September 16, 2019
Opening ceremony on field administration for the civil servants of Maldives was inaugurated today at the National Centre of Good Governance (NCGG), Mussoorie. 29 civil servants from different ministries, schools, City Councils, hospitals and other civil service organizations are participating in this two-week training program held from 16th to 28th September 2019.
The inaugural session was addressed by Sh KV Eapen Secretary DARPG and DG NCGG, Sh V Srinivas IAS, Addl Secy DARPG and Ms Fatimath Amira member of Civil Service Commission of Maldives.
The programme will focus on enabling the participants to gain requisite knowledge and skills in the area of field administration. The programme integrates cross-country experiences and best practices in field administration and good governance and the participants will be attending sessions on Public Policy and Governance, Ethics and Accountability and Redressal of Public Grievances, Motivation, Innovation and Sustainable Development Goals. Participants will also have the opportunity to immerse in Indian culture during their visits to cultural sites including Taj Mahal, Delhi heritage and election commission of India.
This training programme is part of the Memorandum of Understanding signed between the National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG) and the Maldives Civil Service Commission on capacity building of 1,000 civil servants from the Maldives over the next five years.
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