Good Governance Crisis in Bangladesh Civil Service Ways for Improvement

Jannatul Ferdous


Intentions Good Governance is to get complete progress of a state. Numerous limitations stay as blockades for instituting good governance.Good governance is not only a standard goal for civil service, but also a degree of brilliance for the government on the whole. Therefore, civil service would be questioned to sustain professional brilliance with more impartially and transparently in all of their dealings and react with honesty to the needs and demands of the people. Thus, attaining comprehensive objective of public interest becomes extremely vital. This has need of a people oriented and value considerate approach.For many yearsthe traditional public administration has been in dominating position. There needs advanced views, thoughtful work, commitment, and effectiveness. This paper attempts to find out the loopholes of civil service against the standard of goodgovernance and suggest some possible solution.


Good Governance, Civil Service, Bangladesh

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