Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Dr Mohan Yadav said here on Sunday that regular training and orientation of ministers is necessary to ensure good governance as the decisions of the ministers and the cabinet directly affect the people of the state.
The chief minister was addressing the two-day ‘Madhya Pradesh Leadership Summit’ organised for the training and orientation of the cabinet ministers at the Atal Behari Vajpayee Institute of Good Governance and Policy Analysis in Bhopal.
Yadav said that the training from the summit would provide an opportunity to learn the nuances of governance, which would strengthen administration, and its direct benefits would be available to the people of the state through the decisions of the cabinet.
Chief Minister Dr Yadav further said the training would provide an opportunity for the members of the cabinet to learn harmony and coordination with the ministries of the government of India and the departments of the state government. Speeches of senior public representatives and experts of NITI Aayog would boost their confidence.
He said the programme would not only assist in making the ministers experts in governance but also would help in making their personal lives disciplined and successful.
The two-day orientation programme for public representatives was held by the Atal Behari Vajpayee Institute of Good Governance and Policy Analysis, Madhya Pradesh, in collaboration with ‘Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodhani Institute’. On the first day of the summit, various sessions of speeches by Chief Minister Dr Yadav, senior public representatives and experts from NITI Aayog were organized for the orientation of the public representatives.
Dr Jayant Kulkarni, Executive Director of Rambhau Mhalgi Prabodhani Sansthan, threw light on the outline and requirements of the training. Members of parliament Vishnu Dutt Sharma, Shivprakash and V Satish expressed their views on leadership and efficiency in governance.
In the session on ‘Aspirations and Resolves-Important Initiatives of Government of India’, Anand Shekhar of NITI Aayog, Government of India of Aspirational Block Programme, said the NITI Aayog is working in collaboration with Madhya Pradesh in 4 distinct areas. Progress is being made in collaboration with Madhya Pradesh towards achieving the goals of sustainable development.
Dr Vikrant Tomar addressed the gathering on ‘Stress Management’.