Origin: Mizoram State Training Policy,2013 is the outcome of the National Training Policy,1996

Vision: To meet the rising expectation of the people, this can be achieved by enhancing Efficiency; Effectiveness; Sensitivity & Responsive behavior towards the public.

Mission: To impart need-base training to develop Right attitude; Necessary skills; Duty conscious; Competence & Self motivation.

Training objectives:

  • To develop professional knowledge and skills for impartial and efficient Civil Service, proper ethics and commitment to work that is responsive to the needs of the citizens.
  • The competency framework as a tool to ensure that Civil Servants have the requisite knowledge, skills and attitude to effectively perform the functions they are entrusted with.
  • To increase Job satisfaction and facilitate career progression.
  • To motivate and enable all public servants to contribute positively to the transformation of the society, economy and polity.
  • The success of training lies in actual improvement in the performance of Civil servants.

Training coverage:

  • The lowest operating level (cutting-edge, Group ‘D’ and Group ‘C’):
  • The junior management level (Group ‘B’ Non- Gazette and Gazette):
  • The supervisory level (Group ‘A’ entry ):
  • The middle management level ( Under Secretary / Deputy Director / Deputy Secretary/ Joint Director):
  • The top management level (Joint Secretary/ Director  and above):

Training Target : All categories of Civil Servants

Role of Departments :

  • Appoint a Training Manager not below the rank of Superintendent
  • Prepare an Annual Training Plan;
  • Classify all posts with a clear Job description and competencies required;
  • Incorporate an appropriate provision in any new scheme to ensure that suitable training is imparted for its proper implementation and sustainability;
  • Where feasible, use the services of the Administrative Training Institute in developing the Annual Training Plans,;
  • Allocate at least 0.5 per cent of its salary budget to enable each Department to meet training requirements;
  • Incorporate a separate section in the Department’s Annual Report on training and capacity building activities undertaken during the year.
  • Make the immediate supervisor responsible and accountable for the training of the Staff working under him.

Role of ATI:

  • Conduct appropriate training courses;
  • To become model of excellence;
  • Provide technical assistance and advice;
  • Introduce distance and e- learning courses ;
  • Network with other institutions;
  • Ensure that all trainers undergo ‘ToT ‘programmes;
  • Maintain database of trained manpower for future reference;
  • Constantly hone and upgrade the skills of faculty members;
  • Constantly review and develop curricula, course material, content and training methodologies;
  • Conduct evaluation studies to assess the impact of training;
  • Give special focus on behavioral/attitudinal training.
  • Provide advisory and / or consultancy service.

Role of DP&AR (Trg Wing) :

  • Monitor the implementation of the Mizoram State Training Policy, 2013;
  • Maintain a database of training and development activities;
  • Ensure appointment of  Training Managers in all the Departments, build their capacity and work in close coordination with them.
  • Develop a Training Management Information System (TMIS);
  • Undertake benchmarking/evaluation study of ATI;
  • Undertake Training Needs Analysis for the State in consultation with Departments and coordinate with the ATI
  • Review the implementation of the Annual Training Plan, functioning of ATI & to look at the:
    • Utilization of training capacity.
    • Quality of training conducted.
    • Adequacy of the physical and training infrastructure, faculty, finances and delegation of powers for carrying out the Institute mandate.
    • Proper Selection and development of faculty, incentives for them and stability of their tenure.
    • Mizoram State Training Policy, 2013 has been issued by DP&AR vide No. A. 33042/1/2007-P&AR(TRG) dated 23rd September, 2013.