IIPA is an autonomous academic institution of national eminence for training, research and information dissemination in streams related to the ethos of Public Administration. Conceived by well-known US expert Paul H. Appleby and Founded and promoted by Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, it is now known internationally as a premier centre for Training and Research in Public Administration and Management.
Centrally located at Indraprastha Estate – one of the most well connected areas of the city-its campus spreads over seven acres, which houses main-office building, hostel, staff quarters and auditorium. Besides conducting Training, Research, Consultancy, Seminars and Workshops, it disseminates knowledge and information on Public Administration and Management by publishing four periodicals, books and by providing library services to its members, monographs.
Registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860, its membership exceeds 10,000 comprising those actively involved or concerned with the study or practice of public administration. Director is the academic leader of the faculty-assisted by faculty members- and head of administration-assisted by Registrar and other administrative staff.
The Indian Institute of Public Administration is located in the heart of Delhi, at Indraprastha Estate, opposite Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, spread over an area of 7 acres of land. The large and sprawling buildings of IIPA house modern well equipped classrooms, Computer Center, Library, Conference Hall, New Lecture Hall, Faculty, Management and Administrative wings, Recreation Rooms for faculty and staff and Canteen.
The campus also provides hostel accommodation including mess facilities to its members and participants of various courses and residential accommodation to its faculty and staff. The Institute has its own auditorium where academic and cultural events are held. The Institute also has a branch of a nationalized bank (UCO) on the campus. A part time medical officer appointed by the Institute is available in the campus on every alternate working day to provide first aid facilities.
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