"Effectiveness of the Public Administration Training: A Study on the Adminstrative Cadre Service in Bangladesh

Title
"Effectiveness of the Public Administration Training: A Study on the Adminstrative Cadre Service in Bangladesh
Authors
REZVI, Md. Khurshid Iqbal
Issue Date
2013
Publisher
KDI School of public policy and management
Abstract
People at large are asking for transparency and change of attitude of public servants. Without proper training this demand cannot be fulfilled. The public sector needs to be properly organized and develop in order to perform efficiently and effectively. Through proper training the sense of accountability and dynamism can be inculcate in the civil servants. To implement the development goals and objectives of the government and to face the multifaceted challenges of 21st century an enthusiastic civil service is required. This study aims at highlighting the effectiveness of public Administration training with special references to the Bangladesh civil Service Administration cadre. Therefore this study tries to assess the effectiveness of training programs and the utilizations of training-acquisitions received by the officers of BCS Administration Cadre. And also try to find out existing drawback among the training objectives, training programs and its implementation. The present public administration training policy is discussed here for better understanding the present scenario of the training. The effectiveness of training for the administrative cadre officers depends on the importance and crying need of need based training in our country. So, we need to evaluate the effectiveness of training programs for the administrative cadre officers thoroughly and find out the best solution to offer effective training program. Therefore this study makes an attempt to present some recommendations in order to remove the existing drawback of the public administration training and to make it more effective.
URI
http://archives.kdischool.ac.kr/handle/11125/12308
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Master's Thesis (2013)


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