Jammu: After the completion of the Joint Foundation Course, Phase-I at J&K IMPA&RD, the 29 trainee Officers of J&K Police (G) Service and 12 trainee Officers of J&K Accounts (G) Service were relieved and directed to report to the Director General of Police (DGP), J&K and Director General, Accounts & Treasuries, J&K respectively for their further training.
The remaining 28 trainee officers of Junior Scale of J&K Administrative (G) Service will continue their training at the Jammu Campus of J&K IMPA&RD.
Earlier, in view of the COVID19 Pandemic & consequent health Safety concerns, the 69 officers who were selected for the Joint Foundation Course were divided into three manageable groups with one group of 22 trainee officers receiving training at IMPARD campus Srinagar and the other two groups of 23 and 24 officers at IMPARD campus Jammu.
During the foundation course, the trainee officers were made familiar with various aspects of public administration including managing human and material resources and all round personality development with emphasis on developing leadership capabilities.
The Course also covered subjects like public administration, Management and Behavioural Sciences, Constitution and Information Technology, issues and challenges in Government, new interventions in government among others. The trainee officers were also exposed to field visits, case studies, presentations and debates besides interactions with many serving and retired officers from the civil and police administration so that trainee officers could derive benefit out of their rich administrative experiences.