The High Power Committee (HPC) has recommended that training infrastructure in GSI needs a radical overhaul to meet the future requirements - and has proposed that the training must be taken up in Mission mode. GSITI at Hyderabad would house the Training Mission and would be responsible for over all Training Policy and coordination and programme goals. The GSITI may also be developed into a Centre of Excellence .....
The HPC recommended that GSI should immediately be made an ‘Attached Office’ rather than be classified as a Subordinate Office - Notification in this regard to be published in the Gazette of India, Extraordinary, Part I - Section I
Free Training for officers of the State Governments and Central Governments in all training courses organized by GSI in its Training Institute / Regional Institution / FTCs . Only lodging and boarding costs would need to be paid by the trainees and TA / DA would be borne by State Governments as heretofore.
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