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NILG

The Local Government institute was established on 1st July 1969. It was renamed as the National Institute of Local Government on 1st July 1980. Its main responsibilities are to impart training to the elected representatives, appointed officials and staff of the local government bodies and government officials connected with the problems and issues of the local government bodies. It is the only apex training and research institute of the Local Government Division.


NILG has undertaken different training and research activities from 1st October 2001 to October 2002. In the training courses, the newly appointed secretary of Union Parishad, newly elected commissioner of Pourashavas, Commissioners of Khulna, Rajshahi, Chittagong and Dhaka city corporation, public representatives and government officers and officials of different ministries, training institutions, NGOs and donor agencies attended.

The National Institute of Local Government organized 20 training/orientation courses and one workshop from 1st October 2001 to 1st October 2002.

The institute has take up seven research studies from 1st October 2001. The research studies are: relationship between NGOs and Pourashavas, recreational facilities and health services of Pourashavas, office management and the role of village policies of Union Parishad, three year action research study on Union Parishad and socio-economic profile of women commissioners of Dhaka City Corporation.

To strengthen the activities of NILG, the government has approved a five-year (July 2002-June 2007) project namely " Strengthening of the National Institute of Local Government" with an estimated cost of Tk 9.87 crore. The components of the project are: physical expansion of the Institute's academic, administrative and hostel building, training of local government functionaries-both elected and appointed and purchase of furniture and equipment etc.