Lay emphasis on proper training of staff: Haryana CM to HIPA

Lay emphasis on proper training of staff: Haryana CM to HIPA

Manohar Lal Khattar, Chief Minister, Haryana

Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, November 23

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has said that to ensure good and effective governance, the state should focus on imparting such training to officials and employees so as to imbibe strong moral values in them and to ensure that they are accountable. This will also assure that they are groomed into good human beings, besides being good officials.

Khattar said such training programmes would develop their functioning significantly and they would also excel in the work assigned to them for the welfare of the public.

The Haryana Institute of Public Administration (HIPA) should prepare an outline for it and ensure that it is implemented in a planned manner, said the CM.

Khattar was presiding over the meeting of the general body of the HIPA at Haryana Niwas today. He said HIPA should organise training programmes in coordination with the training centres related to various departments, institutions and other private sectors and records of all these should also be maintained.Khattar said the department concerned should upload complete details on the HRMS portal with regard to the training of officials and employees so as to keep a track of the training received by them. — TNS

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