Railway employees will soon go back to school for training.
Chairman Railway Board Ashwani Lohani has instructed all General Managers to design a five-day on-the-job or classroom intensive skill training course for rail staffers to meet the growing passenger expectations for better services and amenities.
In a letter to the General Managers of all zones, Lohani has said that a concentrated capsule of training for all employees in a short period of time to boost their productivity and efficiency was imperative due to the growing rail network, new trains and the demand from passengers for “better services and amenities”.
“So, it has been decided that all employees in each zone will be put through a week’s training in skills and knowledge relevant to their work area over the next one year. Read More…
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