AAGs Meet 2020

A 4-day meeting of the Assistant Auditors General has commenced today at the RAA’s Professional Development Centre in Tsirang to propose and discuss audit related activities and programs for 2020-2021. The meeting agenda includes presentations and discussions on Review of Strategic Plan 2015-2020, proposed Audit Thrust Areas for 2020-2021, Revisiting the Audit Universe for 2020, APEMS Assessment, Annual Audit Report Structure, status and progress report of the AIMS up-gradtion project and status of the preparations for RAA’s 50 Years celebrations. Continue reading “AAGs Meet 2020”

AIMS up-gradation project workshop

Members of AIMS up-gradation project are attending a week long workshop in Professional Development Centre, Tsirang from 13th January, 2020 to 17th January, 2020. The Project Team will be carrying out the integration work with other agencies system, design and develop audit observation module, performance audit observation module, audit recoveries module and audit clearance module.
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Training of Trainers on International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11)

The Ministry of Health with support from World Health Organization (WHO) is organizing Training of Trainers on International Classification of Diseases version 11 (ICD-11) from 25th to 30th December 2019 at the Professional Development Centre – Tsirang. The training is in preparation to adopt ICD-11 by 2022 as per the resolution of World Health Assembly in 2019. ICD-11 contains around 55,000 unique codes for injuries, diseases and causes of death. Currently, a modified version of ICD-10 is being used by the ministry.

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RCSC: Bhavana-Karma Retreat

The Mindfulness Retreat Program for 28 senior civil servants began from 18th November at the RAA’s Professional Development Centre, Tsirang.

The main objective of this five-day retreat program is to cultivate and harness the qualities of mindfulness based emotional intelligence in the civil service. It is based on the method of Bhavana Karma, the first stage of meditation. Given its benefits and the valuable feedback received from the participants of the earlier retreat, the RCSC strives to ensure that all interested civil servants are able to attend the retreat at least once in their entire service. Continue reading “RCSC: Bhavana-Karma Retreat”

Capacity Development Training on IT Audit

Recognizing the role of Information Technology in a fast changing world, a three-day capacity development training on IT Audit for 26 auditors started today at the Professional Development Centre, Tsirang. The Program Director graced the opening of the training and reminded the participants to make best use of the resource persons to take away adequate knowledge and skills to enhance professionalism. Continue reading “Capacity Development Training on IT Audit”