Journals

Published on: 09/17/2016

Gopi Khanal
Joint Secretary, Ministry of Federal Affairs and Local Development, Nepal

Volume: 27 ID: Pages: 59-87
Published on: 05/18/2014

One of the mandates of Bangladesh Public Administration Training Centre (BPATC) is to develop human capital of senior level civil servants of Bangladesh. This study has identified the development needs of the Joint Secretaries of Bangladesh Civil Service in order to facilitate knowledge and skills through Senior Staff Course (SSC) organized by BPATC. This study has used quantitative research approach. Data were collected from different levels of respondents that include officers of the rank of Joint Secretary, Additional Secretary and Secretary.

Volume: 26 ID: Pages: 1-29
Published on: 09/25/2019

Government accountability is intrinsic to democracies, as citizens can choose public officials through their popular vote and accordingly exercise some control and oversight over the officials. But elections held in periodic intervals do not allow the scrutiny of the decisions and activities that are conducted on a daily basis. This article examines how to confront this challenge of holding the governments to account, by looking into local governance in Nepal, where citizens have limited knowledge of the government decisions, activities, procedures followed, and their outcomes.

Volume: 29 ID: Pages: 1-21
Published on: 08/01/2016

Rojan Baniya
Assistant Professor, Kathmandu University School of Management

Kirtika Paudel
Kathmandu University School of Management

Volume: 27 ID: Pages: 16-30
Published on: 06/25/2013

The proposed 72 kilo meter long Outer Ring Road (ORR) project for the Kathmandu valley constitutes the construction of 50 meter wide road (eight lane highway) and development of 250 meter of land on either side through land pooling technique. It has a vision of developing the valley as a ‘national capital region’ and managing the population growth in the next 15-20 years through planned urban development. This ambitious project covers forty village development committees, three municipalities and one metropolitan city.

Volume: 25(1) ID: Pages: 23-38