Mid Career Interaction between Armed Forces and Civil Services Officers on the theme Human Rights at IIPA New Delhi from 10 to 12 Feb – 2015
Government of India
Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions
Department of Personnel & Training
Block-IV, Old JNU Campus
New Mehrauli Road,
Dated 8th December, 2014
The Department of Personnel & Training has been organising Mid-Career Interactions between the Armed Forces and Civil Services officers in collaboration with the Ministry of Defence for the last many years. The basic objective of the programme is to increase exposure of the Civil Service Officers to the Armed Forces, so as to create better understanding and coordination for handling internal situations and helping them to combat future challenges to national security in an organised and professional manner.
2. A three day Mid Career Interaction between Armed Forces and Civil Services Officers on the theme ‘Human Rights’ is being organised at Indian Institute of Public Administration (IIPA), New Delhi, during 10 – 12 February, 2015 for Armed Forces Officers and Civil Service Officers from the states of Delhi, Haryana, Punjab, Rajasthan, J & K and the Civil Service officers working in the Ministries of Home Affairs, Defence, Women & Child Development, Social Justice & Empowerment, Tribal Affairs and Department of Personnel & Training.
3. You are therefore requested to nominate 3-4 senior level civil service officers of the rank of Director/Dy. Secretary from your Ministry for the above programme. The telephone, mobile, fax, e-mail details in respect of the officers nominated may be intimated to the nodal officer of the programme as mentioned below and suitable joining instructions may also be served to the officers concerned. It may kindly be ensured that the nominations reach the nodal officer latest by 10th January, 2015, under intimation to this Department:
Nodal officer- Prof. Dolly Arora. Indian Institute of Public Administration
I.P Estate, Ring Road, New Delhi – 110002
Tel. 011-23468329, (M) 9818714331