Friday, July 24, 2015

States to spend Rs 2.25 lakh for each promoted IAS for Sri Lanka visit, other domestic tours

Destination Sri Lanka (Photo Courtesy: Anton Croos) 
STATE governments of Delhi, Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu will spend Rs 2.25 lakh for each of the promoted IAS officer who is undertaking a six-week-long induction programme that begins on July 27 at Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA), Mussoorie. As many as 36 state administrative officers from those four states will be imparted training under which a foreign visit (this time to…
Sri Lanka) is made an integral part. The cost of travel to and from the Academy of participants will also be borne by the state governments concerned, and that cost will be in addition to that fixed expenditure of Rs 2.25 lakh per participant. Among the officers who will be formally inducted into IAS include 15 from AGMUT cadre, six from Karnataka, seven from Maharashtra and eight from Tamil Nadu.
The course has been designed to provide the participants a perspective on the All India Services and the policy environment in the country, according to the joining instruction – a document prepared by LBSNAA. Project appraisal and public private partnership (PPP) will be part of the training module.
As the participants will be taken on a foreign exposure visit, they are requested to bring their official (white) passport. If for some reason white passport is not available, the participant may bring their personal (blue) passport instead, according to joining instructions.
And mind it, no officer will be allowed to attend classes by wearing a T-shirt! In formal occasions, women probationers will have to wear Saree, Salwar-Suit, Formal Western Wear etc. whereas for ceremonial occasions, only Saree is allowed. For men, the dress is Blazer - Tie 1 Lounge Suit with formal shoes. For ceremonial purposes, the dress code for men is black or white buttoned up coat (Bandhgala) with black or white trousers respectively. Black or white Sherwani with white chooridar will also be allowed.

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