MEA and NCGG Complete Training of 45 Bangladeshi Civil Servants
News Desk, News Nation 360: The National Center for Good Governance (NCGG), in partnership with the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) completed its flagship Capacity Building Program (CBP) for the 58th batch of Bangladesh Civil Servants, in which 45 officers participated. The program focused on designing and executing effective public policies and programs to improve citizens' quality of life. In collaboration with the MEA and the Indian Mission in Dhaka, NCG has trained approximately 2,055 civil servants from Bangladesh. In partnership with the Ministry, NCGG has taken up the responsibility of building the capacity of civil servants from developing countries. So far it has provided training to civil servants from 15 countries. In this event, 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, changing
India's rural landscape, passport services, etc. Bharat Lal, Director General, NCGG urged the officers to be responsive to the people's needs and stressed the vital importance of redressal of public grievances in a time-bound manner. He appreciated the developmental partnership between the two countries. He highlighted Prime Minister Narendra Modi's mantra of 'Minimum Government, Maximum Governance' and urged the civil servants to bridge the gap between the citizens and the government. After the event, Bharat Lal tweeted that Today delivered the valedictory address in the NCGG’s 58th Capacity Building Programme for the civil servants of Bangladesh. Spoke on citizen-centric governance, their engagement, and use of digital technology in planning, execution & monitoring of projects & public service delivery.
Report : Anustup Kundu