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Service Rules Division

The sole aim of Parsam Institute of Statutory Rules is training Central Government employees in correct understanding and interpretation of various Service Rules. There are a good number of training Institutes to train Officials / Officers in management practices such as leadership, motivation, time management, Stress management etc., but very few Institutions are there to train Officials / Officers in application of Service Rules. Therefore we undertake training in
• Recruitment Procedures
• Post based Rosters
• Promotions
• Seniority
• Pay Fixation
• Leave Rules
• Leave travel concession Rules
• TA Rules
• Pension Rules including new pension scheme
• Conduct Rules
• CCS (CCA) Rules
• Departmental enquiries etc
• Office Procedure
• Prevention of Sexual Harassment of women at workplace
• Contract Labourers and Consultants [Method of appointment and conditions of service]
Though there are lots of Central Government organizations, only very few of them have organized formal training centres to cater to the needs of their employees. Many Central Government organizations have not setup their own training centres for various reasons. Hence there are gaps in the knowledge and skill in interpretation of various service rules, which is leading to litigation in judicial domain.
The management of any organization will look at the money invested, the material used, the machinery procured and the man power employed. While money, material and machinery are manageable with overall knowledge of the managers in charge, it is the ‘men’ who need to be managed with little extra effort than the other three. It is because ‘men’ can think, which other three cannot.
Though there are guide lines for induction training of officials / Officers before appointment, Institutions seldom do that. These training activities are almost covered in ‘on the job training’ which normally does not enable the officials to learn. Many officials of such organizations are required to be trained. Therefore this institution has taken up the task of training the officials also and enlightening them in Service Rules.
Any training activity should meet the expectation of the employer as the employer looks for better performance of his employees at the work place. Such performance should not only include knowledge but also skill, coupled with positive attitude. In fact, these three are the objectives of any training programme. When we focus on training in Statutory Rules it would be expedient not only to explain the rule but also the background of the rule and the spirit of the rule, so that the positive interpretation of the rule is possible by the employees and organizations. In most of the organizations rules are read between the lines with much criticality and without understanding the spirit of the rule. In effect either there would be interpretation of rule in favour of employees or pro-administration, but this is not the purpose of the rule. Rules aim at balanced decisions which never go in favour of any one party. Rules never want unintended benefit / undue hardship to the employee nor unjustified savings to the management. Precisely it is to be understood that what is due should be given to the employee without hesitation and what is not due, should not be given under any circumstances. These aspects are well covered in our training programmes so that employees acquire knowledge, develop skills and mould their attitude.
It is for this purpose we have specially drawn faculty who have expertise in the field of training in Statutory Rules with thorough knowledge and skills of implementation of rules.

Financial Rules

Finance plays a very vital role in an organisation, as nothing would move without finance. It should also be understood that finances for the organisation are available only at a cost. All rules and procedures devised in the area of finance are to cut the avoidable cost and ensure availability with a reasonable price when needed. It also calls upon the financial discipline to be observed while spending the money. One should be aware of the financial rules and regulations, tax procedures and also the costing methodologies to ensure financial discipline. To highlight these procedures Parsam Institute is conducting the workshops on the following topics
 Imports and Exports
 Income Tax on Salaries, Perquisites, House Property Income & Capital Gains
 Financial Statements for the Government Departments / Autonomous Bodies & Closure of March Accounts.
 Basics of Book Keeping and Preparation of Accounts in Government Departments / Undertakings
 Contract Management
 Accounting Standards and Interpretation of Accounts
 Internal Auditing
 Service Tax
 Foreign Procurements – Procedures & Formalities

Human Resource Development

Human beings have a lot of abilities, but they are not aware of the same. They need to be told by someone else and reminded of the same. Many a times the way it is told and the examples that are quoted motivates a person to do the work. We live in a time of extraordinary uncertainty. Every person has a strong desire to do something good for the society. These programmes aim to unleash the inner leader who is full of courage, excellence and honour. No matter where each person works, he has the full potential to influence in the work place and to take the organisation forward. We generally take people for granted, whom we love, until we lose them. These programmes aim at releasing the inner potentials of the people and make them understand their abilities by motivating the participants.
Some of the issues covered in these programmes are mentioned below
• Personality Development
• Decision making
• Communication Skills
• Team Work
• Leadership
• Public Speaking
• Conflict Management
• Anger Management etc.
• Time Management

Legal Section

The Indian legal system has evolved over centuries incorporating in itself all the just concepts of modern legal systems of the world. ‘Rule of law’ is one of the greatest innovations of man for governance. Law is inseparable component of human living. Abidance of law is the greatest virtue, more so for a man in public service. The course offers a glimpse of legal regime that a public servant ought to know for fair discharge of his duties to the society and harmonious living for himself. As a person in public service what one must be conversant with to be in right side of the law is the discourse of these programmes.
These programmes are conceived and designed to provide useful tips for both who deal with legal issues in any department and others with the latest position of law with citations and statutes, besides a view of law as it operates on a private individual. The three day course is expected to bring about a paradigm shift in the perceptions of modern governance and just living.
Training Programmes on the subjects
• RTI Act, 2005 – A Focused Analysis of the Role of Information Officers, Practical Problems in Implementing the Act and Landmark decisions of CIC.
• Court Procedures and Litigation Management
• Legal knowledge for officers / officials covering Indian Constitution, civil cases, criminal cases, PC Act, CAT / High Court procedures etc.
• Administrative Law and Process for taking decisions”

Inventory Control & Materials Management

The earlier trend was to hold large inventory through bulk purchases which would result in large benefits through quantity discounts. As a result there were large warehouses and stock houses. Over a period of time, the industries realized that a lot of money was being blocked here. Also there were huge losses mainly on account of improper material handling, wastages, spoilages, theft, life expired items and rent on stock houses etc.,
To minimize these costs and losses, Inventory and Materials management was quite essential in releasing the blocked money, make the material flow easily, and reduce the inventory levels without hampering the production. Various techniques viz., increasing the inventory turnover ratio, EOQ Ordering, and Just-in-time were implemented and found that large sums of money was saved to the company.
Managing inventory, which typically represents greater portion of expenses in manufacturing companies, need to ensure that the business has right quantity of material on hand to avoid stock-outs, right quality to prevent losses / wastages, and also ensure proper accounting. Many businesses have too much of their limited resource i.e., capital locked-up in inventory. The latest buzz word is “e” (electronic) mode for everything. Be it procurement, storing, issuing, monitoring delivering which is addressed through Just-in-time and lean Supply Chains.
Strategies to select appropriate Inventory models like Selective Inventory Management, Static Inventory Models, Dynamic Inventory Models with quantity discounts, value analysis for material cost reduction, make or buy decisions, outsourcing strategies, re-visiting the purchasing policies, processes and procedures, Management of material waste, appropriate storage and warehousing, material specification, codification and standardization.
Training Programmes on
• Materials Management
• Inventory Control
• Packaging Techniques and Logistics Management

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