Capacity bldg prog for civil servants

NEW DELHI, 23 Jan: The National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG) here organised a fortnight-long capacity building programme for civil servants of Arunachal Pradesh, Bangladesh and Maldives from 9-20 January.
The programme, which was attended by 87 officers, comprising 22 civil servants from Arunachal, 39 from Bangladesh, and 26 from Maldives, was aimed at improving governance and public service delivery in the Northeast and other border states.
The officers from Arunachal were trained at the NCGG in both Mussoorie and New Delhi.
The capacity building programme was scientifically tailored by the NCGG team and featured exchange of information, knowledge, new ideas, and best practices that promote citizen-centric governance.
During the valedictory session on 20 January, CBI Director SK Jaiswal said that “decisive and multi-pronged action is being taken against corruption in India,” and informed about the preventive steps taken by the government with the use of information technology.
“Transparency, accountability and centrality of citizens have become the hallmark of today’s governance in India,” he added. (PIB)