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Department of Administrative reforms & Public Grievances (DARPG) and Ministry of Public Administration, Government of Bangladesh agree on renewal of the MoU which envisages capacity building programs for 1500 officers from 2025-2030


Cordial and constructive discussions held between visiting DARPG delegation and Senior Officials of Ministry of Public Administration, Government of Bangladesh from 28-30 April 2024

Shri. V.Srinivas, Secretary, DARPG called-on Hon’ble Minister of Public Administration, held bilateral meetings with Senior Secretary of Ministry of Public Administration and the Rectors of the Bangladesh Civil Service Administration Academy and the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre

Secretary DARPG addressed the Officers of 131st, 132nd, 133rd and 134th Law & Administration Courses at the Bangladesh Civil Service Administration Academy during the 3-day visit

National centre for Good Governance conducts capacity building program for middle management, senior management and faculty development covering New Paradigms of Governance like project management, public procurement, blue economy, food processing

The Alumni of NCGG recall their mid-career programs at NCGG as one which enhanced their cognitive abilities and enriched their proficiency as Civil Servants

Posted On: 30 APR 2024 7:57PM by PIB Delhi

Department of Administrative reforms & Public Grievances (DARPG) and Ministry of Public Administration, Government of Bangladesh agree on renewal of the MoU which envisages capacity building programs for 1500 officers from 2025-2030.The visit of the 4-member DARPG delegation to Bangladesh was undertaken on the invitation of the Bangladesh Ministry of Public Administration with focus on the mid-career capacity building programs in field administration for Bangladesh Civil Servants.

 Shri. V.Srinivas, Secretary, DARPG said cordial and constructive discussions were held between the visiting DARPG delegation and the Senior Officials of Ministry of Public Administration, Government of Bangladesh from 28-30 April 2024 regarding renewal of MOU between NCGG and Bangladesh Ministry of Public Administration for the period 2025-2030.

 

Shri. V.Srinivas, Secretary, DARPG presented a memento to Shri Farhad Hussain, Minister for Public Administration, Government of Bangladesh

 

The National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG), India and the Bangladesh Ministry of Public Administration have collaborated for conducting capacity building programs for Bangladesh Civil Servants since 2014. Under the bilateral collaboration, 71 Capacity Building Programs were held and 2600 Bangladesh Civil Servants have visited the National Centre for Good Governance since 2014. The Bangladesh Government have emphasised on the utility of these training programs and conveyed interest in renewal of the MOU between National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG) and the Bangladesh  Ministry of Public Administration under which these training programs are being organized for the next 5 years when it expires in 2025. For the year 2024-25, 12 mid-career capacity building programs including 2 programs for Deputy Commissioners have been planned to cover 400 Bangladesh Civil Service Officers.

During the 3 day visit, Shri. V.Srinivas, Secretary, DARPG called-on Hon’ble Minister of Public Administration Mr. Farhad Hussain, held bilateral meetings with Senior Secretary Ministry of Public Administration Mr. Mohammad Mezbahuddin Chowdhary, Director General of the Civil Service Administration Academy Dr. MD. Omar Farouque Director General of the Public Administration Training Centre Mr. Ashraff Uddin, Director General Governance Innovation Unit in the Prime Minister’s Office Dr. Mohammad Abdul Latif and the Additional Secretary Career Planning and Training Wing of Ministry of Public Administration Dr. Ziaul Haque.

Shri. V.Srinivas, Secretary, DARPG  with the Senior Secretary Ministry of Public Administration, Government of Bangladesh, Mr. Mohammad Mezbahuddin Chowdhary

Secretary, DARPG addressed 132 participants of the Law & Administration Courses and Faculty of Bangladesh Civil Services Administration Academy on “Institutionalization of SMART Governance to Enhance Public Service Delivery”. The Indian delegation interacted with 70 Alumni of the NCGG programs and visited the Deputy Commissioner’s Office at Narayanganj District and the Ashrayan Project at Narayanganj district.

In his discussions with the Senior Officials of Government of Bangladesh, Shri V.Srinivas, Secretary, DARPG reiterated the commitment of Government of India for collaborating in fulfilling the Vision Bangladesh@2041 and the SMART Bangladesh through conduct of capacity building programs for a future ready Bangladesh Civil Service. Further he said the NCGG would adopt the suggestions received from the Bangladesh authorities for conduct of Senior Management programs of one week duration, faculty development programs with the Bangladesh Civil Service Academy of Administration and the Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre, as also the middle–management programs. India and Bangladesh would work together to develop international best practices in innovation in governance, share the construct of the Civil Services day events, secretariat reforms and the programs for recognizing meritocracy and benchmarking governance.

National centre for Good Governance conducts capacity building program for middle management, senior management and faculty development covering New Paradigms of Governance like project management, public procurement, blue economy, food processing etc.

Select Alumni of NCGG who attended mid-career capacity building programs in field administration at NCGG from 2014-2024

The Alumni of NCGG recall their mid-career programs at NCGG as one which enhanced their cognitive abilities and enriched their proficiency as Civil Servants. 

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