NEW DELHI: The Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) under Prime Minister office, on Wednesday announces the appointment of special invitee on its initiatives “’National Programme for Civil Services Capacity Building – Mission Karmayogi”, aiming to have a transformational shift from rule-based training to role-based capacity development of all civil services in the country so as to enhance citizen experience for government services and improve availability of competent work force.
The team comprises S D Shibu Lal, as chairperson of the three-member task force, who is also founder and ex-CFO of Infosys Limited, Pankaj Bansal, the founder and Group CEO of PeopleStrong HR and Technology company, and Govind Iyer of Egon Zehnder, a global management consulting form.
“Mission Karmayogi” was first launched in September 2020 by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to bring the comprehensive reforms of the capacity building apparatus at individual, institutional and process levels for efficient public service delivery. The Capacity Building Commission (NPCSCB) to harmonize training standards, create shared faculty and resources, and have supervisory role over all Central Training Institutions.
According to an order by ministry, the task force will help the government to bring reforms in its existing bureaucratic structures and enable them with greater efficiencies for people experiences towards the services rendered by the government officials. This initiative would also mean for availability of the resources, competencies and its utilisation.
Pankaj Bansal, founded PeopleStrong tech-based HR Company in 2005, having extensive experiences in establishing the work forces, merging technologies to bring more efficiencies in its existing structures.
Addition to that, he is also a member of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)’ on Skill Development & Livelihood which is in partnership with Wheebox & PeopleStrong. It does in-depth analysis on the employability of the youth entering the workforce and present a report card annually.