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Tuesday, 16 July 2024 9.46 AM IST

Administrative Reforms Commission recommends 15 days mandatory training for govt employees

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Administrative Reforms Commission has recommended mandatory training for employees transferred to a new department; to easily learn the ropes of the trade. The services of skilled personnel should be availed to successfully conduct the training session.

The report was made to sort out ways to reduce the workload in the law department. All employees from Assistants to Special Secretaries should be given 15 days of compulsory training in a year.

Adequate duration of induction training should be given to the candidates appointed as entry cadres in the Secretariat. Compulsory training in word processing in Malayalam and English should be given to all employees, with more than two years left to retire. At the end of the training, an exam should be conducted. Those who fail the exam should attend the training again.

  • It should be ensured that the instructions regarding the language of administration are strictly followed.

  • There is a surplus of office attendant and computer assistant posts in the law department. These posts should be reduced by one-third immediately.

  • Since the rank list of these posts exists, vacancies occurring after the date of expiry of the rank list need not be reported to PSC.
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