Assignment on State of Good Governance in Bangladesh

There can be little doubt that concerns about the state of governance in Bangladesh continue to rise Political turmoil and violence the politicization of the public administration and concerns that corruption obstructs private sector investment and public service delivery are key elements of what is widely deemed a crisis of Governance “so it is very much need ed to monitor he state of governance and their critical analysis. The main reason to continue to monitor the state of governance is that the dimensions and priorities of governance have changed over time.
The first major donor assessment of Bangladesh governance the World Bank’s Government that works in 1996, analyzed the performance of “Core” public seetor agencies as background to a reform agenda that included downsizing government. Independen confirmations of the problems with governance came with the 1998 publication of t he centre for policy Dialogue’s (CPD) Review of Bangladesh Development 1997 , crisis in Governance, by the 2000 governance was firmly established as one of the key issues in the development of Bangladesh. In 2003 a development policy review focused on governance and is 2006, a country assistance strategy document comprehensively addressed issues of governance, Bu there assessment still carry disproportionate influence on the state of Governance in Bangladesh.

Governance means the process of decision making and the process by which decisions are implemented. In general sense government refer exercising political power to manage nation’s affair

Governance can be viewed both in positive and negative terms. When it is positive we call it “Good Governance’ otherwise when negative, we call it poor or week Governance for better understanding of Good governance “We would have to know about. What is poor Governance?

2. Failure to establish a predictable frame work of law and government behavior conducive to development or arbitrariness in the application of rules and laws.
4. Priorities, inconsistent with development resulting in a misallocation of resources
Good Governance is normative conception of the values according to which the act of governance is realized and the method by which groups of social actors interact in a certain social context.

1. Participation.
2. Rule of Law:
3. Transparency:
4. Responsiveness:
5. Consensus Orientation:
6. Equity:
7. Effectiveness and efficiency