Dharamshala: The fourteen-day-long induction training for the newly recruited civil servants organised by the Public Service Commission concluded on Thursday.
The training is designed to impart education on the Tibetan language, history, and official letter writing. In addition, it imparts training on CTA’s administration, e-governance, exile Tibetan constitution, Middle Way Approach policy, secular ethics, soft skill training, and inner engineering.
The concluding ceremony was addressed by the Chairman of PSC, Wangdu Tsering Pesur, Secretary Tsering Yangkyi, PSC members Choeying Dhondup and Naga Sanghe Tendhar, and tutor Tsewang Topla from Sarah college.
Secretary Tsering Yangkyi spoke to the gathering about the principles and values required of a civil servant. PSC Chairman implored the recruited staff to extend their optimum services keeping in mind the benevolence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. In addition, if any of the recruited staff were to be deployed to the settlements, he appealed to them to take advantage of such an opportunity to bolster learning and gain experience.
The USAID and NDI funded this induction training convened on 17 November at the Administrative Training and Welfare Society. The instructors of the fortnight workshop are Naga Sanghe Tendhar, Tsewang Topla, Dr Ashish Johri and Dr Surabhi Pandey.