New Delhi: The National Centre for Good Governance and Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs have signed an MoU. The Secretary, Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, K. V. Eapen and Dr. Sameer Sharma, Director General and CEO, Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs witnessed the signing of MoU between NCGG, DARPG and IICA, Ministry of Corporate Affairs.
K.V.Eapen briefed the objective of the MoU that IICA will support NCGG for utilization of infrastructure facilities during the training programme of NCGG at Delhi and for academic and intellectual interactions for 5 years.
National Centre for Good Governance has been set up by the Government of India under the aegis of Department of Administrative Reforms and Public Grievances, Ministry of Personnel, Public Grievances and Pensions. It aims to promote good governance through Capacity Building on Public Policy and Governance both at National and International Level and carrying out studies/ action research on issues relating to governance
Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, under Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Government of India as a society registered on 12th September, 2008 with the primary objective of establishing, managing, maintaining and running a world class institute. The vision is to function as a holistic, Capacity building Institution and think-bank for corporate regulations and reform, though synergised knowledge creation and management, global partnership for real time solutions.