Jan 26, 2018

JICA supports Sri Lanka to improve public service

The Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is assisting Sri Lanka to improve public service by way of providing scholarships.

During the cooperation period of the Grant, JICA plans to invite 120 Sri Lankan Government officials for Masters and 8 officials for PhDs in the areas of Public Administration, Public Policy, Public Finance, Regional Development, Economics, Business Management, Environment and Disaster Management.

Japanese Human Resource Development Scholarship (JDS) was introduced by the Government of Japan in year 2009 with the purpose of creating an efficient public sector in Sri Lanka towards expediting socio-economic development.

Under JDS up to now 90 Sri Lankan Government officials graduated with master degrees from Japanese renowned universities. On 23rd of January, a reporting session by JDS fellows was held at Hilton Colombo.

During the cooperation period of the Grant, JICA plans to invite 120 Sri Lankan Government officials for Masters and 8 officials for PhDs in the areas of Public Administration, Public Policy, Public Finance, Regional Development, Economics, Business Management, Environment and Disaster Management.

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