Tribune News Service
Chandigarh, 7 November
Haryana Chief Secretary Sanjeev Kaushal launched the ‘Mission Karmayogi Haryana’ (MKH) program on Tuesday. This is an unprecedented initiative of the state government aimed at providing training to more than 3 lakh employees. The program will emphasize the importance of ethical behaviour, values and principles in governance to all employees and stakeholders of the State Government.
The Chief Secretary, during a meeting with administrative secretaries here on Tuesday, emphasized that the initiative spearheaded by Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar aims to inculcate ethical governance and enhance the skills and competencies of government employees. The program aims to enhance public service delivery and accountability while delivering tangible benefits to the citizens of Haryana. Administrative Secretaries, Heads of Departments and Deputy Commissioners participated in the virtual meeting. Kaushal urged the administrative secretaries and heads of departments to regularly attend the training sessions organized at Haryana Institute of Public Administration (HIPA) under the ‘Mission Karmayogi Haryana’ programme. He took the opportunity to share knowledge among themselves and promote the culture of learning, encouraging them to share their valuable experiences with the young officers and trainees.
He also called for considering the extraordinary contribution made by young officers in implementing flagship schemes of the State and district-level indicator area while nominating candidates for Good Governance Awards.
HIPA Director General Chandralekha Mukherjee said the MKH program will adopt a hub-and-spoke model.
Experienced officers of the state government will be employed as master trainers. First, these master trainers themselves will undergo intensive training at HIPAA, Haryana Police Academy and Divisional Training Center Panchkula.