ITANAGAR, Sep 26: A three-day training programme on “Basics of Computer Applications” in two batches — one for Ministerial Staff of Capital Complex Heads of offices and HoDs, and another for Ministerial Staff of District Administration — has commenced at ATI, Naharlagun on Tuesday.
The programme is being conducted under the 100 percent course fee sponsorship of the Government of India, Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT).
All together, 37 participants are attending the programme.
In his inaugural address, ATI Director, Pate Marik highlighted the importance of computer application in public delivery system.
“Due to advent of Information Technology and Government of India’s e-governance policy, the computer has become an integral part of human activities now-a-days”, he said, adding that it is mandatory for every government functionary to acquire computer skills.
He advised the participants in the training to have thorough knowledge about the functioning and objectives of the respective departments for accurate and appropriate dissemination of information to common citizens in order to maintain transparency in public delivery system. He also emphasized on improvement of quality of service delivery.
Course Coordinator Nani Khambo and Assistant director, Bamin Tarang also spoke on the occasion.
Rajiv Gandhi University Senior Assistant Professor Dr Marpe Sora and Assistant Professor Gom Taye are the main resource persons of the programme.