Min Biswajit releases SAT wall calendar 2018
The calendar is brought out to inform the public of the training academy’s various functions which include conduct of foundation course of State Civil Services, State Accounts training, Office Procedure training, Attachment Course of All India Services, Professional Course of various State Services, etc.
The calendar also highlights Centrally Sponsored Training Programmes including on Disaster Management, Child Labour, Health Care and Sanitation etc.
Speaking at the calendar release function, the Minister said the State Academy provides training to all levels of State employees from high level officers as well as lower ranked employees of different departments. The trainings are provided with the main objective of bringing good governance in the State, he continued.
He said that during the trainings conducted in the academy, experienced officers of the State like IAS officers including DCs and department directors share their service experiences with the fresh officers newly inducted as MCS, MFS, MSS, Jr. MCS, EO, etc.
The Minister also said that after due consideration with the Chief Secretary, Commissioners, department heads, more training courses for newly inducted officers will be started from next year with the main objective to improve administration of the various departments.
The present government is also considering increase in budget allotment for the Academy to improve its infrastructure, he said.
Director General, SAT Shri Oinam Nabakishore Singh said that the academy is imparting trainings to State officials round the year. The Academy, he said, has conducted short term courses on basic information technology, e-governance for more than 500 trainee employees.
A two month foundation course of State Civil Services has also been conducted, he added.
Today’s calendar release function was also attended by Additonal Director, SAT, A. Shivadas Sharma, Deputy Director, SAT Dr. Y. Suraj Singh and Administrative Officer, SAT S. Sambhunath Singh among others.
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