The Good Governance Programme and governance website actively promotes the sharing of experiences nationally and internationally.
Materials will be added to the governance website to support institutions as they work to develop and strengthen their governance practices. Here we add additional reports and features which we hope will extend institution's understanding of key developments and challenges - either in India or Internationally.
We hope these materials, and other resources, including the short interviews available on the website offer perspectives and insights for governing body chairs and members, and institutional and national leaders to assist their work in guiding and stengthening instititutions.
If you have further suggestions for sharing experiences please Contact Us.
|MORE RESOURCES FEATURES|
|Executive Summary of the Good Practice Guide for Governing Bodies|
|Primary Accountabilities of Governing Bodies|
|Openness and Transparency in the Operation of Governing Bodies|
|Key Attributes of Governing Bodies|
|Effectiveness and Performance Review of Governing Bodies|
|What is a high achieving institution?|
|Warwick University defines its Code of Governance, and Conflicts of Interest|
|Outline Model Structure for Governance Guidelines Documents|
|What is 'whistle-blowing'?|
|Ensuring better governance|
Supporting governance development needs of individual governors, governing bodies, institutions and States is a key activity of this and other national and regional initiatives. Another output of the Good Governance Programme is a Governance Development Plan to see how governance development is built into institutional development through clear, timebound action planning.