NEW DELHI, December 23: Minister of State of the Union (Independent Charge) Science and Technology; Minister of State (Independent Office) Earth Sciences; MoS PMO, Staff, Public Grievances, Pensions, Atomic Energy and Space, Dr Jitendra Singh said today that the goal of the “Karmayogi Mission” is to convey a futuristic vision to the people. utilities that could effectively set the roadmap for the next 25 years and shape the India Century of 2047.
Addressing the Mission Karmayogi – The Path Ahead workshop, commemorating Good Governance Week, Dr Jitendra Singh said the imperative need to move from ‘rule’ to ‘role’ in governance is essential to achieve Prime Minister Narendra Modi of New India’s goal and live up to his aspirations.
The minister said that the era of generalists is over and this is much more relevant to the administration as we move into the era of super-specialization. He said that a ‘fit for purpose’ and ‘fit for the future’ public service requires a skills-based approach to capacity building that focuses on imparting the skills essential to fulfill its roles. and this is exactly the main objective of the Karmayogi Mission.
Focusing on the topic of integration, Dr Jitendra Singh said that the Indian Institute of Public Administration, IIPA has established a Mission-Karmayogi resource cell at IIAP and is working in close coordination with the National Capacity Building Commission, LBSNAA and other central training institutions (CTI). It can be reiterated that in October of this year, the Minister addressed the very first joint roundtable of 23 central training institutions organized for capacity building, at the Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA) for bring efficiency in service delivery and “ease of living” for the common man.
Referring to the Prime Minister’s exhortation to officials to be creative and constructive; show imagination and innovation; be proactive and polite; be professional and progressive; be energetic and empowering; be efficient and effective; and to be transparent and tech-savvy, Dr Jitendra Singh said, to realize his vision, it is imperative that public servants across the country have the right set of attitudes, skills and knowledge. He said, keeping this in mind, the government has undertaken several initiatives including the launch of the National Civil Service Capacity Building Program (NPCSCB). The program is expected to integrate various dimensions of human resource management in government, such as capacity building through carefully organized and monitored e-learning digital learning materials; deploy the right person in the right position thanks to skills mapping; succession planning, etc.