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95 Civil Servants From Bangladesh, Maldives Attend Training In New Delhi

NCGG successfully concluded the 2-week three capacity building programme for 95 civil servants of Maldives & Bangladesh.

The National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG) completed a two-week capacity building programme on May 19 in New Delhi for three bathes of 95 civil servants from Maldives and Bangladesh.

NITI Aayog member Dr. V. K. Paul urged the civil servants present from the neighbouring nations to chart a path of development in their countries, in his valedictory address. While Bharat Lal, who is DG of NCGG underlined India’s spirit of ‘Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam’ for collective commitment in inclusive development.

In partnership with the Ministry of External Affairs and Indian Missions abroad, NCGG is helping to build strong partnerships with developing countries to accelerate development.

Mr Paul also highlighted the shared history, culture, and values among Bangladesh, Maldives and India, emphasizing their inter-connectedness due to shared borders and shores. He emphasized PM Modi’s vision of 2047, which revolves around building a prosperous, inclusive, and self-reliant India.

The vision@2047 provides a roadmap for achieving long-term progress and can inspire nations to strive for a brighter future for their citizens, he said. He stated that by actively working towards these goals, civil servants can also contribute to the larger global vision and help create a better future for all.

In this programme, the NCGG shared various initiatives taken in the country such as changing paradigm of governance, rejuvenation of rivers with special reference to Ganga, leveraging digital technology: public-private partnership in infrastructure development, land administration in India, besides public policy & implementation, election management, Aadhar: a tool of good governance, digital governance: case studies of passport seva & MADAD, e-governance and digital India UMANG.

As well as disaster management with special reference to the coastal region, ethics in administration, project planning, execution and monitoring – Jal Jeevan Mission,  Swamitva scheme: property validation for rural India, vigilance administration, anti-corruption strategies among others.

During the programme, the participants were also taken on exposure visits to the Parliament of India, Pradhan Mantri Sanghralaya, and a few cities to see the administration. The courses were conducted by Dr. A.P.Singh, Course Coordinator (Bangladesh) and Dr. B.S. Bisht,Course Coordinator (Maldives) along with Co-Course Coordinator Dr. Sanjeev Sharma.  The entire CBP team of NCGG ensured the smooth execution of the programmes.

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