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  • Recently Conducted : 32nd Induction Course (Under Gazetted Category). This was the 32nd Induction Course under Gazetted Category for the Medical Officers of Department of Aayurvedic evam Unani Seva, Uttarakhand. Course starts From 23 January, 2017 More » 18/01/2017 11:34
  • Recently Conducted: 16th IPS Vertical Interaction Programme. This was the 16th IPS Vertical Interaction Programme Sponsored by Bureau of Police Research and Development (BPR&D), New Delhi. Course duration was from 20th to 24th March, 2017 More » 04/01/2017 11:55
  • Recently Conducted : 31st Induction Course (Non Gazetted). This was the 31st Induction Course for the Junior Engineers of Public Work Department (PWD), Uttarakhand. The Course was held between 19th December, 2016 to 17th January, 2017. More » 18/01/2017 11:05
  • Recently conducted 37th Induction Course (Gazetted). This was the 37th Induction Course for Assistant Engineers of PWD, Uttarakhand. Total number of Participants was 27. More » 20/09/2017 10:45:42
  • Recently conducted 34th Induction Course (Non-Gazetted). This was the 34th Induction Course for Junior Engineers of Irrigation Department, Uttarakhand. Total number of Participants was 29. More » 20/09/2017 13:39:51

Dr. Raghunandan Singh Tolia Uttarakhand Academy of Administration UAoA (Uttarakhand Academy of Administration) originally established as Officers' Training School (O.T.S.) at Allahabad in 1951, was shifted to Nainital in 1971. In 1974 the institution was renamed as Administrative Training Institute (A.T.I.) and in 1988 it was raised to the status of Uttar Pradesh Academy of Administration (UPAA). In the year 2000, after creation of Uttaranchal as a separate state, the academy was named as Uttaranchal Academy of Administration (UAoA).

UAoA, Nainital is the Apex training institute of the State. Under the Govt. of India Training Division, DoPT and British Common Wealth Division jointly sponsored Trainer Development Project (T.D.P.), UAoA is one of the five Regional Training Centers (RTC) in the country. more....



Nainital is a glittering jewel in the Himalayan necklace, blessed with scenic natural splendor and varied natural resources. Dotted with lakes , Nainital has earned the epithet of ' Lake District ' of India. The most prominent of the lakes is Naini lake ringed by hills . Nainital has a varied topography . Some of the important places in the district are Nainital, Haldwani, Kaladhungi, Ramnagar, Bhowali, Ramgarh, Mukteshwar, Bhimtal, Sattal and Naukuchiatal. Nainital�s unending expense of scenic beauty is nothing short of a romance with awe-inspiring and pristine Mother nature. Nainital is headquarter of Nainital District.

Uttarakhand was formed on the 9th November 2000 as the 27th State of India, when it was carved out of northern Uttar Pradesh. Located at the foothills of the Himalayan mountain ranges, it is largely a hilly State, having international boundaries with China (Tibet) in the north and Nepal in the east. On its north-west lies Himachal Pradesh, while on the south is Uttar Pradesh. It is rich in natural resources especially water and forests with many glaciers, rivers, dense forests and snow-clad mountain peaks. Char-dhams, the four most sacred and revered Hindu temples of Badrinath,Kedarnath, Gangotri and Yamunotri are nestled in the mighty mountains. It�s truly God�s Land (Dev Bhoomi). Dehradun is the Capital of Uttarakhand. It is one of the most beautiful resort in the submountain tracts of India, known for its scenic surroundings. The town lies in the Dun Valley, on the watershed of the Ganga and Yamuna rivers.

It is blessed with a rare bio-diversity, inter-alia, 175 rare species of aromatic & medicinal plants are found in the State. It has almost all major climatic zones, making it amenable to a variety of commercial opportunities in horticulture, floriculture and agriculture. It has a vast tourism potential in adventure, leisure, and eco-tourism.

The State is rich in mineral deposits like limestone, marble, rock phosphate, dolomite, magnesite, copper, gypsum, etc. The number of small scale industries is 25,294 providing employment to 63,599 persons. As many as 1802 heavy and medium industries with an investment of Rs 20,000 crore employ 5 lakh persons. Most of the industries are forest-based. There is a total of 54,047 handicraft units in the state.

With levels of literacy higher than the national average, the State has abundant availability of quality human resources. Within a short span of its existence, Uttarakhand has emerged as a significant destination for investments in manufacturing industry, tourism and infrastructure. Emphasis is on stimulating all three sectors of its economy (agriculture, industry and services),to their fullest potential in tandem with the geographic profile of the state. The Government of Uttarakhand has undertaken several policy measures and incentives in order to encourage inflow of investment into the various sectors of its economy.

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