The on campus training programme on Managerial Skills for Organisational Excellence was organized from 20th – 24th September, 2022 at EEI, PJTSAU, Hyderabad. 17 officers from the States of Kerala Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka Tamil Nadu and Odisha representing Animal Husbandry, Agriculture, Agricultural Engineering and Sugar Cane Sectors participated in the programme. The valediction of the programme on 24-09-22 was graced by Dr. J. Devi Prasad, Director, Centre for Good Governance Hyderabad, who spoke on the Arthasasthra of Kautilya and its relevance to organisational Excellence. He also spoke about Knowledge work concept of Peter Drucker, Fortune 500 Companies, their GDP and its contribution to the service sector. Addressing the participants during the valediction, Dr. M. Jagan Mohan Reddy requested them to share success stories of the same so that impact of the programme can be documented. Expressing their impressions about the programme, the participant officers said that all the sessions were dealt with both theory and activities and that they have learnt many new managerial skills that will help in personal and professional lives. Many participants expressed that all the inputs derived from the programme will be useful to identify their weaknesses and shortfalls. Further the strategies discussed for all the concepts would help them to overcome the deficiencies. Earlier on 20th September 2022, the inaugural session of the training programme was chaired by Dr. M. Jagan Mohan Reddy, Director, EEI who mentioned that Managerial Skills occupy a pivotal role in improving Organisational Excellence. He further mentioned that Management skills can be developed through learning and practical experience as a manager. The skills help the manager to relate with their fellow co-workers and know how to deal well with their subordinates, which allows for the easy ﬂow of activities in an organization. Hence such sensitization programmes are given to government officers to become aware of essential Managerial Skills. Further, he appealed to all the participants to attend the programme with dexterity and sincerity and implement the learnings’ in their back home situation. The programme was conducted and was coordinated by and Dr. M. Preethi, Professor, EEI.