The need for organizing comprehensive training of Civil Servants was realized immediately after independence. In 1952, it became imperative for Civil Servants to acquire the knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary for playing the role of change-agents in a backward rural society.
Prior to 1952 there had been no arrangement for the institutional training of the State Administrative Officers; the number of newly appointed officers used to be very small too. After selection they used to be posted in the districts where they used to get training by way of gaining first hand direct experience as they worked in different departments. The senior officers of the districts used to train the newly appointed officers under their own guidance. But this arrangement was not sufficient. As the Land Reforms Act came in force in 1950, and the process of the abolition of "Zamindari" system started, the administrative work,land revenue etc. became more complicated and mutti dimensional. Read More...
The Administrative Training Institute (ATI) was established in the year 1952 and its vision is to be centre of excellence in the area of secretariat training and management. ATI focuses on overall development of the participants.
Emerging training techniques are used for improving performance and there is a constant attempt to innovate.
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The training for the JFS officers of 6th JPSC at SKIPA was absolutely superb.I genuinely enjoyed each and every moment of it.The training content and delivery was extremely informative and incredibly useful for the rest of my services for sure.I have attended several training before but I can not recall any one of them having such a strong impact.I got the opportunity to learn from the reach experience of senior officials of Jharkhand Government and it will surely going to play a vital role in shaping me as a good officer.The classes,Library,Computer lab,sports facilities and our staying arrangement was superb.Apart from this SKIPA Provided me a nice opprtunity to interact with other fellow trainee officer.I sincerely Thanks to all the officials and support staffs at SKIPA for their support.
The Experience at SKIPA during the training of 5th JAS Probationer's in 2016 was awesome. The ambience facilities,food etc. was top class.Under the highly experience Course Director Shri Anil Kumar Sir, we were enriched by source rows of exceptional faculties delivering great lectures. The Training of SKIPA was an unforgettable moment of life.
Before moving to our respective districts, we were introduced to several aspects of Jharkhand at SKIPA. Our training at SKIPA involved lectures by very experienced senior officers. We were given insights of different subject areas like overview of district administration, land mutation, role of DDC, role of SDM, issue of naxalism in Jharkhand amongst others. Most importantly, we got the opportunity to interact with senior officers who were always ready to answer all our questions. I would like to thank the faculty and staff of SKIPA for our training.
My stay at SKIPA, Ranchi was a very good experience. I got to know about state and general administration in detail. Academic training was related to state specific topics like Santhal Pragana Tenancy Act, mutation laws, history of land reforms, naxal issues, mining and rehabilitation issues, treasury code etc. Further, listening to senior IAS officers strengthened my understanding about role of an IAS officer as SDM, DDC, Municipal Commissioner and DC. I realized how an effective and efficient administrative officer can bring positive change in the lives of people. I am looking forward to learn more as I progress in my career so that I can keep playing my part in nation building.
My first interaction with the administration and governance of Jharkhand was through SKIPA. It laid the foundation stone of what my roles, responsibilities and duties were going to be as an IAS officer working for the people of Jharkhand. Through the lectures there, delivered by experts in their fields with a rich and varied experience, I got my first glimpse of what lay ahead. The nitty-gritty of administration, the unique cultural and historical milieu of Jharkhand, its diversity, the peculiarities of revenue laws were all lucidly taught to us. Moreover, daily interactions with the stalwarts of administration in the state prepared us well for the challenge which lay ahead.