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State Human Resource Development Cell
Experience of providing safe & potable water in rural &urban areas suggest that sustainability of such community services largely depend on participation of people at large * & developing adequate technical skill at grass-root level for proper upkeep of these assets. Leteracy percentage in rural areas being low, it was considered appropriate to large focus attention to rural areas in the first phase. Consequently sensitive villages from each village panchayat have been programmed to give them exposure on these counts. So far 61740 villagers have been given sort term training on four such identified areas namely Community Service Motivators, Health &Hygiene Motivators, Masonry works and Hand Pumps Mechanics Work.

One of the functions entrusted to U.P.Jal Nigam in the year 1975 was to assess the requirements for manpower & training in relation to water supply & sewerage services in the state.Accordingly a separate "Training Cell" was made operative to perform this function in U.P.Jal Nigam.

Recognising the work performance of the Training Cell in U.P.Jal Nigam, Government of India accorded approval for establishing State Human Resources Development (HRD) Cell under U P Jal Nigam for conducting training courses and other related Human Resource Development activities in the year 1995. Accordingly merging the existing Training Cell the State H.R.D. Cell was established in U. P. Jal Nigam in the year 1996. Subsequently U. P. Government laid down the following basic functions and responsibilities of this State Human Resources Development Cell.
Orienting and sensitising decision makers, administrators and planners.
To assess need of training & requirement of trainers for creating a cadre of district level resources persons to train Grass Root Level functionaries.
To function as a data bank of district level resource persons.
Selection of trainers as well as trainees and their deployment.
To arrange Grass Root Level Trainings in different themes viz Hand Pump Mechanic, Mason for rural sanitation, motivators to develope awareness about health and hygiene practices and also to mobilise community participation..
Providing in service training for professionals for improving performance levels and productivity.
To act as Co-ordinating/ Nodal agency for co-ordination between important teaching/ training institutes, Rural Development Ministry and other state level agencies working for training programmes.
Improving the capabilities of technological sector in rural water supply to provide innovative cost affordable and appropriate technologies.
Staffing Pattern
The H. R. D. Cell is headed by an Executive Director who holds the rank of Chief Engineer. He is assisted by Director in the rank of Superintending Engineer, one Joint Director in the rank of Executive Engineer, two Deputy Directors (Assistant Engineer) along with eight Field Officers (Junior Engineer) and other supporting ministerial staff.
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