PM Modi launches Karmayogi programme for Civil Servants
- Indian Masterminds Bureau
- Published on 3 Sep 2020, 9:53 pm IST
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The programme aimed at building abilities of civil servants will be available for all, fro, section officers to secretaries
- Prime Minister Narendra modi
The Union Cabinet on Wednesday declared Mission Karmayogi, an ability building program for civil servants the nation over. Karmayogi mission, will help preparing the civil service officials to address the difficulties of the general public. Headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, a board will authorise the capacity building program for civil servants, the central government said on Wednesday.
Mission Karmayogi is a cross country program to establish framework for capacity building of civil servants, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar said while presenting the program. It will help the officers to gain from best procedures over the world, Javadekar included.
Officially named as the “National Programme for Civil Services Capacity Building”, the mission aims to modify human resource management in India The goal is to formulate a ‘roles-based system’ in place of a ‘rule-based’ practices.
“This plan depends on the administration’s vision on how a government employee ought to be. A government employee of today, so as to address the difficulties of the world, should be inventive and imaginative, proactive and neighbourly, expert and dynamic, vigorous and empowering, straightforward and tech empowered, and valuable and innovative,” said C Chandramouli, secretary, Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT).
The central government will set up Capacity Building Commission to blend preparing guidelines. The commission will have shared staff and assets. It will manage all training institutes in the nation, so that there’s similar comprehension of India’s aspirations and development goals, Chandramouli included.
“It targets building future-prepared civil servants with the correct attitude, aptitudes and knowledge aligned to the vision of New India,” he further stated.
The plans will be available for all, from section officials to secretaries. It will have two ways, self-propelled, where the officer can any pick field of intrigue, and guided, where the officer will be taught to preform their tasks properly.
There will be more emphasis ‘on site learning’ in supplementing “off-site learning”. There will be major focus on e-learning. Many ministries will contribute and co-create general learning framework.
“This is the biggest Human Resources Development reform in the government,” Union minister Prakash Javadekar stated while notifying the press regarding the Cabinet’s decisions.
“Mission Karmayogi focuses on individual (civil servants) & institutional capacity building,” Chandramouli added. “The scale is so huge that it could probably emerge as the largest civil service reform in the world in terms of spread and in terms of the depth…And what is the ultimate purpose of all this– it is basically to equip the civil servant, with domain and functional competencies, which would be goal driven, and also build behavioural competencies,” he added.
Union Cabinet on Wednesday consented to three MoUs – one between Textile Ministry and Japan for quality assessment method, between Mining Ministry and Finland and between Ministry of New and Renewable Energy and Denmark, included Javadekar.
The establishment the Mission KarmaYogi is fruitful for all civil service candidates in the country, said Harshavardhan Muppavarapu, a socio-political activist.
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