Good Governance and Development
The concept of good governance plays a very important role in the modern government system. Today people are conscious and they always aware of the day to day functioning of the government. So the government also tries to satisfy the general people. Where good governance creates an environment which fosters strong and equitable development and it is an essential to complement to sound economic policies. With the advent of the new economic order, manifested in the form of globalisation, liberalisation, and Privatisation has brought in a new governance paradigm prescriptively being referred to as good governance. Since the 1990s the concept of good governance has become one of the most widely used in debates in development, public policy and international relations. The first part of this paper is related to be an overview of Governance, Good Governance in India and second part of this paper is related to Good governance and development with different sectors.
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