|IPS? Or IAS by any chance?|
absorb any more new recruit as its infrastructure has got saturated. In fact, LBSNAA’s current infrastructure can’t accommodate 400 IAS in one batch.
Whereas the IPS academy has already absorbed a number of IAS for training, Delhi-based Indian Institute of Public Administration could be the next destination for IAS officers to get trained.
The Indian Express in a recent article quoted MoS personnel and PMO, V Narayanasamy saying that the Centre had facilitated LBSNAA receiving Rs 70 crore and five acres of land for expansion of facilities.
LBSNAA’s director Padamvir Singh in his official message says how the Academy prides itself for its world-class infrastructure “notwithstanding the limitations imposed by its location”. “We have one of the country’s finest libraries, the Gandhi Smriti Library with a collection of over 170,000 books and subscription to over 400 journals and periodicals. The teaching class rooms and lecture theatres are equipped with state-of-the-art teaching aids. The entire campus is wi-fi. The office functioning is completely paperless. The e-office environment provides for decisions on electronic files. Since the Academy lays great emphasis on physical well-being, we have an extremely well-equipped sports complex and riding establishment,” the director says in his message as quoted by its website.