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  • 18 June, 2020

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National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG)

National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG)

  • The National Centre for Good Governance (NCGG) 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 and registered office at Mussoorie.
  • The NCGG has been set up to assist in bringing about governance reforms through studies, training, knowledge sharing and promotion of good ideas.
  • It seeks to carry out policy relevant research and prepare case studies; curate training courses for civil servants from India and other developing countries; provide a platform for sharing of existing knowledge and pro-actively seek out and develop ideas for their implementation in the government, both at the States and the Central level.
  • The National Centre for Good Governance traces its origin to the National Institute of Administrative Research (NIAR).
  • NIAR was set up in 1995 by the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration (LBSNAA).
  • During its 19 years of existence it provided research and training support to the Academy in areas of public administration.
  • NIAR was subsequently rechristened with an expanded mandate, as National Centre for Good Governance, which was inaugurated on February 24th, 2014.

OBJECTIVES

  • To be a think tank for 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, public policy, governance and public management.
  • To provide a platform for policy development debates and discussions.
  • To promote exchange of innovative ideas and best practices in Governance by organising, sponsoring and aiding seminars, workshops, study circles, working groups and conferences.
  • To interact with national and international organisations, in and outside government, engaged in research and training in subject areas of mutual interest.

Source: PIB


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