Inservice Training for Secretariat Staff

HYDERABAD: Chief secretary Pankaj Dwivedi on Wednesday inaugurated an inservice training programme on capacitybuilding for Secretariat employees. Speaking on the occasion, Dwivedi asked offici

Published: 05th January 2012 03:12 AM  |   Last Updated: 16th May 2012 06:08 PM   |  A+A-

HYDERABAD: Chief secretary Pankaj Dwivedi on Wednesday inaugurated an inservice training programme on capacitybuilding for Secretariat employees. Speaking on the occasion, Dwivedi asked officials to add their own inputs while studying the files.

Secretariat is the epicentre of the government and proper training to the officers is very essential to put things in a proper perspective, special chief secretary Minnie Mathew said.

The MCR HRD institute is conducting the training for 20 days in two batches per day. Each batch consists of 40 employees.

There will be one session on RTI in each training module. The importance of Section 4(1) B and maintenance of registers prescribed under the Act would be emphasised.

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