Class Room Activity
The course curriculum of the Specialised Training Programme is covered mainly through class room activity.
Probationers are expected to study a particular topic assigned by the teacher and then it is discussed in the class.
Eminent guest speakers are invited from public and private sectors to speak on topics of national and professional importance.
Probationers are divided into smaller groups. Each group is assigned certain tasks to be completed
in one Audit Office and one Accounts Office. The whole exercise spans over a period of two weeks. In the first week the probationers cover an Accounts Office while in the second week they cover an
Each group has to submit a written report on the assigned tasks.
Two simulation exercises, one for each phase, on a relevant topic are to be conducted by the Probationary Officers.
Hands on Training
Hands on training in SAP and ACL is conducted for the Probationers.
The main objective of the Study Tour is to expose the probationers to the working in various organisations in the Federal and Provincial Governments and understand their working at the operational level and the issues faced by them.
Probationers are divided into smaller tutorial groups. Each group is attached with one Director for guidance and mentoring on various issues and aspects of training. The Tutorial Directors also assess participation level of each probationer in the training.
Individual Research Papers
Each Probationary Officer is required to write a 15 page research paper on the assigned topic.
Analysis Papers aim at adding value towards synthesising skills and sharpening abilities to analyse complex data.