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Residential training programme on "Advance course on Right to Information Act, 2005 and e-Governance”

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A residential training programme on "Advance course on Right to Information Act, 2005 and e-Governance” during 18-22nd October, 2013 at Manali (Himachal Pradesh) is being organised. The programme brochure and other details are attached for your kind perusal. You are requested kindly to nominate suitable officers/officials for the programme.


The programme is organised at Hotel Sarovar Portico, Club House Road, Manali (H.P). The course fee is Rs. 33,900/- plus 12.36% Service tax. The charges are inclusive of Housing and Boarding.


The Training is being organised by National Productivity Council (under Ministry of Industry & Commerce, Government of India). Kind attention: Chief Executive /The Appellate Authority/Public Information Officer (RTI)




(S.P. Singh)

Regional Head/Programme Director

National Productivity Council, Chandigarh

(Mob. No. 07589219766)



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