Centres / Wings
Activities of the Centres / Wings
 
Accounts Training Wing
With a view to upgrade the level of training of all the employees of Treasuries and Accounts Department and to improve the training facilities, the Accounts Training College of Hyderabad which is under the control of Director of Treasuries and Accounts is merged with Institute of Administration in the year 1989, with a sanctioned amount of Rs.12.33 Lakhs for construction of additional floor towards accommodation vide G.O Ms. No.40 Fin dt.25.01.1989. The staff of the college were shifted to the new campus of Institute of Administration along with the existing library books, furniture and a four wheeler. After the merger, the Accounts Training College was termed as Accounts Training Wing of IOA. This merger facilitated to improve the knowledge of financial rules and procedures of employees of the other government Departments also on par with Treasury Department.
 
Vision: To upgrade the centre as the centre of excellence for Training in Accounts Matters, to play advisory role in the matter of Accounts.
 
Mission: To reach out to maximum No. of Officials and impart training in Financial Matters and Accounts procedures and also in new areas relating to finance and Accounts.
 
Objectives:
i) To integrate the training with needs of Government in General & T&A Department in particular.
ii) To facilitate the improving the functioning of the T& A Department by imparting quality training to the personnel of T&A     Department.
iii) To impart training to other Departments personnel also in the area of Finance and Accounts Matters.
 
Trainings at the Centre:
Accounts Training Wing imparts various training like Foundation Training Courses, in-service Trainings, Refresher Training Courses, specialised training programmes. The Induction Training courses are designed as pre entry trainings for the Newly Recruited Junior Accountants/ Senior Accountants of the Department and also to the Assistant Treasury Officers/ Assistant Accounts Officers recruited in Group-I services through APPSC. The duration of this trainings for various programmes is listed below:
 
1. Induction training for Senior Accountants recruited Directly under Group-II services and for Junior Accountants for Directly  recruited under Group-IV services and for promotes from feeder category:75 days
2. Induction Training for ATOs/AAOs for Direct Recruitees under Group I services: 45 weeks
3. Refresher Trainings: 6 days
4. Specialized Trainings: 3-4 Days
 
These Induction Training Programmes include practical training at the District Level/HOD’s at various Government offices. During Induction Training Programme, the participants were given training on
  1. Fundamental Rules
  2. Leave Rules
  3. Pension Rules
  4. Manual of Spl. Pay & Allowances
  5. Andhra Pradesh Treasury Code
  6. Constitution of India(Relevant Chapters)
  7. Andhra Pradesh Financial Code
  8. Andhra Pradesh Accounts Code Vol.-I
  9. Andhra Pradesh Accounts Code Vol.-II
  10. Elementary Book-keeping
  11. Budget Manual
  12. Service Manual Rules
  13. District Office Manual
  14. Introduction to Indian Audit and Accounts
  15. Computer training  (General & Departmental)
  16. Elementary Works Accounts
  17. General Provident Fund Rules
In addition to the above subjects the Participants are being enlightened on subjects like Moral Values, Ethics in Administration, Personality Development, Stress Management. In addition working knowledge of English is also being imparted to Junior Accountants and Senior Accountants in the Induction Training. Since 1976, the Accounts Training Wing conducted 162nd Induction Training Programmes till date, imparting Induction Training to more than 6000 accountants of the Department. Further, during all these years, the wing is conducting at least 20 short term courses per year the average participants per course being 25 to 30.
 
Induction Training for ATOs/AAOs: The Accounts Training Centre imparts Institutional Training to Newly Recruited ATO’s and AAO’s(Group-I Services) in all Government Codes and Manuals. In addition to the above subjects the Participants are being enlightened on subjects like Moral Values, Ethics in Administration, Personality Development, Stress Management. Further keeping pace with the latest Developments in technology and Department Packages being used, the Participants are exposed to hands on practice on Computers(General and Department specific packages).
 
Refresher Training: The Accounts Training Centre imparts Refresher Trainings to Treasuries and Accounts Personnel for One Week/Two Weeks for all Cadres in the areas of Administration and Accounts Matters. Various Refreshers courses are given to the employees of Treasuries and Accounts Department to have up to date knowledge of Rules and Regulations.
 
Short Term Training Programmes: These Short term courses include Accounts Procedures, Disciplinary & Vigilance Procedures, Budget, Office Management, Court Cases, Pensions, Scrutiny Of Bills, Pay Fixations, Preparation of Panels, E-Payments, IT Uploads etc.
 
Training Programme for Other Departments: During the year 2016-2017 a new initiative is taken to impart training to personnel of other Departments also in Accounts and Service Matters like Pay Fixations, Scrutiny of Bills, Preparation of Panels and Commercial Accounting.
 
Contribution to DVD Material: During 1999-2000, Dr.Marri Channa Reddy Human resource Development Institute has undertaken a huge task of building up course material in the form of DVDs for various service related topics for the benefit of the employees of the State Government. In this task Sri N.Kesava Murthy JD(Retd) and Sri R. Seetha Rama Rao of Treasuries and Accounts Department Accounts Training Wing contributed to a major extent in bringing out the Lecture series on
  1. Budget Manual (3 DVDs)
  2. Financial Code (6 DVDs)
  3. Fundamental & Subsidiary Rules (5 DVDs)
  4. Leave Rules (2 DVDs)
  5. Pension Rules (3 DVDs)
  6. T A Rules (4 DVDs)
  7. Duties and Responsibilities of DDO’s(7 DVDS)
 
These DVD materials are designed to contain exhaustive and elaborated material that enables the participants to understand the content easily and assessment of the knowledge can be made through the quiz questions given there in.
 
Staff of the wing: At present the Accounts Training Wing is headed by Joint Director of Treasuries and Accounts Department assisted by one Senior Lecturer in the cadre of Assistant Director, one Assistant Lecturer in the Cadre of Assistant Treasury Officer. The Staff of the Accounts Training wing are imparting training to the employees of Treasury Department as well as taking sessions on service matters and Accounts Matters in the other centres of Dr.MCR HRDI.
 
Staff particulars as on 01.04.2015:

S.No

Name

Designation

Qualification

Working from

1

Smt.Yasmeen Sultana

Joint Director

M.Sc (Zoology), B.Ed

01.04.2015

2

Sri. JVN.Rajani kanth

Accounts Officer/Senior Lecturer

M.Sc(Physics)

04.04.2014

3

Sri. VLN Gupta

Assistant Lecturer

B.Com

04.08.2011

4

Smt. K Rama Lakshmi

Senior Accountant

B.Sc

02.01.2015

5

Kum. Sunitha

Training Assistant (out sourcing)

M.Com

13.10.2010

6

Sri. Lakshman

Office sub ordinate

10th Class

25.01.1989

 
 
Audit Training Wing (AdTW)
>> "Audit of Accounts of Universities" from 27.07.2016 to 29.07.2016
Audit Training Wing (AdTW) of the Institute is the Department Specific Training Wing catering the Training needs of the Auditors and Officers of the State Audit Department. Earlier it was part of Accounts Training Centre of the Treasuries & Accounts Department. Since separation of State Audit Department from the Treasuries & Accounts Department in 1976, it was as Audit Training School in the year 1976, the Audit Training Centre imparted various training like Foundation Training Courses, in-service Trainings, refresher Training Courses etc.,
 
Vision: to become a centre of excellence and innovation for public auditing and accounting with respect to the local governments and other authorities under the Technical Guidance and Supervision of C&AG
 
Mission: To provide support to all the Officers and Auditors working in the State Audit Department, GoTS and also to the Auditee Institutions
 
Objectives: The objectives of the Audit Department Training Wing are
 
• To develop a professional, impartial and efficient audit service that is responsive to the needs of the government and citizens
• To develop proper ethics, commitment to work and sensitivity towards verification of utilization of valuable resources as per stated   objectives
• To ensure that auditors and officers of State Audit Department have the requisite knowledge, skills and attitude to effectively   perform the functions they are entrusted with as per the Competency Framework
 
The duration of this training for various programmes is listed below:
1. Induction Training for Assistant Audit Officers under Group I services - 28 weeks
2. Induction Training for Senior Auditors who are recruited through Telangana Public Service Commission Directly     under Group-III Services – 4 Months
3. Induction Training for Junior Auditors who are recruited in Group – IV Services – 4 Months
4. Promotion Zone Training Programmes - One Week/Two Weeks days
5. Refresher Trainings – One Week/Two Weeks
6. Institution/Function Specific Trainings - 3-4 Days
7. Workshops on Audit Matters – 2/3 days
 
The Induction Training courses are designed as pre-entry trainings for the Newly Recruited Assistant Audit Officers (Group–I Services), Senior Auditors (Group – III) and Junior Auditors (Group – IV Services) working in the State Audit Department, Government of Telangana who are recruited through the Telangana Public Service Commission (TSPSC) and under Group- IV Services
 
These Induction Training Programmes include practical training at the district level at various Government offices. During Induction Training Programme, the participants were given training on Service Matters, Accounts related matters and also on Audit Matters as prescribed by the Government and also under Technical Guidance and Supervision of C&AG
 
Various refreshers courses are given to the employees of State Audit Department to have up to date knowledge of Rules and Regulations and Audit Procedures under TGS of C&AG. These Short term courses include Accounts Procedures, Disciplinary & Vigilance Procedures Budget and Audit, Pension Matters including Scrutiny and Authorization of Pensions and Audit Procedures of various Auditable Institutions etc.,
 
Activities in Last Four Years (2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15 and 2015-16)
 
Abstract of Training Programmes conducted by ADTW
 

Year

Hyderabad

Regional Centre, Eluru

Total

 

Progs

Participants

Progs

Participants

Progs

Participants

2012-13

23

539

1

33

24

572

2013-14

23

570

1

31

34

601

2014-15

21

493

6

179

27

672

2015-16

26

659

-

-

26

659

 
Training Programmes conducted by AdTW in Last Four years

#

Particulars

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

1

GoI Programmes

3

5

11

5

2

Induction Training Programme

1

2

1

1

3

Refresher Training Programmes

2

0

2

1

4

Promotion Zone Training Programme

0

0

2

1

5

Specialized Training Programmes

18

27

11

18

Total

24

34

27

26

 
Working Staff Details

#

Name

Designation

Educational Qualification

Working from

1

E Narasimhan

Joint Director

M.V.SC

08.12.2015

1

K Srinivasa Rao

Assistant Audit Officer

MA B.Ed

01.02.2014

 
 
Brief Details on Activities of AdTW in 2014-15 & 2015-16
A. R&D Centre for State Audit Department, GoTS
 
The Audit Training Wing assisted the State Audit Department, GoTS on the following aspects in 2015-16
 
1. Preparation and Finalization of Syllabus for Departmental Tests of State Audit Department
2. Preparation of Draft State Audit Act (Adaptation to Telangana) Order
3. Preparation of Draft State Audit Rules (Adaptation to Telangana) Order
4. Preparation of Draft State Audit Service Rules (Adaptation of Telangana) Order
5. Preparation of Draft State Audit Subordinate Service Rules (Adaptation to Telangana) Order
6. Preparation and Finalization of Draft Proposal for Creation of Resident Audit Office in GHMC
7. Preparation of Draft Training Policy and Competency Framework for State Audit Department, Government of Telangana
 
B. Changes in the Training Programmes:
• Generalized Training Programmes were reduced and Institution-Specific Training Programmes such as University Audit, Audit of Relief Accounts and Audit of ZP Accounts were introduced
• Promotion Zone Training Programmes were introduced for the first time in the Department
• Issue/Topic based Training Programmes such as Works Audit, Budget and Audit were also introduced for the first time. Auditors and Officers felt happy with the Works Audit and it is a big success
 
C. Practical Approach towards Training
• The Training Programmes have more practical approach than theory with the introduction of New Faculty who are working in the field and experienced with day-to-day challenges before Auditors
• Trainer Development Programme has been initiated in the State Audit Department. Some of the Faculty already completed DTS (Direct Trainer Skills)
• The Auditors and Officers of the State Audit Departments in both States (AP & TS) have stated that there is “Positive Change” in the approach adopted by the ADTW when compared to earlier training programmes
 
D. Focus on Dr. MCR HRD Regional Centre, Eluru, WG, AP
• Steps were taken to clear the Arrear Bills of Dr MCR HRD Regional Centre, Eluru, West Godavari, AP and streamlining the   Administration of Regional Centre under the Guidance and Instructions of Director General and Additional Director General
• The Training Calendar for the Regional Centre, Eluru, WG, AP has been prepared and got approval from the Director General and   implemented
• Earlier the Regional Centre was used to conduct only Induction training Programme for Junior Auditors but from FY 2014-15, three   Day Training Programmes were introduced in the Regional Centre
• Consequent to the Reorganisation of Andhra Pradesh State as per APRA2014, the Regional Centre, Eluru, AP was merged in HRD,   AP, stationed at Bapatla, Guntur
 
E. Preparation of Training Modules on 2nd ARC Recomms
• The AdTW has participated in preparation of Training Modules for Trainings on 2nd ARC Recommendations along with ATW and   also conducted a Training Programme for Deputy Secretaries and Assistant Secretaries of AP and Telangana Secretariats
 
F. Performing Duties assigned by the Director General
• Conducted a Workshop on RTI Act 2005 along with K Ram Gopal, Faculty, CG&RA, Dr MCR HRD Institute, Hyderabad
• Part of the Disciplinary Authority for 89th FC for Central Civil Service Officers
• Additional Course Coordinator to the Foundation Course for Group – II Officers 2014
• Controller of Examination for ITP – 2 for IAS Officers
 
Cadre Strength of the ADTW

#

Description of Post

Sanctioned Posts

Total

AdTW

RC, Eluru

1

Joint Director

1

0

1

2

Senior Lecturer/Audit Officer

1

1

2

3

Assistant Audit Officer

2

2

4

4

Senior Auditor

1

1

2

5

Junior Auditor

0

1

1

6

Typist

0

1

1

7

Office Subordinates

3

2

5

Total

8

8

16

 
 
Centre for Information Technology (CIT)
 
The Centre for IT (CIT) was  established in the year 2008 with an objective to
  1. Conduct basic Computer Training Programmes to Government officials.
  2. Design and train officials on specific application packages including Telugu Software
  3. Planning, Establishment & Maintenance of
    • IT Infrastructure including softwares
    • Networking  equipment
    • Audio & Video equipment
    • Customized application software to Institute requirements
  4. Providing IT consultancy, Capacity Building training programmes to Govt., Depts.,
The CIT is responsible to conduct IT training programmes approved under GOI/State/Self- finance category. The Department Wise List of Officials trained under various IT Courses Since 2011. The CIT Designed & Developed the Course Material for Basic Computer Training Programmes and Presentations on ICT/e-gov.
Under “ICT Education to school students” Programme taken up in association with RVM Authorities with an objective to develop in-house capacity building in CAL schools. The Training impared to school teachers are under ToT level programme 105 Teachers(8 Batches), Basic level Programme 943 Teachers(35 Batches).
 
CIT Staff
S.No. Name Designation Contact details
1. Smt. Sridevi Ayaluri General Manager(IT) +91-2354-8487 - 189 (ext)
srideviayaluri@mcrhrdi.gov.in
2. Sri. K.Rohit Srivastav Manager(IT) +91-2354-8487 -151(ext)
rohitsrivastavk@mcrhrdi.gov.in
3. Sri. Md. Khadeer Faculty +91-2354-8487 -119(ext)
khadeer@mcrhrd.gov.in
4. Smt. S.Radhika Faculty +91-2354-8487 -220(ext)
radhikas@mcrhrdi.gov.in
5. Smt. A.H.Balashree Faculty +91-2354-8487 -220(ext)
balashreeah@mcrhrdi.gov.in
6. Smt. Sree Sravanthi Katari Programme Coordinator +91-2354-8487 - 119(ext) 
sravanthi@mcrhrdi.gov.in
7. Kum. M.Sudharani Programme Coordinator +91-2354-8487 -119(ext)
sudharani@mcrhrdi.gov.in
8. Smt. S.Aruna Data Entry Operator +91-2354-8487 -220(ext)
aruna@mcrhrdi.gov.in
9. Kum. G. Haritha Latha Lab Assistant +91-2354-8487 -220(ext)
haritha@mcrhrdi.gov.in
 
 
S.No. Name Designation Contact details
1. Sri. G.Venkat Reddy Network Administrator +91-2354-8487 -119(ext)
venkatreddy@mcrhrdi.gov.in
2. Sri. M.Prabhakar Web Designer +91-2354-8487 -220(ext)
prabhakarm@mcrhrdi.gov.in
3. Sri. Swaroop DPO (System Support) +91-2354-8487 -220(ext)
swaroop@mcrhrdi.gov.in
   
>> Orientation Training Programme on AMRUT for the State of Madya Pradesh
Centre for Urban Development Studies (CUDS)
The Centre for Urban Development Studies has been set up by Dr MCR HRD Institute in July 2001. The primary objective of the Centre is to meet the training requirements of the Municipal Administration & Urban Development and other related departments in the State. The CUDS is functioning with grants from the Department of Personnel & Training, Govt. of India besides funds received from the State through the Institute.
 
With the creation of the new State of Telangana in June 2014 and keeping in view the priority, Govt of Telangana is giving to Urban Development the Institute has decided to revamp and strengthen the activities of the Centre and the Centre for Urban Development Studies has been reopened on 29 November, 2014 with renewed objectives.
 
The CUDS will mainly address the capacity building needs of the Municipal Administration & Urban Development and other related departments in the States of TS & AP. The Centre will focus on urban issues through qualitative research related to urban planning, infrastructure services, shelter, poverty, urban governance and to strengthen the delivery capacity of urban administrators and elected representatives to ensure good local governance.
 
     
 
The Centre will have a specific mandate to work in the areas of Urban Administration and Public Service Delivery. It will help develop managerial, technical and analytical skills for improving Urban Administration with the objective of providing citizen centric governance. The Centre will also provide guidance and consultancy to state and local governments on planning, implementing and monitoring key projects and programs.
 
Vision
To be a value-driven premier centre and model of excellence for Capacity Building, Research, and Consultancy on Urban Governance and Management
 
Mission
To be the empowering agent to facilitate the development of urban functionaries by strengthening their capacities through continuous training, research and consultancy for sustainable urban development.
 
Core Values
 
  • Innovation and pursuit of excellence in ‘Capacity Building’, ‘Research’ and ‘Consultancy’
  • Integrity, transparency and openness in all our actions
  • High productivity through team work and collaboration
  • Professionalism  and commitment to work
  • Strive to continuously improve our processes and quality
 
Objectives of CUDS
 
  • Capacity building of key stake holders including elected representatives for efficient urban management
  • Organize workshops, conferences, seminars and symposia on key issues pertaining to Urban Development and Management
  • Undertake research, particularly action research in the field of housing and basic services, urban poverty alleviation, urban development and related areas
  • Analyze and suggest solutions to problems encountered in planning and implementation of the programme for urban development, people centered development and governance, ULB and related issues
  • Document and disseminate information through journals, reports and other publications in the furtherance of basic objectives of the centre
 
Areas of Specialization and interest
 
  • Urban Planning
  • Municipal Finance
  • Urban Infrastructure – Roads, Housing, Water Supply & Sanitation
  • Urban Poverty Alleviation
  • Municipal Solid Waste Management
  • Public Service Delivery
  • Urban Traffic and Transport Management
  • Urban Lakes Management
  • Urban Disaster Management
 
Key Activities
Capacity building
 
  • Strengthen and build capacity of the ULBs through focused scheduled training and exposure visits for ULB staff and elected representatives in order to improve the vision of ULBs that seek to achieve substantial improvement in performance levels for service provision to its citizens.
  • Assessment of training needs of personnel involved in urban administration by undertaking a gap analysis between current skills and required skills.
  • Developing competency based training programmes to improve Governance and civic administration
  • Promote the creation of interactive platforms for sharing municipal innovations, experiences among municipal managers.
  • Develop training material in local language.
  • Conduct impact and evaluation studies of the training programmes
 
Research
 
  • Undertake short and long term research studies in various aspects of urban governance and management.
  • Organize studies, surveys etc. to document lessons and disseminate good practices
  • Develop data base on urbanization, municipal administration, demographic profile of states/districts, slums, and related aspects, service delivery indicators, municipal finance, urban poverty, government interventions, implementation of urban reforms, housing etc
  • Prepare/guide  preparation of CDP, Slum Free City Plan, City Sanitation Plan, Integrated slum Development plan, DPRs etc
  • Evaluate the social, administrative, financial & other key aspects of implementation of urban development plans & programmes
 
Consultancy
 
  • Mobilize available expertise in urban affairs and to offer and coordinate technical and consultancy services in Land use planning, integrated district planning, City Development Plans, GIS Mapping, etc.
  • Provide guidance & consultancy to state and local governments on planning, implementing and monitoring key projects and programs
 
Human Resources
The Centre is under the control of the Director General and is manned by the following Professionals and staff:
 
Advisors :

Sl. No.

Name

Qualification

Contact Details

1.

Sri S. Vishwanath

B. Arch (CEPT), Ahmedabad & JNTU Hyderabad;
M. City Planning (IIT Kharagpur; PG in HUSAC (IIRS Dehradun); Former Member (Urban Planner ) & Director (Planning, HMDA).

Ph: +91-9908126051
Email: vish.sista@gmail.com
         visista@rediffmail.com

2.

Prof. Ravi Anand

B. Arch, Osmania University, Hyderabad; M. City Planning (IIT Kharagpur)

Ph:+91-9246164345
Email: ravianandhyd@gmail.com

 
Faculty :

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Qualification

Contact Details

1

Dr. V. Deepa Nair

Professor

LLB, MA(PPM),
MA(Public Admn),          Ph.D in Public Administration

Ph No. +91-9391049802
Off. Land line No. 040 23557583
Email: deepanair@mcrhrdi.gov.in
valathai@gmail.com

2

K. Sri Pratyusha

Junior Faculty

M. Tech, Planning

Ph No. +91-9030805626
Email: ksripratyusha@mcrhrdi.gov.in
sripratyushakodali@gmail.com

3

S. Rakesh

Project Associate

M. Tech, Planning

Ph No. +91-9030733499
Email:  sukkalarakesh@gmail.com

4

G. Gowtham Raj

Research Associate

B. Tech, Planning

Ph No. +91 8522843665
Email: gowtham.partner7610@gmail.com

 
Support Staff :

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Qualification

Contact Details

1

Smt. K. Swapna Rani

Junior Assistant

BA

Ph No. +91-9581345535
Email: swapna@mcrhrdi.gov.in

2

Sri. Mohd Abdul Wahabuddin

Office Subordinate

S.S.C

Ph No. +91-7396946196

 
Completed Programmes/ Assignments - Year wise
The following is the summary of completed programmes for 2 years and details of programmes conducted for each year are given at Annexure 1 and Annexure 2
 
Training Programmes : 2015-16

Sl. No.

Programme Name

No. of Programmes

No. of Participants Attended

1

DoPT

4

118

2

State Funded

1

26

3

Self Financed / Sponsored

42

1323

 

Total

47

1467

 
Training Programmes : 2014-2015

Sl. No.

Programme Name

No. of Programmes

No. of Participants Attended

1

DoPT

10

262

2

State Funded

1

31

3

Self Financed / Sponsored

9

475

 

Total

20

768

 
 
Center for Office Management & Secretarial Practices (COM&SP)
The Center for OM & SP believes that Office Administration in the Government needs committed, well informed and trained personnel in establishment and administrative wings of the offices. Hence, we cater to the basic training needs of the establishment and administrative sections of the Govt. Offices. The Center conducts the mandatory Foundation Courses to the entry level functionaries in the State Govt. In addition, Training of the Trainers programme as well as training Programmes on various topics like – Office Management, Service Matters, Noting & Drafting and Disciplinary & Vigilance Procedures.
 
Mission statement:
  The Mission Statement of the Center is :  
 
 
  1. To empower  and  to strengthen Government personnel 
  2. To create lasting solutions to issues in matters of Office Administration
  3. To create a platform that educates, informs and improves
  4. To provide advance knowledge to enhance quality of performance
  5. To prepare the personnel to make ethical and moral choices by instilling the insight of the values
  6. To provide a forum to discuss, digest and review the Rules & Procedures
  7. To constantly improve what is essential to progress by mastering the needed skills.
  8. To provide training through dedication and excellence.
   
 
Vision Statement :
• We envision the training environment to promote and nurture learning the needed skills for effective office procedure with commitment, honesty, self-responsibility, delight in cooperation and knowledge of most of the Rules.
 
Key Objectives :
• To work with government departments and other stakeholders to understand the capacity building and training needs and to develop appropriate office procedures
• To improve the knowledge and skills of senior and middle level officers and the front line functionaries of various departments in Govt. rules, regulations and procedures through continuous training
• To customise the training as per the needs of the targeted departments
 
Focus Areas :
We offer Foundation Courses, Refresher Courses and Training of the Trainer Courses. We also address to the training needs of the Secretariat personnel. We focus on the following areas of training for strengthening the personnel in various Departments
 

• Office procedures

• Noting and Drafting skills

• Fundamental Rules

• Service Rules

• Disciplinary and Vigilance procedures

• Pre-retirement counselling

 
Faculty and Staff :

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Contact details

1

Sri K. Jagan Mohan Goud

Centre Head

Mobile: +91 9248032081

Phone: 040 23548487(Extn:175)
Email: jaganmohangoudk@mcrhrdi.gov.in

2

Sri K. Anil Kumar

Junior Faculty Member

Mobile: +919248005303
Phone: 040 23548487(Extn:182)
Email: anilkumar@mcrhrdi.gov.in

3

Sri S. Venkateswara Rao

Junior Faculty Member

Mobile: +919248032073
Phone: 040 23548487(Extn:377)
Email: venkateswararao@mcrhrdi.gov.in

4

Sri K. Suresh Kumar

Junior Faculty Member

Mobile: +91 8977000326

Phone: 040 23548487(Extn:484)
Email: sureshkumark@mcrhrdi.gov.in

5

Dr G. Lakshmi

Faculty Member

Mobile: +91 8309118755
Phone: 040 23548487(Extn:)
Email: lakshmig@mcrhrdi.gov.in

6

Sri P.V. Sandeep

Junior Assistant

Mobile: +919032562234
Phone: 040 23548487(Extn:472)
Email: sandeep@mcrhrdi.gov.in

7

Sri V. Praveen Kumar

Office Subordinate

Mobile: +91 8520001051

 
The Center aims at bringing in the best to everyone we train. Our motto is to strengthen the personnel with performance and to create a better every day office functioning. We will continue to build an administrative culture that respects and values the strengths and put in efforts for value additions of Government personnel in general and secretarial staff in particular.
 
Centre for General and Revenue Administration (CG&RA)
The Centre was established in 2004                                                                                 Training Calendar : 2015-16
Objectives :
     
 
 
Develop expertise in regulatory matters which include Revenue, Law and Order and General Administration sectors which will enable the Center to give policy support to Government.
 
Develop capacities of personnel working in various regulatory departments of the Government through continuous training needs assessment and through conducting various training programmes for officials at all levels.
  Document best practices in the regulatory departments for future guidance.
 
     
During the last three years, the Center has conducted 63 training programmes and trained 1200 Government officials. The Center presently manned by Sri. Shaik Mohammed Nabi, Email Id: nabi@mcrhrdi.gov.in
 
 
Centre for Climate and Disaster Management (CCDM)

Background
Disasters and Climate Change are challenges of immense proportions. Understanding and awareness will help in ensuring the preparedness for their impact, adaptation and taking up mitigation measures. The Centre is set up to provide research, documentation, training and policy assistance to the State Government and support to the public sector and non-governmental organisations in mitigating the risks of Disasters and Climate Change. The state is prone to natural disasters. Disaster preparedness and consequent management is a complex process. There is also an urgent need to develop and impart expertise and knowledge on issues relating to environment and climate change widening the scope of this Centre. Though initial focus was on disaster management later aspects relating to climate change were also added to the centre. Hence the Centre for Climate and Disaster Management (CCDM) was constituted. The CCDM will be providing capacity building and policy input support to achieve the above goal.

Vision
To be nationally and globally recognised and respected for our seminal contribution to develop and impart expertise and knowledge through  training, research and documentation of best practices in Adaptation to Climate Change and Disaster Management.


Mission
To develop and impart expertise and knowledge on issues relating to environment, climatic change and disasters.


Strategy
The Centre has conducted several training programmes related to climate education, drought, cyclones, floods and earthquakes. It has organized and facilitated an Indo-US International Workshop on Urban Floods and a Workshop for Preparation of Guidelines for Management of Drought sponsored by the National Disaster Management Authority. Working in close collaboration with the United States Agency for International Development and IRG, an international NGO, the Center has coordinated and conducted several programmes on Incident Command System, a crisis response mechanism in two pilot districts of the state.


Objectives :

  • Training and capacity building activities related to disaster preparedness and climate change adaptation.
  • Organizing seminars and workshops for sharing and upgrading skills of Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change (DRR and CC).
  • Sharing best practices on disaster preparation, warning, mitigation, post-disaster relief and reconstruction activities.
  • Providing planning and consultancy services to the State and Central Governments in addressing specific issues related to disaster management and adaptation and mitigation  to climate change.
  • Sharing the experience with other states in India, besides forging the links between sustainable development and disaster reduction.
  • Facilitating emergence of a center of excellence on Climate and Disaster Preparedness in the state
  • Reforming agenda into tangible policy and climate change adaptation actions by the state and other states.
  • Providing technical support and advisory services to state, municipal, local governments and collaborate with national and international organizations in the areas of climate change and environment.
  • Creating a knowledge hub and document best practices and models in climate change and environmental management.
  • Acting as a think-tank and help translate government goals, objectives and policy priorities in climate change and environmental management to departmental actions.

Activities:

  • Training and Capacity Building
  • Policy Advocacy
  • Strategy Development
  • Action Research and Policy Input
  • Documentation and Knowledge Management

Areas of Focus

  • Disaster Preparedness, Disaster Risk Reduction, Climate Change and Disaster Management
  • Incidence Response System and Incident Response Team Building
  • School Safety, Village Disaster Management Planning, Pilgrim and Crowd Management
  • Community Based Disaster Management
  • Drought,  Flood Risk and Earthquake Risk Management
  • Energy Strategy to handle and Mitigate Climate Change - Solar and Non-conventional options.
  • Social Impact Assessment and Analysis
  • Environmental Policy Analysis
  • Waste Management Solid Waste, Hospital Waste and  e-Waste Management
  • Green Buildings and Green Business Initiatives
  • Management of Common Property Resources
  • Energy Management and Conservation
  • Carbon Sequestration, Credits and Related Issues(assessment certification / review, market creation and negotiations) LED lighting and other Lighting products and services to lower Energy/Carbon Footprint as a planned intervention
Staff

S. No

Name of the Staff Member

Designation

Academic Qualifications

Professional Experience

Area of Specialisation

1

Smt. P.Subhodini

Faculty

M Sc Agril Economics

10 years as faculty in Agril Staff Training Institute and 14 years in Agriculture Extension & Administration Activities in District and HOD level

WTO & Agricullture

Soil Conservation

Dry Land Agriculture

Extension Management

2

Smt. K.Soumya Rani

Junior Faculty

M Sc Geology

8 years in Training

IRS-Disaster Management

3

Smt. Meena J

Junior Faculty

M Sc Genetics, B Ed

5 yrs in Extension Activity and 6 yrs in Training

CBDRM and IRS-Disaster Management

4

Sri. G.S. Sai Keerthi Kumar

Junior Assistant

B.Tech (IT)

 

C,C++, DB2(UDB-IBM)

 

5

Sri. Lingam Goud

Office Subordinate

X Class

 

 

 

Mrs. K. Soumya Rani, Junior Faculty Disaster Management is a Post Graduate in Geology. She is a professionally trained faculty member in Incident Response System which is a response mechanism for incidents in Disaster Management and events. She is also keenly interested in Right to Information Act

Smt. Meena Jagirdar, Junior Faculty and has undergone training in various areas of Disaster Management and conducted related training programmes. She is recognized by the NIDM as one of the trainers for Incident Response System for Disaster Management Incidents and events. She has interacted with rural communities at the grass-roots level.

Dr. W G Prasanna Kumar, Professor has been Director National Green Corps in Environment Forests Science and Technology Department in the state government for 11 years. He is PhD in Environmental Education and Policy, has authored the Environment Education Textbook for the Board of Intermediate and Environment Education Activity books for curriculum of School Education Department. Has 18 years of experience in training, curriculum development, research, social impact assessment, crowd management, volunteering and stakeholder education & consultation on environmental matters. Worked on World Bank Projects and AusAid Projects. 

 
Centre for Management and Behavioural Studies(CMBS)
Centre for Management and Behavioural Studies was created initially as Centre for Change and Delivery Management (CCDM) in 2006 to implement the Delivery of Improved Services in Administration (DISA) Project. During the year 2006-2009 the Centre provided professional and managerial support to many departments in addressing their capacity building and change management issues. The Centre worked towards dissemination of Good Governance and Best practices across Government departments.
Vision
To be a centre of excellence in the area of management and behavioural studies.
 
Mission
To provide support to all the departments in addressing their capacity building needs through continuous training, research and consultancy.
 
Key Objectives  
  To work with government departments and other stakeholders to understand the capacity building, training and  change management needs and develop appropriate organization  development interventions in these areas
     
  To support change management programs in government to effectively carry forward governance reforms
     
  To network with other national and state level institutions for sharing ideas and best practices for improving service  delivery to the poor
     
  To invite highly accomplished professionals and experts in different fields relating to management and behavioural studies during management development programs and foundation courses
     
 
To improve the knowledge and skills of senior and middle level officers and the front line functionaries of various departments in communications, leadership, change management, conflict management, time management, stress management, decision making, etc. through continuous training
 
Focus Areas
The following focus areas cover personal growth (exclusively for women and general separately), group dynamics and organizational development
  • Personality Development
  • Positive Psychology (general)
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Interpersonal Effectiveness
  • Personal Effectiveness
  • Effective Communications and presentation Skills
  • Work-life Balance (general)
  • Work-life Balance for women
  • Positive Psychology for women
  • Management Development
  • Conflict Management
  • Change Management
  • Leadership and Change Management
  • Leadership and Team Building
  • Enhancing Leadership Capacities Among Women officers   
  • Knowledge Management and Innovation for Excellence: Programme for Leaders in Government
  • Organizational Behaviour
 
The Centre has successfully completed two projects in the last three (3) years namely Capacity Building for Poverty Reduction, a GoI, DoPT, DFID sponsored project and “Training for All” a GoI sponsored project.
 
The Centre has also taken part in coordinating ten (10) Foundation Courses for the officer trainees of All India Cervices, Central Civil Services, Indian Economic Services (IES) and Indian Statistical Services (ISS).
 
The Centre is currently implementing GOI funded Project of “Intensive Training Programme (ITP)” under “Training for All (TfA)” in Nalgonda District. This project involves training of all frontline functionaries; eight departments - Revenue, Panchayat Raj, Social Welfare, B.C.Welfare, Tribal Welfare, Women Development & Child Welfare, Medical & Health and Police departments, so far four (4) departments namely Social Welfare, B.C.Welfare, Tribal Welfare, Women Development & Child Welfare departments were completed training programs covering 6654 participants. The Centre is currently running training programs for the departments of Medical & Health, Police, Panchayat Raj and Revenue departments in Nalgonda District, in addition to undertaking various GoI sponsored and State training programs.
 
Faculty and staff of the Centre

Sl. No.

Name

Designation

Contact Details

1

Dr.O.Vijayasree

Professor & Director, CMBS

Mobile: 9248032101
Ph: 040 23548984 – (415 – Ext)
Email: vijaysree@mcrhrdi.gov.in

2

Sri.V.Jagadishwer

Senior Faculty Member

Mobile: 9949696465
Email: vjagadishwer@mcrhrdi.gov.in

3

Kum. V.Divya

Data Entry Operator

Mobile: 9948269337
Email: divya@mcrhrdi.gov.in

4

Sri. R.Sampath Kumar

Office Subordinate

Mobile: 9666572785

 
The Centre is headed by Dr.O.Vijayasree, Professor, a doctorate in psychology with over 30 years of experience in Management and Behavioural Studies areas in various reputed institutions like IIM, Ahmedabad and Institute for Higher Education, Kano Nigeria.
 
The Centre head is supported by Sri.V.Jagadishwer, Senior Faculty member, M.Com with Specializations in Consumer Protection Act, Quality Issues in Higher Education, Intellectual Property Rights and Career Planning for students and Sri.NVC Rajesh, Faculty member, MBA from IIM Calcutta, Integrated MSC from IIT Kharagpur in Geophysics with specializations in organizational Behaviour and Behavioural Sciences.
 
The following 23 Programmes (Training Days - 382) were conducted CMBS during 2014-15 & 2015-16.
 

S.No

Programme Name

1

Special Foundation Course for All India Services (AIS), Central Civil Services (CCS), Indian Economic Services (IES) & Indian Statistical Services (ISS) Officers (for 15 weeks)

2

Crash Foundation Course for All India Services (AIS) / Central Civil Services Officers (for 2 weeks)

3

Foundation Course for Assistant Section Officers of Central Secretariat Service 
(for 9 weeks)

4

89th Foundation Course for Central Civil Services (CCS), Indian Economic Services (IES) and Indian Statistical Services (ISS) Officers (for 15 weeks)

5

Foundation Course for Group-II Officers of 2012 Batch (for 7 weeks)

6

Communication and Presentation Skills (3 programmes 3 days each)

7

Stress Management (2 programmes 3 days each)

8

Behavioural Science & Positive Psychology (2 programmes 3 days each)

9

Personality Development (for 5 days)

10

Change Management (for 3 days)

11

Leadership & Team Building (for 3 days)

12

Time Management (for 3 days)

13

Organizational Behaviour (for 3 days)

14

Leadership, Team Building and Interpersonal Skills (for 3 days)

15

Personal & Managerial Effectiveness (for 3 days)

16

Achieving Individual Excellence (for 3 days)

17

Human Behaviour at the work place (for 3 days)

18

Intensive Training Programme (ITP) Project in Nalgonda District – Workshop on Training Needs Analysis (TNA) for Police Department (for 1 day)

19

Intensive Training Programme (ITP) Project in Nalgonda District – Material Development Programme (for 1 day)

 
 
TMU
>> Orientation Training Programme for IAS(P) - 2015 Batch
 

Module on Media and Civil Servants:

Learning Outcome:  

  1. To sensitize civil servants  about issues related to media relations and  understand their growing importance
  2. To appreciate the emerging trends in social media  
  3. To acquire the ability to use the available tools to harness the potential of traditional and new/social media
 

Sessions:

  1. Civil Servants and the Media: Finding the Common Ground
  2. (The Growing importance of Print, Electronic, and Internet Media in the Contemporary Society- Positive Contribution of Media to Society in General and Governance in Particular-Need for Interaction between Civil Servants and Media-The Communication Gap between Civil Servants and Media-Success Stories of Healthy Relations between Civil Servants and Media and their Beneficial Outcomes)
  3. Media Tools and Techniques (Government Policy in Dealing with the Media-News Releases- Media Briefings- Media Centres/Press Rooms-Media Alerts- Media Kit- Interviews for Print and Electronic Media- Media Monitoring Service Providers-Media Contact List-Dealing with Crisis Situation and Adverse Publicity-Communication Strategy Framework)
  4. Harnessing the Potential of Social Media

(Facebook-Twitter-Instagram-Snap Chat-Blogs of Journalists)


Training Methodology:

  1. Lectures
  2. An Exercise on Drafting a Media Release
  3. A Role Play for a TV Interview Followed by Group Feedback

The Resource Persons:
Session 1

  1. Commissioner, Information & Public Relations, Hyderabad
  2. Professor K. Nageshwar, Department of Journalism, Osmania University
  3. Sri M. Somashekar, Deputy Editor & Bureau Chief, Business line
  4. Sri M. Srinath Reddy, Associate Professor (Retd.)

Session 2

  1. Professor K. Stevenson, Head, Department of Journalism, Osmania University

Session 3

  1.  K. Srinivas Reddy, Editor, Telangana Today
Note: We may contact Professor K. Stevenson, Head, Department of Journalism, Osmania University to find out the contact numbers of the Resource Persons