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The Directorate General Resettlement (DGR) has taken a significant stride in aiding officers transitioning into civilian life post-retirement by introducing three new pioneering courses. Designed to equip retired officers with contemporary skills and knowledge, these courses promise to facilitate seamless integration into diverse employment avenues.


The Diploma in Hospital and Healthcare Management addresses the burgeoning need for proficient managers in the healthcare sector. With a focus on the intricacies of managing healthcare facilities, this course prepares retired officers for leadership roles in hospitals and healthcare organizations, ensuring optimal delivery of services to communities.


The Diploma in Management of Academic Institutions acknowledges the vital role education plays in societal development. By offering insights into the administration and management of academic institutions, this course empowers retired officers to contribute effectively to the enhancement of educational institutions' efficiency and quality, thereby fostering a Conducive learning environment.


The Diploma in Counselling recognizes the importance of mental health support in contemporary society. Through specialized training in counselling techniques and psychological interventions, this course enables retired officers to become compassionate and skilled counsellors, catering to the emotional well-being of individuals across various settings.


DGR has collaborated with Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi, for conducting these Courses. These courses not only enrich the professional lives of retirees but also contribute significantly to societal welfare through their diverse applications in healthcare, education, and mental health support.