Curriculum for civil services must suit India’s changing situation: Minister | Education

Union Minister Jitendra Singh on Saturday stated the curriculum for Indian Administrative Service (IAS) or Civil Services must suit the nation’s changing situation and due to this fact wants fixed modification every so often.

Addressing the valedictory session of the Joint Civil-Military Program (JCM) at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA) in Mussoorie, the Minister stated additionally it is essential to re-orient current and future directors for the visionary roadmap Prime Minister Narendra Modi has laid down for the subsequent 25 years until impartial India turns 100.

Singh referred to as for joint programmes by institutes which might be dedicated to capability constructing for good governance like, for instance, LBSNAA, National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG), Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), Institute of Secretarial Training and Management (ISTM), in order that “instead of working in silos, there could be synergistic programmes which would supplement the individual efforts made by these institutes”.

The Minister additionally advised widening the vary of the visiting school on the Mussoorie Academy and making Guest school extra inclusive of scientific consultants, industrial entrepreneurs, profitable start-ups and ladies achievers.

One main step was taken by the Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) within the course of main reforms, the Minister stated, was instituting “Mission Karmayogi”, which when outlined can be the emphasis on the shift of performing from ‘Rule to Role’.

Congratulating the Course Coordinator and the employees of the Academy for efficiently conducting the one-week Joint Civil-Military Programme, Singh additionally complimented the officers who attended the programme, which is meant to supply a structural interface between Civil Service officers and Armed Forces officers for a greater and shared understanding, coordination and collaboration throughout joint duties and for the aim of serving the nationwide safety of the nation.

The Minister stated, this programme was initiated in 2001 after the Kargil War and has gone a great distance in familiarizing the individuals with the challenges of exterior and inside safety and performs a wider function in exposing the taking part officers to the crucial Civil-Military synergy.

As India enters 75 years of its independence and plans for the subsequent 25 years, the Minister stated, such programmes allow us to arrange the Civil and the Military authorities to collectively work in numerous battle conditions internally as nicely externally.

This story has been printed from a wire company feed with out modifications to the textual content.

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