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Centre for Innovations in Public Systems
About CIPS
The Government of India set up the Centre for Innovations in Public Systems (CIPS) in May 2010 as an autonomous body, within the campus of the Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI), Hyderabad. This Centre was set up in pursuance of the recommendations of the XIII Finance Commission.

In line with its mandate and objectives, CIPS is working with State, Central and District level government departments and functionaries in developing policies and practices for promoting an innovative culture for transforming creative ideas into sustainable practices for improving service delivery. The focus areas for CIPS are education, health, e-governance and urban governance.

CIPS has identified and prepared a database of 318 innovative practices (116 practices in the Education sector, 60 practices in the Health sector, 70 practices in the e-Governance sector and 72 practices in Urban Governance).

CIPS has also published 17 detailed process documents for the purpose of replication. These documents have been prepared in association with organizations such as ASCI (Hyderabad), One World Foundation (New Delhi), Access Health Care, ISB (Hyderabad), Medium Health Care Consulting (Hyderabad) and Anusandhan Trust (Mumbai).

What's New
Two day Workshop on Innovative Practices in Urban Governance, with Sardar Patel Institute of Public Administration (SPIPA), at GandhiNagar, Gujarat  [25th - 26th August 2014]
Three Day programme on Innovative Practices in Education,with Gopabandhu Academy of Administration (GAA)at Bhubaneswar, Odisha  [4th-6th September 2014]
Capacity Building Programme for CIPS staff in association with World Bank, at Hyderabad, Telangana  [8th-10th September 2014]
Innovations in Health and Hospital Management at Hyderabad, Telangana  [13th September 2014]
Two Day Consultation on "District Planning 2.0 (Serving the underserved regions in India) on Innovations in association with Aravind Eye Care, Madurai, TamilNadu  [13th - 14th October 2014]
Workshop on Innovations in association with Andaman & Nicobar Govt, at Portblair, Andaman & Nicobsr  
Workshop on Innovations in association with Meghalaya Basin Development at Shillong, Meghalaya  
VC on Rationalization of Teachers,Hyderabad  [August,2014]
VC on Water Quality Monitoring System, Surat at Hyderabad  [27th August,2014]
VC on Availability & Efficacy of Generic Medicines  [28th August,2014 at 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM ]
VC on Use of IV Iron Sucrose, at Hyderabad  [30th September,2014]