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Every year the Institute of Management in Government conducts about 1200 training programmes in various categories for the State, Central and Quasi Government Employees. There is a problem in managing the huge number of courses which are simultaneously run in various centers and districts through out the state, also tracking and monitoring the progress in conduct of scheduled programs is difficult. IMG had to do the management of the scheduled training calendar, modules, resources, course materials and participants for such a great no. of training programmes every year. After implementing the web based Training Calendar Management, they over come the following problems: civil servants are able to get knowledge about the objectives and course content and hence they are able to locate and identify suitable training programme of their choice. Online application facility in the web page gives facility to apply for the selected training programmes and delays in communication for getting nomination, selection and confirmation of participants could be minimized. Trainers are able to monitor and take corrective measures in time with the help of the departmental training managers to conduct scheduled training programmes. Some of the major benefits gained are great transparency of activities of IMG, simplified procedure for applying to relevant training programmes, full information of the training course objective, content, etc.

Project Specs
  • Deployment Location: Kerala
  • Team Size: 3
  • Tech Used: Open source Web based technology, MySQL database and PHP programming
  • Expected life: Ongoing

Project Head

R Muraleedharan Pillai,
Sr. Programmer

Implementation Partner

Centre for Development of Imaging Technology

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