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Gopabandhu Academy of Administration Conducts Special Training For Central Service Officers

Bhubaneswar:26/9/22: Odisha’s Gopabandhu Academy of Administration, has upgraded itself as a Partner Training Institute of Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA).

Previously, the Academy conducted special training on disaster management for IAS probationers. It also conducted administrative training for officers from Central Secretariat Service and Chhattisgarh Civil Service. Bharat Darshan programme for full batch of IAS Probationers sponsored by LBSNAA was also conducted by the Academy recently.

Today at GAA, Chief Secretary Suresh Chnadra Mahapatra inaugurated the Special Foundation Course Training for central civil service officers from Indian Railway Traffic Service (IRTS) and Indian Postal and Telegraph Account & Finance Service cadre in the presence of Director General of GAA Ranjana Chopra, Vice Chancellor Utkal University Dr. Sabita Acharaya, Course Coordinator Manish Agrawal, Prof RP Tripathy Dean National University of Law and Additional Commissioner Himanshu Bhusan Panda

Mahapatra asked GAA to make the training programme “memorable with field visits and practical exposure to ground level management”. The training programme should not be confined to monotonous classroom learning type, he said. “Odisha today is a faster-growing economy at the national level. In last twenty years Odisha has set new benchmarks in disaster management, farmers’ empowerment, and innovative IT applications.”

After years of heavy capital investment in development of infrastructures like roads, bridges and embankments, the State is now investing for transformative changes in health, education, agriculture, women empowerment, and sports.

“Odisha ranked among top-3 investment destinations in India. High-performance Center in different sports and athletics was set up and made operational in Kalinga Stadium. Odisha successfully organized international sports and athletic events,” Mahapatra said.

He expressed the hope that days would not be very far “when Odisha trained sportsmen would shine as Olympiads”.

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