World Bank Approves $47 Million Loan For Indian Govt's ‘Mission Karmayogi' Program For Civil Services
The World Bank has approved a USD 47 million project for the Government of India's National Program for Civil Services Capacity Building (NPCSCB) - 'Mission Karmayogi'.
The World Bank's funding is intended to support the government's objectives of enhancing the functional and practical competencies of approximately 4 million civil servants.
The project will help support Mission Karmayogi by developing a competency framework for central ministries, departments and agencies.
The program will focus on three components- development and implementation of competency framework, development of integrated learning platform and program monitoring, evaluation and management.
The project is also aligned with the World Bank's twin goals of ending extreme poverty and building shared prosperity.
About Mission Karmayogi Scheme-
Mission Karmayogi Yojana was launched on 2nd September 2020.
This scheme is operated under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
The main objective of the Mission Karmayogi scheme is to develop the capabilities of government employees.
Under the Mission Karmayogi scheme, a budget of Rs 510.86 crore has been set by the government for a period of 5 years for about 46 lakh central employees.
For the successful operation of the scheme iGOT Karmayogi platform has also been formed through which online contact is made available.
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