Newly appointed Drug Inspectors learn tricks of the trade

Lucknow: In line with the instructions of Deputy Chief Minister  Keshav Prasad Maurya, the State Rural Development Institute is continuously conducting training programs on various subjects with the aim of giving complete execution to various developmental and other government schemes. In this series, a 15-day residential capacity enhancement basic training program for newly appointed drug inspectors in the Uttar Pradesh State Food Safety and Drug Administration Department has been organized by Deendayal Upadhyaya State Rural Development Institute from 24 June 2024 to 08 July 2024.

In this training program, a total of 12 trainee participants (newly appointed drug inspectors) from various districts of the state such as Prayagraj, Rampur, Amethi, Kanpur Nagar, Shahjahanpur, Lalitpur, Amroha, Aligarh Sonbhadra, Mathura, Sambhal and Kannauj participated.

Under this basic training program, training was provided on various contemporary and relevant topics by experienced and subject wise negotiators of state/national level.

On the occasion of the closing of the training session, the chief guest Rekha S. Chauhan, Additional Commissioner, State Security and Drug Administration Department,/ Special Secretary, Government of Uttar Pradesh, while addressing the trainee participating officers, told that under the completed basic training program, from the perspective of capacity enhancement, the relevant subject knowledge, which has been provided by experienced and enlightened negotiators, you all have to go to your respective areas of work and implement it in a proper and disciplined manner.

Various types of problems come in the field work, where we do not need to get distracted, but have to execute the given tasks judiciously. This will be our commitment.

On this occasion, the Additional Director of the Institute, B.D. Chaudhary, in his presidential address to the participating officers, told that training is an important and useful method by which we perform any work in a systematic manner and when we enter any type of service or a new technical method emerges during our service period, then it becomes relevant to get training in those situations. Giving his important suggestions,  Chaudhary told the drug inspectors that the more sincerity and responsibility with which they work in their field of work, the more spiritual satisfaction they will get.

That is why, apart from the subjects specified by your department, the Institute has also provided talks on other subjects, such as stress management, personality development, motivation and leadership skills, etc. This 15-day basic training program was organized under the guidance of the institute’s deputy director, Dr. Neerja Gupta and in view of the organization and management of the training, the institute’s assistant director and training in-charge, Dr. Seema Rathore, Pratimesh Tiwari, research associate, Anuj Kumar Dubey, computer programmer, Mohd. Shahenshah, publicity assistant and Vinay Singh, attendant have made a very important and commendable contribution. The training was conducted by the institute’s advisor Hemendra Sharma.


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