Srinagar – A week long on the Job training course for Indian Forest Service (IFS) officers of batch 2010 concluded at Jammu and Kashmir Institution of Management, Public Administrative and Rural Developed (IMPA) here today.
The participants were acquainted with the local laws, culture, customs, environment and functioning of various government departments of the State government and public sector undertakings.
They were also imparted training how to develop values, ideas and attributes desirable for the government servant while disbursing his official assignments.
The course was conducted by Dr. Ghulam Mohi-ud-Din Dar, Head Academics and Trainings, Jammu and Kashmir IMPA. Various senior bureaucrats and experts interacted with participants on different subjects and delivered lectures on different subjects.
The IFS officers who attended the programme are . Irfan Ali Shah, . Sat Paul, . Vivek Verma and Dr. Jitendra Kumar Singh.
The IFS Officers appreciated the sincere efforts made by course coordination for effectively organizing and coordinating the training programme.
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