Wed27Nov2013Fri29Nov201310:00 amJaipuria Noida
MDP On Management of discipline-Vigilance in psu’s / Autonomous govt. Bodies and govt. Departments, including vigilance clearance and RTI
It is essential that every Organization, whether government / autonomous or semi-government or private, should have a well established reward and punishment system to ensure that the people are made to work towards the fulfillment of the Organizational goals.
Today the Public Sector Undertakings in the country play a significant role in the economic as well as social development of the country. Further, the spectrum of public sector ranges from monopolistic nature to highly competitive fields like Textiles, Banking etc. Today theseundertakings are trustees of public money, therefore their responsibility is higher than private sector organizations.
Organizations need modulation & regulation of employee’s behavior for desired results. This is required in all organizations universally. But Public sector and Government organizations have some other special angle because they deal with public money and there is no particular individual(s) who own that as a trustee. Hence an eternal vigil in honest transaction of day to day business has become important aspect. Hence, both the management of general discipline as well as vigilance has become necessary. It is imperative for PSU manager to understand them and implement them in day to day business.
The Right to Information Act 2005 envisages a practical regime of transparency and accountability in the working of Public Authorities. It aims at empowerment of the common citizen with ideas and information to seek entitlements and to participate in the process of democratic governance. This Act fosters an informed citizenry and participative decision making process giving right to Citizen to seek information, inspect work or record, take samples, and monitor progress and performance of Governance. This Act has dismantled the framework of secrecy and now providing information is the rule and secrecy is an exception.
The 3- days training programme from Jaipuria Institute of Management is divided into three parts and broadly covers the following crucial aspects of Industrial Discipline, Vigilance and RTI.For Whom
The programme is extremely useful for Vigilance Officers, Personnel Managers, Managers of Disciplinary Authority, Presenting Authority and Managers in Other Cross-Functional Domains etc.Programme Director Prof. B.D.Singh (Dean-MDP and Consultancy) CVO’s, Ex-CVO’s / CBI Officials would also be a part of the programme to share their experiences. Venue & Duration
Jaipuria Institiute of Management, Noida, A-32A , Sector 62 , Opp. IBM. Noida
Date: 27TH To 29th November 2013 TIME: 10:00 am to 5:30 pmProgramme Fees
INR 18,000/-* (Non-Residential) per participantEarly Bird Discount (Before October 25, 2013) : 5% of the total feeGroup Discount (Minimum 3 people) : 10% of the total fee Early Bird + Group Discount (First 15 seats) : 15% of the total fee*Service tax as applicable is payable extra.
NOTE: The Programme is Non-Residential, however institute willhelp to arrange hotel accommodation on request on actual basis.Registration Remittance
Payment may be made through the following means :-
Electronic fund transfer to Bank A/CDemand draft, payable at Noida or pan-India cheque payable at par in favour of ‘Jaipuria Institute ofManagement, Noida
Name of Account holder Jaipuria Institute of Management
PAN Number AAATI1375E (Integral Education Society)
Service Tax Registration Number AAATI1375ESD001 (Integral Education Society)
Bank: Axis Bank Ltd. Plot No A-41, TheCorenthum, Sector-62, NOIDA
Account Number: 723010100013934 Account type: Savings: UTIB0000723 IFSC Code: 110211063For More Details Download Brochure