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2-day training program on DBT, EAT modules concludes in Kargil


2-day training program on DBT, EAT modules concludes in Kargil

Kargil, Nov 24, 2022: The two-day training program-cum-workshop on Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) and Expenditure Advance Transfer (EAT) modules for PRI members and officials of the Rural Development Department, Kargil concluded today at Conference Hall, Kargil.

The program was organized by the Directorate of Public Financial Management System (PFMS) UT Ladakh in collaboration with District Administration Kargil.

Accounts Officer Public Financial Management System, Leh, Phuntsog Angchok, District Panchayat Officer (DPO), Padma Angmo, Technical Support Engineer PFMS, Trainer Haseeb Lone, Block Development Officers (BDOs), Account Assistants of RDD Kargil, Panchayat Secretaries and PRI members attended the program.

On the occasion, Phuntsong Angchock said the programme was aimed to provide training to address the issues and will help to solve the difficulties of PFMS.

He advised PRI members to take maximum benefit of the training and explained EAT/DBT modules for proper and transparent utilization of grant-in-aid.

Further, he said that such training programmes will be conducted in future as well to enhance the skills and also to resolve difficulties.

Trainer Haseeb Lone gave a presentation on DBT and EAT modules and also briefed about Centrally Sponsored Schemes.

Earlier, DPO Kargil, Padma Angmo briefed about the training programme and thanked PFMS Ladakh, for organizing such workshops. She urged the PRI members to take maximum benefit of the training program.

PFMS is a web-based online software application developed and implemented by the PFMS Division Ministry of Finance, Department of Expenditure, Government of India.

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