Over 500 participants have joined the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) in view that its began enrollment force for club of serving officers in November remaining yr
Union minister of nation for employees, Jitendra Singh on Wednesday approved 111 new participants of Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), which includes nine newly recruited Indian Administrative Service (IAS) officers serving as assistant secretaries on the Centre, said a assertion issued by the employees ministry.
IIPA became set up to equip public servants with area understanding. Singh is likewise the chairman of IIPA.
“The minister felt glad that aside from a huge variety of age, the fresh club is also coming from Allied and Defence Services and Academic and Professional fields,” it stated.
Over 500 members have joined IIPA due to the fact Singh started out its enrollment drive for club of serving officials in November closing year. Singh advised the nearby branches of the institute to speed up their club power to deliver quality manpower.
“Dr Jitendra Singh urged the contributors of the government council to do a brainstorming to visualise a larger position of IIPA in near future and also to explore the participation of personal area in ability constructing,” the discharge stated.
The Union minister also inaugurated the new conference corridor of the institute ‘Sambhav’ and held its 321st meeting of executive council. He additionally accepted the celebrated Paul H Appleby award to be conferred to ex-IAS officials V Balasubramanian, Arun Kumar Rath and professor D Ravindra Prasad.