PIB Analysis 10-01-23 Part 1

PIB Analysis 10-01-23 – Part 2

Capacity Building Programme for The Civil Servants

  • Two weeks capacity building programme for the civil servants of Bangladesh, Maldives and Arunachal Pradesh commenced today at Mussoorie campus of the National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG).
  • This included 39 officers from Bangladesh (56th batch); 26 participants from Maldives (20th batch) and 22 participants from Arunachal Pradesh in the 1st capacity building programme for the state.
  • NCGG has already been conducting such programmes for the civil servants of Jammu & Kashmir, with great success.
  • Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions is directed to hold special programmes for the civil servants of Arunachal Pradesh.
  • In this 2-weeks programmes for the civil servants of Bangladesh, Maldives and Arunachal Pradesh, civil servants will be able to interact with experts on diverse topics.

These topics will include

  • changing paradigm of governance,
  • vision of India @ 2047 and role of civil servants,
  • decentralised municipal solid waste management,
  • role of government recruitment agency to strengthen governance,
  • health care services in remote areas,
  • ethical perspectives in governance,
  • disaster management,
  • overview of rural development in India,
  • approach to SDGs by 2030,
  • health governance in India,
  • climate change and its impact on biodiversity – policies and global practices,
  • anti-corruption practices,
  • LiFE, circular economy, etc.

National Science Day 2023

  • The theme for the “National Science Day 2023”, titled “Global Science for Global Wellbeing” has been released at National Media Centre, Delhi.
  • The theme indicates India’s emerging global role and rising visibility in the international arena.
  •  “Global Science for Global Wellbeing” is perfectly in sync with India assuming the Presidency of G-20, since India will become the voice of the global south.
  • The National Science Day (NSD) is celebrated every year on 28 February to commemorate the discovery of the ‘Raman Effect’.
  • Government of India designated 28 February as National Science Day (NSD) in 1986.
  • On this day Sir C.V. Raman announced the discovery of the ‘Raman Effect’ for which he was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930.