Memorandum of Understanding Between NCGG and Maldives Civil Services Commission (Download PDF)


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India’s leading civil services training institution, the National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG), has signed an MOU with the Maldives Civil Services Commission for capacity building of 1000 Maldives civil servants over the next 5 years.

The training program will include public administration, e-governance and service delivery, public policy and governance, information technology, best practices in fisheries in coastal areas, agro-based practices, self-help group initiatives, urban development and planning etc.

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Background and Overview

  • NCGG had already trained 28 Maldives civil servants, thus this successful engagement encouraged two countries to enter into an agreement and take their capacity building collaboration forward.

  • The NCGG had successfully conducted training programmes for civil servants of Bangladesh, Myanmar and Gambia apart from Maldives.

  • The Union Ministry of External Affairs is responsible for the entire funding of the expenses.

  • NCGG will be nodal institution for designing and implementation of customised training modules that will be undertaken during training and it must take into account all requirements of Maldives Civil Services Commission.

  • Maldives will nominate suitable civil servants in senior/executive/middle management levels as per the agreed timelines.

  • Civil Services Training Institute, a subsidiary of Maldives Civil Services Commission, will get the required assistance from NCGG, for developing

Training programmes and materials and also for organising exchange of experts as needed by Commission.

National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG)

  • NCGG is an autonomous institute under the aegis of Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Government of India.

  • Its head office is at New Delhi and registered office at Mussoorie.

  • Objectives:

  • It acts a think tank for governance & policy reforms, working across administrative, social, financial and political arenas.

  • To initiate and participate in research and training on various aspects of regulatory and developmental administration, public policy, governance and public management.

  • To provide a platform for policy development debates and discussions.

  • To promote exchange of innovative ideas and best practices in Governance by organising, sponsoring and aiding seminars, workshops, study circles, working groups and conferences.

  • To interact with national and international organisations, in and outside government, engaged in research and training in subject areas of mutual interest.

- Published/Last Modified on: August 31, 2019

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