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Assam: Govt of Assam Signs MoU with IIM Bangalore

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On Monday, the Assam government signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Bangalore to operate the ‘Chief Minister’s Young Professional Programme’ collaboratively.

The ‘Chief Minister’s Young Professional Programme’ seeks to transform the healthcare and education sectors. Under the CMYPP, 70 young professionals will be jointly monitored by the Assam Government and IIM Bangalore for two years at the district level.

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Under the CMYPP, 70 young professionals will be jointly monitored by the Assam Government and IIM Bangalore for two years at the district level.

The programme is designed for early-career professionals with a post-graduate degree in any field who want to work in the district. The programme itself will be a mix of academic and district-based work, with a staggered academic programme in Guwahati lasting 40 days.

The MoU was signed by Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister Samir Kumar Sinha on behalf of the Government of Assam and Director IIM Bangalore Prof. Rishikesha T Krishnan on behalf of IIM Bangalore to develop a cadre of committed and competent leaders and facilitators to support government administration. The Chief Minister’s Young Professional Programme (CMYPP) aims to provide district administration with short-term catalytic support to improve programme delivery in the district.

 

“We have signed an MoU with the IIM-B for Chief Minister’s Young Professional Program (CMYPP),” Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma Tweeted after the event.

 

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