PM inaugurates first-ever National Training Conclave
It is the responsibility of all government servants to increase the faith of people in the government system: PM
Training should nurture the potential of officials as well as inculcate the whole government approach and spirit of Jan Bhagidari: PM
An old approach where posting in training institutions was seen as punishment posting is changing: PM
Discussing vertical and horizontal silos, PM exhorted officials to break the shackles of hierarchy while seeking out those with experience
Karmayogi Mission seeks to improve the orientation, mindset, and approach of the government personnel so that they feel content and happy, and as a by-product of this improvement, the governance system will improve organically: PM
By PIB Delhi
Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi inaugurated the first-ever National Training Conclave at the International Exhibition and Convention Centre, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.
Prime Minister’s address was replete with many anecdotes and stories emanating from his rich political and administrative experience. By giving such examples in his address, he emphasized the importance of aspects like service orientation of government work, ownership in realizing the aspirations of the common man, the need to break the hierarchy and use the experience of every person in the organization, the importance of Jan Bhagidari, the zeal to improve and innovate the system, among other things. He added that the training modules should be oriented and developed such that these aspects are inculcated in government officials.
Discussing his experience of earlier serving as CM and later as PM, Prime Minister underlined that the government has never lacked talented, dedicated, and committed officials. He said that just like the institution of the Army has built impeccable credibility in the eyes of the public, it is the responsibility of all government servants to further increase the faith of people in the government system.
Prime Minister said that training should also inculcate a whole of government approach, adding that all efforts must be made to nurture the potential of the officials. He also emphasized that the old approach where posting in the training institutions was seen as punishment posting is changing. He said that training institutes are one of the most important places as they nurture the personnel who work in government for many decades.
Prime Minister also discussed the vertical and horizontal silos and the shackles of hierarchy, exhorting officials to overcome them to seek out those with experience, regardless of hierarchy.
Prime Minister emphasized that training should inculcate the importance of Jan Bhagidari in every government servant. Explaining this to the audience, he credited the success of the Swachh Bharat Mission, Aspirational Districts Programme, Amrit Sarovar, and the substantial share of India in digital payments in the world, to Jan Bhagidari.
Prime Minister said that training is for every level and for everyone, and in this sense, the iGOT Karmayogi platform has brought about a level playing field as it provides opportunities to everyone for training. He said that iGOT Karmayogi registration crossing the 10 Lakh user base mark shows that people in the system are keen to learn. He added that Karmayogi Mission seeks to improve the orientation, mindset, and approach of the government personnel so that they feel content and happy, and as a by-product of this improvement, the governance system improves organically.
He wished all participants of the conclave the best for the day-long deliberations and suggested they come up with actionable inputs which will help in improving the training infrastructure in the country. He also suggested making an institutional mechanism for organizing the Conclave at regular intervals.