Monday, December 8, 2014

RTI training concludes

Three-day training programme on Right to Information Act (RTI), 2005 and Record Management organized by Accounts and Administrative Training Institute (AATI) concluded on Friday at the training hall of AATI.
The Training, sponsored by Department of Personal and Training, Government of India which commenced on 03 December 2014 was attended by 42 trainees comprising of designated Public Information Officers (PIOs), Assistant Public Information Officers (APIOs) and other officers and staff from various departments under Government of Sikkim.
During the Training programme, Resource Persons, Deepak Darnal [Principal Director, AATI], KK Kafley [former Special Secretary to the Government of Sikkim], Bhim Thatal [Director (PE), Human Resource Development Department] enlightened the participants on the various subjects of Right to Information Act.
During the valedictory session, Panel of resource persons interacted with the participants wherein Principal Director Mr. Darnal focused on importance of devolving records and responsibilities properly to the successor at the period of leave, transfer or retirement. He also suggested maintaining transparency in functioning of activities. Later, certificates were also handed over to the trainees. [IPR]

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