Raipur : Chchattisgarh Government's initiative to provide job opportunities to young professionals
Live interaction during Chief Minister Fellowship Programme on Youtube
Senior officials interacted with youngsters
Raipur, 5 August 2017
State Government has started Chief Minister Good Governance Fellowship Programme to associate young professionals for coordination and support in administrative works. A live programme was organized today on youtube for the professionals interested in this fellowship, wherein administrative officials of Chhattisgarh gave information about objectives and works of this fellowship. In this this youtube live programme, CEO CHiPS Mr. Alex Paul Menon, Collector Jashpur Ms. Priyanka Shukla, Collector Bijapur Dr Ayyaz Bhai Tamboli, Collector Kabeerdham Mr. Neeraj Bansod, and Mr. Divya Gupta of Prime Minister Rural Development Fellows Programme participated.
CEO CHiPS Mr. Alex Paul Menon informed that under "Chief Minister Good Governance Fellowship Programme" conducted by CHiPS, total 42 fellows will be selected for entire state. This includes two fellows for Chief Minister Secretariat, one for Chief Secretary Office, 12 for various departments and 27 for all the collector offices of the state. Mr. Menon informed that all 42 fellows will work as a friend, a coordinator and assistant of administrative officials. In the programme, Kabeerdham Collector Mr. Neeraj Bansod expressed hope that the fellows will play an important role in accelerating the administrative works. Jashpur Collector Dr Priyanka Shukla said that involvement of fellows will lead to better coordination between the departments. Bijapur Collector Mr. Ayyaz Bhai Tamboli said that administration will set its priorities and reach out to rural areas with the help of fellows. Ms. Divya Gupta of Rural Development Fellows Programme also participated in the programme and shared her views.
It is noteworthy that on August 9, 2017, Faculty of Management Studies and IIT, New Delhi will organize bootcamp for Chief Minister Good Governance Fellowship Programme".