Pro RK Mishra (Director, IPE and Convention Chair) welcomed the gathering and Dr Jayasree Raveendran(Asst Proessor, IPE and Convention Convenor) presented the Convention theme and details o the TechnicalSessions.
Prof RK Mishra welcoming the invitees.Prof RK Mishra (IPE) and Prof Zabid Abdul Rashid (UNIRAZAK) signing the MoU.
Development Goals: The Indian Journey’.
The Inaugural Session
The Inauguration Session of the Convention had the esteemed presence of dignitaries representing the Government, Public Enterprises and academia. Delegates and paper presenters from all over India participated.
Languages University, Hyderabad) and otherdignitaries released the ollowing publications:
Cases AssessingPerormance,Prospects andChallenges’.
and Public Policy.
Research.Pro Datuk Dr Zabid Abdul Rashid (President and
MDGs in the context o Malaysia, which has showncommendable progress in moving towards them.The country’s economy has especially ared well inreduction o poverty, health care and education. TheConvention also witnessed the signing o an MoUbetween IPE and UNIRAZAK.
Management, Government o India) spoke on‘Perormance Monitoring and Evaluation System’,arousing spontaneous excitement coupled withthe realization o the importance and mechanismo perormance monitoring and evaluation in an
its MDG timelines due to ineective delivery opublic services, weak accountability systems, andgaps in implementation.
ability to implement policies and programs
Eective evaluation requires explicit rankings.
synonymous with Evaluation.
in government are dierent rom evaluationtechniques or strategic control.
improvement are Evaluation, Inormation andIncentive systems.
Perormance Explanation and PerormanceMonitoring.
Mr Rana Som making his Presidential Address.
In his Presidential address, Mr Rana Som (CMD, NationalMineral Development Corporation Limited) observed thatpoverty is the basic reason or distress in communities andincome generation in a systematic, inclusive and sustainablemanner had to be thought o.He reiterated the challenges that a mining company like NMDCaces and how it strives to address issues poverty reductionand environment protection.He also highlighted the responsibility o corporates in helpingIndia achieving the MDGs and paving the way or prosperity.Ms J Kiranmai (Asst Proessor, IPE) proposed the vote o thanks.Perceptions that government agencies do not deliveron what is expected o them have three infuencers –the Results, the Citizens’ Charter and the GrievanceRedress Mechanism. The infuencers’ magnitudeis as ollows: At the beginning o each nancialyear, with the approval o the Minister concerned,
by the Ministry, agenda spelt out in the maniesto
agenda spelt out by the Government rom time totime. The Minister decides the inter-se priority among
reviewed by a Committee on Government Perormanceand the goals reset, taking into account the prioritiesat that time. This enables actoring in unoreseen
agreed results in a report, which is nalized by the 1
o May. Dr Trivedi also highlighted the system design,capacity building and implementation parameters.
Guest of Honor Prof Datuk Dr Zabid Abdul Rashid addressing theparticipants.