Originally, the Punjab Government Staff Training Institute, was set up in the year 1985 in Mini Secretariat, Sector 9, Chandigarh, for imparting In-Service training to Group ‘B’ & ‘C’ categories of employees i.e. the Superintendents, Senior Assistants, Clerks, Daftaries, etc. posted in the Punjab Civil Secretariat and in other Government Departments/ Offices in the State. Similar training was provided by the Centre for Personnel Management (CPM) since 2010 in MGSIPA, Sector 26, Chandigarh. The Centre for Personnel Management [CPM], MGSIPAP was set up in March 2009 with a mission to Review, Reform, Reorient and Monitor the functional system of the State Government to deal with challenges effectively and efficiently.
To avoid duplicacy and to cut expenditure, Punjab Government shifted the said institute from the Mini Secretariat, Sector 9, Chandigarh to MGSIPAP w.e.f. 1st July, 2012 after the approval of the Chief Minister, Punjab and the same was renamed as Secretariat Staff Training Institute (SSTI). The State Government initially provided funds to the tune of Rs.1.07 crore for the Financial Year 2013-14. The SSTI in MGSIPA is a unit on the regular role of the non-plan schemes of the Punjab, Finance Department since 2012. Thereafter, this non-plan budget is provided on need basis for subsequent years. Now, the SSTI is a ‘Division’ of MGSIPA vide letter No. MGSIPA/Admn./2014/ 13082.dated 21-08-2014.
PROCEDURE & PROCESSES UNDERTAKEN FOR TRAINING
The SSTI has been organising the following training programmes:-
These Induction level training programmes are normally of the following durations:-
REGIONAL TRAINING CENTRES
The Training Division, MGSIPA established three regional training centres at Jalandhar, Bathinda and Patiala. These Centres mainly organize training programmes as per the schedule of SSTI.
LIST OF SUBJECT MATTERS
(a) (i) Constitutional provisions – conduct of business of the Government of a State with reference to Article 166 of Constitution of India including: –
(ii) Office Procedure: –[As provided in Manual of Instructions of Department of AR, Punjab – now to be converted into e-Governance i.e. IWDMS].
(iii) Office Management for group ‘A’ and ‘B’ only – some basic principles like planning, organising, directing, controlling, assessing / evaluation, required managing area – system, network, sequence of operation, methods – manual or mechanized, principles involved in office management, main functions of office and ideals office system.
(b) Service Matters
(c) Financial Matters
(d) Right to Information Act (RTI Act)
(e) Prevention of Corruption Act
(f) Behavioural skills and Ethics & Values in Governance
(g) Personnel Matters
(h) Any other subject relating to activities of the organization as requisitioned
The Centre conducts the Training Programmes on the following Themes / Titles :
Office Procedure and Management including Service & Accounts Matters
Office Procedure and Relevant Establishment Matters
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MGSIPA an institute of Punjab Government devoted to training and research in Public Administration is now offering an excellent opportunity to the aspirants of the Civil Services examination. The Institute had launched the Civil Services Coaching Centre(CSCC) in 2011 with fifty aspirants from all over Punjab, Chandigarh, Haryana and Himachal Pradesh. Majority of the aspirants were Doctors, Engineers and Graduates. The coaching centre provides coaching for IAS / PCS Preliminary and Mains examination and conducts mock interviews to prepare the candidates.While providing coaching for cracking the Civil Services examination, the centre also aims at developing the overall personality of aspirants.