The group, comprising nine ministers, started the course on Monday and have been given interactive lessons on leadership and ethics, cooperative movement, healthcare, education and public-private partnership, said Professor Arvind Sahay.
"We make many promises ahead of elections. But, we have to set priorities after coming to power as the resources are limited. Thus, such educational programmes would help us learn new things and come up with effective policies to honour our promises," said CP Singh, one of the ministers taking part in the course. "This would help us honour our pre-poll promises," he added.
The ministers who are taking part in the 'Management and Leadership for Good Governance' programme include Ramchandra Chandravanshi, Neera Yadav, CP Singh, Nikanth Singh Munda, Saryu Rai, Raj Paliwar, Louis Marandi, Amar Kumar Bauri and CP Chaudhary.
IIM-Ahmedabad will soon open its innovation lab -- an incubation centre to train young talent -- at Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand.
(With inputs from PTI)