Disaster Management Department in the meeting.
Additional Chief Secretary, Home Department, Sh. TVSN Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary, School Education Department, Dr. Mahavir Singh, Additional Chief Secretary, Housing for All Department, Sh. Anil Malik, Additional Chief Secretary, Health and Family Welfare Department, Dr. G. Anupama, ADGP CID, Sh. Alok Mital, Principal Secretary, Transport Department, Sh. Navdeep Singh Virk, Director General, Development and Panchayat Department, Sh. Sanjay Joon and many senior officers remained present on the occasion.