PM Modi Set to Inaugurate First-Ever National Training Conclave Tomorrow

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to inaugurate the inaugural ‘National Training Conclave’ this Sunday, which will bring together over 1,500 participants from various training and research institutes across India. With a strong emphasis on enhancing governance processes and policy implementation through capacity building of the civil service, PM Modi has been a driving force behind this initiative.

The conclave marks another significant step towards achieving this vision, aligning with the National Programme for Civil Services Capacity Building (NPCSCB), also known as ‘Mission Karmayogi.’ This program aims to equip the civil service with the necessary skills, knowledge, and a forward-thinking attitude to adapt to future challenges. By hosting this event, the Capacity Building Commission aims to promote collaboration among civil service training institutes and bolster the training infrastructure for civil servants nationwide.

The conclave will witness active participation from more than 1,500 representatives hailing from training and research institutes. Notably, civil servants from central and state government departments, local governments, as well as industry experts from the private sector, will also contribute to the discussions. This diverse gathering provides an excellent opportunity for the exchange of ideas, identification of challenges, exploration of available opportunities, and the development of actionable solutions and comprehensive strategies for capacity building.

To facilitate meaningful discussions, the conclave will feature eight panel discussions, each focusing on key concerns relevant to civil services training institutes. These topics include faculty development, training impact assessment, and content digitization, among others. By addressing these critical areas, the conclave aims to strengthen the training framework and ensure that civil servants receive the necessary resources to excel in their roles.

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