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This memorandum is written for the use of the committee on in-service training, appointed by the Chief Advisor and Acting Director.

The fundamental considerations went beyond the original intent of the Chief Advisor regarding the scope of the committee's work.The aim is to promote the objectives of the Institute with whatever program developments that may be considered feasible after thorough study.

The memorandum also emphasized on the development of evening courses of the Institute which first begun in November, 1955. The classes were generally of two hours, meeting once a week for 12 weeks. For the 24 hours of instruction, satisfactorily completed, a certificate was granted.

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In-service training, Public management, Evening program, Crash program, Diploma program

Development of evening classes 1957

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