Through impactful training, strengthen the capacity of civil servants and non-state agents at national and State levels in order make policy, planning and programmes optimally effective and inclusive; and harmonise those policies, plans & programmes to find sustainable solutions for their communities – be it around the country, in a city, village or district.
The core focus of PAC Training is good governance for equitable, inclusive and sustainable development. This will include:
Contribute to better governance
Focus on imparting specific operational and policy level skills that civil servants in both national and local governments may require to lead and manage change
Impart skills that are crucial for a better future
Train tomorrow’s leaders via collaborations with colleges, universities, academic institutions & schools.
Prepare the next generation for the challenges of high rate of change, technological advancements and service delivery complexities of the future.
Motivate & Equip the Network:
Bring coherence and purpose to national and local level development objectives through partnerships with CSOs, NGOs and Corporates, PAC Training brings coherence
The PAC Training initiative will contribute at four levels:
The last Mile: the Panchayati Raj Institutions – Gram Panchayat governance processes, government agencies Class II Group-B non-gazetted and Group-C government employees. Civil Society Organisations (CSOs), NGOs, and Corporates
District: the district as a development unit is an important point of intervention. PAC Training aims to increase its depth of engagement through specific collaborations with government training institutes that work at the district level- DTIs, SIRDs, SIUDs.
State: Civil servants at the State level who need skills to implement policies and programmes
National: Help officers in the civil services interpret and translate political agenda into actionable policy. This will include helping civil servants identify ways to increase the impact of policy and on-ground implementation.