April 18, 2024

Mission Karmyogi

  • A Minister in the cabinet recently stated that ‘Mission Karmayogi’ institutionalised the process of capacity building, particularly for the benefit of civil servants, with the aim to shape the Century India of 2047.

About Mission Karmyogi or National Programme for Civil Services Capacity Building (NPCSCB)

  • Mission Karmayogi aims to prepare Civil Servants for the future by making them more creative, constructive & innovative through transparency and technology.
  • There will be more focus on ‘on-site learning’ in complementing “off-site learning”.
  • Karmayogi seeks to shift the focus from rule-specific to role-specific.
  • The Mission will help training the officers to meet the challenges of the society.
  • It aims “comprehensive reform of the capacity building apparatus at individual, institutional and process levels for efficient public service delivery”.
  • It will improve the Human Resource management practices in the Government and will use scale & state of the art infrastructure to augment the capacity of Civil Servants.
  • Mission Karmayogi has the following six pillars:
    • Policy Framework,
    • Institutional Framework,
    • Competency Framework,
    • Digital Learning Framework (Integrated Government Online Training Karmayogi Platform (iGOT-Karmayogi),
    • electronic Human Resource Management System (e-HRMS), and
    • Monitoring and Evaluation Framework.
  • Executing Bodies: It will be steered by four new bodies-
    • Prime Minister’s Public Human Resources Council,
    • Capacity Building Commission,
    • Special Purpose Vehicle (SPV) that will own and operate the digital assets and technological platform for online training, and
    • Coordination Unit, which will be headed by the Cabinet Secretary.


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