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DATE & DURATION

19-20 January, 2024
2 Day Non-Residential Program

LOCATION

Delhi/NCR

PROGRAMME FEE

14000 + GST
(This includes Course Fee + Pre-read Material)

Program Director

Mr. SPS Jaggi
Founder & Chief Associate, Leapfrog Associates Ex. Director (P&A), Shipping Corporation of India

2 Days Management Development Program on

Discipline Management & Vigilance Administration

About the Program

This is a 2 Day Management Development Program that aims to enable the participants to acquire a holistic understanding of the legal and ethical dimensions of discipline management, develop practical skills in vigilance administration, and foster a workplace culture that seamlessly integrates discipline with integrity.

 

At the heart of this program is the fusion of theory and real-world application. We go beyond conventional learning, providing a space for participants to not only understand the strategic frameworks of discipline management but also to practically apply them through hands-on experiences. 

OBJECTIVES

  • Create a Productive work environment through effective and proactive management of disciplinary issues
  • Understand the entire process of Disciplinary Action and Conducting Departmental Inquiries and the Role and functions of the Inquiry Officer, Presenting Officer, and Defence Assistant
  • Appreciate the documentation required at various stages of the disciplinary process and enhance skills in drafting Disciplinary papers
  • Enhance awareness of important provisions of the ID Act, IPC, PCA, and POSH Act
  • Comprehend the Role of CVC and Vigilance Administration in the organization, the importance of preventive vigilance, Duties and Responsibilities of Vigilance officers, dealing with cases involving Vigilance angle, etc.
  • Provide a forum for interacting on issues, problems, and cases related to discipline management and sharing best practices and learnings from different organizations/companies
Program Coverage
  • Understanding “Conduct” and “Misconduct” and important provisions of the disciplinary rules -Standing Orders, CDA Rules, etc
  • Principles of Natural Justice and their application.
  • Role of Preliminary Enquiry, Procedure for imposition of minor and major penalties
  • Provisions governing Suspension pending inquiry and Treatment of the period of Suspension and related provisions
  • Comprehensive coverage of all aspects of conducting Departmental Inquiry Proceedings.
  • Action on the Inquiry Report, and provisions of Appeal and Review)
  • Enhancing awareness of important provisions and processes of -the ID Act, CRPC, IPC, PCA, and POSH Act.
  • The role of the Vigilance Department in organizations, duties, and responsibilities of Vigilance Officers, Importance of Preventive Vigilance, etc.
  • Dealing with disciplinary cases involving “Vigilance Angle”
  • Role of CVC, “First stage “& “Second Stage “Advise, dealing with CBI & other Enforcement agencies.
  • Provide a forum for interacting on issues, problems, and cases, and best practices related to discipline management.
  • Development of Action plans and checklists for HODs/Sectional Heads to enhance productivity and collaboration and proactively establish a corruption-free work environment.

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

Expert Insights
Immersive Experiential Learning
Peer Learning and Networking

WHO CAN ATTEND

All Levels of Managers
Sectional Heads/HODs
Disciplinary Authorities
Executives in HR & Vigilance

PEDAGOGY

Interactive Workshops, Expert Sessions, Group Discussions

Key Takeaways

In our Management Development Program, the participants can expect to emerge with a toolkit of invaluable insights and skills that redefine your approach to leadership. The participants will:

Acquire a profound understanding of the strategic frameworks governing discipline management and vigilance administration, enabling you to navigate complex organizational landscapes with finesse.

The participants will immerse themselves in hands-on experiences and simulations, bridging the gap between theory and real-life scenarios.

Gain insights into the legal and ethical dimensions of discipline management, ensuring their leadership is anchored in ethical principles.

Forge connections with a diverse cohort of professionals, creating a collaborative community that encourages the exchange of perspectives and fosters lifelong professional relationships.

Enhanced Discipline Management Skills:

Participants will gain a deeper understanding of disciplinary management, enabling them to create a productive work environment by effectively and proactively addressing disciplinary issues.

Documentation Skills:

The program will enhance participants' skills in drafting disciplinary papers and documenting the disciplinary process effectively. This is crucial for maintaining transparency and ensuring that disciplinary actions are well-documented and defensible.

Comprehensive Knowledge of Disciplinary Action:

Participants will learn the entire process of disciplinary action, including how to conduct departmental inquiry proceedings.

Legal and Regulatory Understanding:

Participants will gain insights into important provisions of various laws and acts relevant to discipline management, including the Industrial Disputes Act (ID Act), Indian Penal Code (IPC), Prevention of Corruption Act (PCA), and the Protection of Women from Sexual Harassment (POSH) Act. This legal knowledge will be valuable for ensuring compliance and making informed decisions.

Networking and Sharing Best Practices:

The program will serve as a forum for participants to interact and share their experiences, issues, and best practices related to discipline management. This peer learning and networking opportunity can provide valuable insights and solutions to common challenges.

Enhanced Discipline Management Skills:

Participants will gain a deeper understanding of disciplinary management, enabling them to create a productive work environment by effectively and proactively addressing disciplinary issues.

Payment Details

Payment may be made through the following mode:

Cheque/DD Payment: At par Cheque/Demand Draft in favour of Jaipuria Noida Fees Collection Account (A Unit of Integral Education Society) payable at Noida.

Net Banking: Registration is accepted through Net Banking

Account Name:  Jaipuria Noida Fees Collection Account

Bank Name:  Axis Bank

Account Number: 913010055532585

IFSC Code: UTIB0000040

Account Type: Savings

Branch: Pitampura

Program Director
Mr. SPS Jaggi

Founder & Chief Associate, Leapfrog Associates
Ex. Director (P&A), Shipping Corporation of India

An accomplished HR Professional having over 37 years of experience working in different HR positions in the Mines, Plants Operations, and Corporate office with long stints as head of Corporate Communications, CSR, Liaison and administration and Business Excellence function.

He functioned ad regular faculty for the past twenty-five years on various subjects of HR, Public Relations and General Management like discipline management, interpersonal skills, leadership, EFQM model of HR Excellence, etc for in-company training courses as well as programs for other PSUs like SAIL, NSPCL, SCI and academic institutions.

Our Clients
About Jeet

The Jaipuria legacy of education began in pre-independence era, when first Jaipuria College was established in Kolkata in 1945. Since then, Jaipuria has been consistently delivering superior quality education across the country for the last more than 76 Years. Today, this is one of the prestigious groups to offer AICTE accredited PGDM programs at its world class campuses in Lucknow, Noida, Jaipur and Indore helping students all over the country to meet their aspirations.

The Corporate Office at New Delhi is the nodal center for Executive Education and Consultancy (EE &C) where we conduct cutting-edge Executive Education Programs (EEPs) and other consultancy services every year. The Jaipuria Group has so far conducted 500+ Management Development Programs for executives in the corporate sector & PSU’s on diverse subjects and trained over 11,000 participants. We are fully supported by nearly 110 eminent in-house faculty and other senior industry professionals from versatile background in our initiatives. We conduct these EEPs at our four geographically spread campuses, off-site and at our patrons’ locations as per their specific requirements.

2070+

Training Days

11100+

Participants

100+

Companies

16100+

Training Hours

Contact Us

Jaipuria Institute of Management
1/3, (Block 1, Plot No.3,) WHS Timber Market,
Kirti Nagar, Near Mayapuri Chowk, New Delhi – 110015
Ph.: 011 61391800
E. mdp@jaipuria.ac.in

Vandana Puri
AVP & Head EE&C
M. +91 9810524395 
E. Vandana.puri@ jaipuria.ac.in

Richa Dua
Programme Manager
M. +91 9650875969 
E. richa.dua@ jaipuria.ac.in

Sancy Sachdeva
Programme Manager
M. +91 8588964248 
E. sancy.sachdeva@jaipuria.ac.in

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