Department of Posts: ‘Dak Karmayogi’ portal launched

With the launch of this portal, departmental employees and Gramin Dak Sevaks will be able to avail training ‘Any-time, Any-where’ and upgrade their Attitude, Skill and Knowledge (ASK), as per their convenience.

New Delhi:    ‘Dak Karmayogi’, an e-learning portal of the Department of Posts,  was launched by  Minister of Communications, Railways, Electronics & IT  Ashwini Vaishnaw and  Devusinh Chauhan, Minister of State for Communications, at a function on 28-06-2022.

This portal has been developed ‘In-House’ under vision of ‘Mission Karmayogi’, which was conceptualized by Prime Minister  Narendra Modi with a view to bring efficiency in actions of all the employees of Government of India and transforming efficiency of bureaucracy with ‘Minimum Government’ and ‘Maximum Governance’.

‘Dak Karmayogi’ portal will enhance the competencies of about 4 lakh Gramin Dak Sevaks and departmental employees by enabling the trainees to access the uniform standardized training content online or in blended campus mode to enable them to effectively deliver a number of G2C services for enhanced customer satisfaction.

On successful completion of final summative assessment, a system generated course completion certificate will be sent on trainee’s registered email ID automatically. Trainees can give their feedback, ratings and suggestions for each and every video and other learning content so that necessary enrichment can be ensured.

The Department of Posts has been imparting training to its employees through its network of 10 postal training centres/regional training centre and Rafi Ahmed Kidwai National Postal Academy (RAKNPA), a Central Training Institute.

However, with the launch of this portal, departmental employees and Gramin Dak Sevaks will be able to avail training ‘Any-time, Any-where’ and upgrade their Attitude, Skill and Knowledge (ASK), as per their convenience.

The portal is expected to go a long way in being an enabler in providing better services by upgrading employees and Gramin Dak Sevaks.

 

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