In-Service Training Programme on Public Procurement | December 11th-15th | 2017

CUTS Institute for Regulation & Competition(CIRC) is organizing a Training Programme on ‘Public Procurement’ for AIS and other officers as a part of the In-Service training calendar of Department of Personnel & Training (DoPT). The course is designed to enhance knowledge about economic and legal aspects of government procurement and captures the reforms in the system.

About the Course:

Keeping in view, the new General Financial Rules 2017, new manuals for procurement of goods and for procurement of consultancy and other services released in 2017 and the initiative of inculcating Government e-marketplace (GEM), this course will cover detail discussions on these topics. Sessions on World Bank guidelines, UNCAC, CVC guidelines, e-procurement, fraud investigations, environment sustainability, competition issues, market access and pro-probity elements are also incorporated in the course. The course will be conducted by experts in each subject area and will be based on inter-active lectures, case studies and experience sharing.


December 11th-15th, 2017




All AIS (IAS, IPS and IFoS) officers with minimum 4 years of service and up to the rank of Secretary to the Government of India/Chief Secretary and equivalent;
Group ‘A’ officers working under the Central Staffing Scheme in the Government of India and officers of CSS/CSSS of the level DS/Sr. PPS and above.

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In-Service Training Programme for AIS (IAS/IPS/IFS) Officers on Public Procurement | November 10th-14th | 2014

CIRC organized a five day In-service training programme on Public Procurement under the aegis of Department of Personnel and Training (DoPT) for officers of IAS, IPS and IFS ranks, from 10 -14th November 2014 at India International Centre, Lodhi Road, New Delhi. The course covered topics such as Present status of procurement practices in India, Legal aspects and competition Issues of procurement, e-procurement and the ethics associated with the procurement process etc. This detailed procurement course was well appreciated by procurement professionals who were interested in knowing how public procurement process works and issues impeding its growth such as corruption.