Eighteen hundred Bangladeshi mid-career civil servants trained at the National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG) in Mussoorie
They are under training between 2019-2025.
The first batch of 30 civil servants leaving for a two-week long training programme in Mussoorie.
They are paid for a visit to the Indian High Commission in Dhaka
The Bangladeshi civil servants are trained at the National Centre for Good Governance
They are based on the Memorandum of Understanding signed in February
The Fifth meeting of the India-Bangladesh Joint Consultative Commission (JCC) held.
The trainings provide an opportunity to share experiences of administration between civil servants of the two countries.
The civil servants of India and Bangladesh help foster deeper ties between the two countries.
About National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG)
It 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.
Its registered office at Mussoorie.
It is set up to assist in bringing about governance reforms through studies, training, knowledge sharing and promotion of good ideas.
Its main objectives are:
The 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.
To provide a platform for policy development debates.
To promote the exchange of innovative ideas and best practices in Governance by organising, sponsoring and aiding seminars.