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Secretary General

Prof. R. Lalitha S. Fernando
Network of Asia Pacific Schools and Institutes of Public Administration
and Governance (NAPSIPAG)
Email
jnu.napsipag2008@gmail.com
lalithafernaando@gmail.com
rlsf@sjp.ac.lk


Head/ Department of Public Administration
Faculty of Management Studies and Commerce,
University of Sri Jayewardenepura,
Nugegoda,
Sri Lanka.
http://www.sjp.ac.lk/

Mission & Objectives

NAPSIPAG shall seek to enhance the quality of governance and public administration in the Asia-Pacific region by building the capacities of its national governments to promote good governance, through practical, relevant, and responsive training, education, and research.

  1. Strengthening member institutions by sponsoring activities that enhance the capacity of their members for the promotion of the highest standards of effective, transparent, and responsive governance
  2. Encouraging improved professional competence by developing cutting-edge curriculum and by providing advanced training for those currently in the field
  3. knowledge about good governance to the public, legislators, and the private sector by bringing together, under a broad umbrella, individuals concerned with educating current and future generations of students who will be responsible for managing the governments of the Asia-Pacific region
  4. Creating a professional identity and community by bringing together key people within a country or region to enhance their ability to achieve their principal professional goals and objectives
  5. Promoting professional standards and ethics by establishing canons of ethical behavior to guide faculty and practitioners, and encouraging the highest of ethical standards and responsibilities befitting those working in public service
  6. Promoting professional communication about good governance by supporting appropriate media to enable dissemination and discussion of new information and knowledge, including annual conferences, professional journals and other publications, and electronic media;
  7. Promoting the discipline of public administration by carrying out campaigns to encourage individuals to enter public service and publicizing the activities of those already in the public service;
  8. Promoting academic freedom by supporting individual faculty members’ freedom to teach and conduct research in a manner consistent with the highest standards of professional integrity and independence
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