An analysis of training needs and challenges in public procurement in india

Samir Kumar

Public procurement is an activity of government both at the level of Centre and State, their autonomous/statutory bodies and public undertakings with varied requirements as per their need. The importance of public procurement cannot be understated in view of the fact that the present procurement of the Indian government accounts for roughly 25-30% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
The Present study has been divided into two sections.

Section -1 highlight on various rules and regulation in practise to ensure transparent and efficient public procurement system in India.

Section-2 is an analysis of the relevancy of the training programmes on Public Procurement, conducted by NIFM*, Faridabad for the government officer having different procurement experience based on the feedback given by the participants who took training during the period 2016-17.

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