Kerala Institute of Local Administration (KILA) - Training Programmes

Training Programmes

The training programmes offered by KILA are:

  • Trainers Training Programme
  • Panchayat to Panchayt Programme
  • Certificate Course for Elected Representatives
  • national Level Course on Decentralised Governance
  • International Course on Decentralisation
  • Off-Campus Training Programme
  • Decentralised Training for Local Government Functionaries

The theme, objectives, category of participants and such other details on the training programmes are available from the training calendar. The chart on the right side of this page shows the gradual growth of training programmes conducted in the institute.

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