ASSOCIATION OF STATE TRAINING INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA was established in the year 1983,
The Association of State Training Institutions in India (ASTI) is a pioneering organization that is instrumental in promoting cooperation, collaboration, reciprocity nd exchange of ideas among the various state training institutions in India. This group of institutions has been helpful in strengthening a culture of excellence in the administrative system of the country. Not only are these institution , engaged in the genuine application of HRD strategies, are organizing a series of training programmes but their intiatives in conducting research, developing case studies, facilitating consultancy and promoting meaningful publications have been phenomenal.
It has been recognized that collaborative perceptions and actions of these institutions can be most helpful in improving the standards of civil service training and its associated areas.
To provide a forum for training institutions of states and union territories in the field of public administration and public management for exchange of views on training as profession and allied matters;
To exchange information on training techniques, methodology methodology, and training material among its members and other training institutions, To actively promote inter-institutional co-operation and collaboration in the field of training among the members;
To assist, promote and collaborate with individuals and organizatins regarding development of training programmes as an integral part of continuing education for personnel in various public systems in the county;
To promote greater integration and co-operation among generalist and specialist cadres in he states and union territories realizing the interdisciplinary nature of public administration and the imperative need of such co-operation in the wider public interest; and
To do such other acts and undertake such other activities and to create such other structures, institutions and organization as may be found conducive to the better realization of above aims and objectives.
The membership of ASTI is open to all state and union territory training institutions of public administration and public management. at present , 18 such training institutions are its members.
Some of the persons who have played a pivotal role in forming the Association are not with us in the STIs. Shri Joginder Signh, Dr. R. R. Menon, Smt. C.T. Mishra, Shri Padmanabhan, L.M. Jain ; Sunderam, A.Ramaswamy, Dr. Nayak have moved of STIs (to take up other assignments, their valuable contribution in promoting the Association and in supporting it is worth bringing or record but for their support, the Association would not have come in existence. Shri Sujit Banerjee, who was our First President and contributed handsomely for making the Association a reality, Association owes a sense of gratitude to him for the excellent word he had done as First president of the Association.
In order to develop greater professionalism in State Training Institutions as also for creating a forum for mutual exchange of views, the Association of State Training Institution in India was formed in 1983-84. The Association was incorporated as a registered society under the societies Registration Act and was registered at Jaipur on 20 May 1983 vide No.32/83-84. In fact, first Conference of Association of State Training Institutions was organised before even its registration. The Conference was held at HCM Rajasthan State Institute of Public Administration, Jaipur on 18-20 April 1983. It was inaugurated by Shri T.N. Chaturvedi, the then Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India and presided over by Shri M.M.K. Wali, the then Chief Secretary, Government of Rajasthan. The Conference was attended to by then Director of STIs or their representation. The Executive Committee will ordinarily meet once in six months’ time. The meeting of the Executive Committee will be presided over by the president and in his absence, by any other member chosen from amongst those present. The decision will be by majority opinion. In case of equal division of votes on any matter, the president will have a casting vote.
ithin a fortnight of the Annual General, meeting every year, a list of names, addresses and occupations of the Executive Committee will be filed with the Registrar of Societies (for purposes of see.4 of the Societies Registration Act, 1985).HCM State Institute of Public Administration,
Jawahar Lal Nehru Road
ASSOCIATION OF STATE TRAINING INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA offers various graduate courses as well as Post Graduate courses.
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ASSOCIATION OF STATE TRAINING INSTITUTIONS IN INDIA