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SPIPA CGRS Question Paper (19-09-2021)

SPIPA CGRS Question Paper (19-09-2021)

SPIPA was established by the Government of Gujarat in 1962 as the apex Training Institution of the state. The Institute was renamed as Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration in 1974.

It became on autonomous body (registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860) in October 2004, so as to gain that essential flexibility in fulfilling its role and meeting the expectations of the State Government. Named after the Iron Man of India, the Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration, popularly known as SPIPA, was established as an institution for training government functionaries.

Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration (SPIPA) Entrance Test for Various Competitive Exam (CGRS) Training 2021-22 Question Paper (19-09-2021)

Exam Name: SPIPA CGRS Exam 2021-22

Exam Date: 19-09-2021

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The Institute is strongly committed to development of human capital. It provides state-of-the-art training in public administration, rural development, local self government, disaster management and related areas so as to optimize the competence of Government employees and, thereby, helps realize the endeavor of ideal governance.

SPIPA derives inspiration from the Ashoka Chakra, the symbol of ideal governance. The Chakra has 24 spokes, each of which stands for a vital characteristic of good governance.

For a state advancing with leaps and bounds into an era of rapid progress and development, a continual updating of skills is the sine qua non for its governing workforce. The capacity to become an instrument of change requires personal betterment and the necessary knowledge to translate vision into action.

It is with this mandate that SPIPA has chalked out a multitude of training programs, in order to equip government functionaries to serve the citizens to their utmost satisfaction. It also undertakes research and surveys in its Centre for Good Governance and State Institute of Rural Development.

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