India & Bangladesh Sign MOU for Training 1800 Bangladesh Civil Servants in National Centre (Download PDF)

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India & Bangladesh have signed an MOU for training 1800 Bangladesh Civil Servants at National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG) an institute under Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances (DAR & PG), Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances & Pensions, Govt. of India, over next 6 years.

Image of India & Bangladesh have signed an MOU

Image of India & Bangladesh Have Signed an MOU

Image of India & Bangladesh have signed an MOU

  • MOU was signed between NCGG & Ministry of Public Administration, Government of People’s Republic of Bangladesh on February 8,2019 during visit of Foreign Minister of Bangladesh.

  • The Secretary DARPG & Director General of NCGG said that collaboration represents historic milestone in training & capacity building programs between India & Bangladesh.

  • The Bangladesh Civil Servants will be trained in e-Governance & service delivery, public policy & implementation, information technology, decentralization, urban development & planning, Ethics in Administration & challenges in implementation of SDGs.

  • This is 2nd time that NCGG would be entering into an MOU for training program for Bangladesh Civil Servants.

  • In first MOU signed 5 years ago, 1500 Bangladesh Civil Servants have already been trained in NCGG.

  • Participants from training program will be selected amongst Additional Deputy Commissioners/Additional District Magistrates, Upazila Nirbahi Officers, Deputy Director Local Government, Senior Assistant Secretaries, Senior Assistant Commissioners, Assistant Commissioners (Land) & Officers of equivalent rank in Ministries from Bangladesh Civil Service (Administration) cadre.

  • NCGG is planning to conduct 15 training programs in 2019 each of 2 weeks duration. Trainee officers will undergo training at NCGG Mussoorie centre & in Delhi where they would visit Government of India establishments.

National Centre for Good Governance

  • NCGG is an autonomous institute under aegis of Department of Administrative Reforms & Public Grievances, Government of India. Its head office is at New Delhi & registered office at Mussoorie.

  • NCGG has been set up to assist in bringing about governance reforms through studies, training, knowledge sharing & promotion of good ideas.

  • It seeks to carry out policy relevant research & prepare case studies; curate training courses for civil servants from India & other developing countries; provide platform for sharing of existing knowledge & pro-actively seek out & develop ideas for their implementation in government, both at States & Central level.

  • National Centre for Good Governance traces its origin to National Institute of Administrative Research (NIAR). NIAR was set up in 1995 by Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA).

  • During its 19 years of existence it provided research & training support to Academy in areas of public administration.

  • NIAR was subsequently rechristened with an expend mandate, as National Centre for Good Governance, which was inaugurated on February 24th, 2014.

- Published/Last Modified on: May 22, 2019

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