What does C-LOP do?
C-LOP is a capacity building initiative for the sustained and targeted learning of government officials. We partner with the Department of Personnel and Training to collaborate with ministries, departments and organisations within governments on training initiatives across the country. Using research, innovative frameworks and collaboration the project seeks to build skills and competencies among all government officials. Hosted by J-Pal South Asia, C-LOP brings together resources and expertise of organisations like J-Pal and BMGF to enable lifelong learning and build meaningful partnerships that impact policy and service delivery.
Onboarding in a Box
We created the Onboarding in a Box (OIAB) toolkit under the guidance of the iGOT Karmayogi project team. The OIAB is a toolkit that describes the technical onboarding process for government ministries, departments and organisations on to the iGOT Karmayogi platform. It has all the resources required for smooth onboarding of users so they can seamlessly understand and use the various features of the platform.
Over the last year we collaborated with the Institute of Secretariat Training and Management to better understand the needs of Assistant Sectional Officers and redesign their training curriculum. Through this engagement we found there to be a desire for longer training, an update in the curriculum for improved skill building and a mentoring system to rely on once they are posted to different ministries.
Gamification at C-LOP
What is a role? What could be an activity? What is an example of a competency?
Play this game to find out!
The pricing strategy for Competency-Building Products (CBP) providers has been developed with two objectives -- first, to enable optimal pricing of CBPs on the iGOT Karmayogi platform and second, to procure the CBPs once their price has been fixed. In doing so, the strategy aims to prioritise quality and affordability for CBP providers on the platform, significantly simplifying the process of onboarding diverse providers by doing away with the need for a request for proposal (RFP).
How do we identify competencies for 21 million government officials?
The Framework of roles, activities and competencies or FRAC, demystifies the roles, activities and competencies a person is required to have to effectively deliver on the outcomes expected from them in their current and future positions as a public official.