5-days DTS Course for Central and State administrative officers held at Jaipur
Moga, January 16, 2020: Department of Personnel and Training, the national training organization that plans and conducts training for all Central and State administrative officers, allocated the responsibility of conducting a national level ‘Direct Training Skills’ training programme at RIPA ( Rajasthan) to Major Pardeep Kumar, National Resource Person as a ‘Recognised Trainer’ with DoPT.
Major Pardeep Kumar, who has been serving as a widely respected trainer in the Punjab Education department for the past many years performed this responsibility very successfully with utmost dedication and sincerity. After returning from this successful endeavor at one of the most respected Training institution of India, i.e Rajasthan Institute of Public administration at Jaipur at shared his experiences with us.
He informed that this was a five day- Residential programme for state level training officers. There were 25 officers who participated in this programme. The participants included Indian Administrative Officers, Additional director Direct Taxes, Principals of IHM, Assistant Professors of Railway , Assistant Commandant of BSF, Nuclear Power Plant Training In-charge, Four Sub/Inspectors of UP Police training Schools, Trainers from HIPA and Principals of Educational Institutes including many senior trainers from leading training institutes of the state.
Major Pardeep Kumar has already conducted ‘FacultyTraining Skills’ development programme at leading Government officers Training institutes like ATI Kolkatta, ATI Mysore, AASC Gauwhati, Assam, YASHADA Pune, UPAAM Lucknow, ATI Nainital, PTC Saharanpur, DDU NASS New Delhi and MGSIPA, Chandiagrh for DoPT , New Delhi. He told that this programme has been designed by Thames Valley University, London and with all humility he shared that it has indeed been an honour to conduct aProgramme that has worldwide acceptance and recognition.
The entire education community and intellectuals of the district congratulated him for bringing laurels to the state as well as department. He credited this honour to his seniors and colleagues who always motivated him to work hard and set an example.