Mission Karmayogi was launched in 2020 with the objective of enhancing governance through Civil Service Capacity Building. It comes under the Department of Personnel training.
What is the aim of Mission Karmayogi?
- “Comprehensive reform of the capacity building apparatus at individual, institutional and process levels for efficient public service delivery”.
- To prepare civil service officers for the future by making them more “creative, constructive, imaginative, innovative, proactive, professional, progressive, energetic, enabling, transparent and technology-enabled.’
What are the 6 pillars of Mission Karmayogi?
Mission Karmayogi will have the following six pillars:
- Policy Framework
- Institutional Framework
- Competency Framework
- Digital Learning Framework (Integrated Government Online Training Karmayogi Platform (iGOT-Karmayogi)
- electronic Human Resource Management System (e-HRMS)
- Monitoring and Evaluation Framework
What are the initiatives taken under this mission?
The mission has created an online platform called iGOT-Karmayogi.
iGOT stands for Integrated Government Online Training. It will provide content to learn from global best practices rooted in “Indian ethos”. Civil servants will also have to undertake courses on this platform on which the officers’ performance will be evaluated. A Special Purpose Vehicle : Karmayogi Bharat SPV will monitor the platform.
At the launch of the Approach Paper for creation of Annual Capacity Building Plans for Ministries/Departments, Shri Rajiv Gauba, Cabinet Secretary appreciated the initiatives of CBC and said that, the basic idea of “Mission Karmayogi” is to fulfil the mandate of democratising knowledge across all verticals and levels. He mentioned that within a short span of time, with the help of the Commission, over 1 lakh personnel of M/o Railways and Police forces have been trained under Mission Karmayogi. Over 200 contractual personal staff of several Union Ministers have also been trained.
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