Public Private Partnership

To reduce the investment deficit, participation of the private sector through public-private partnership is an important route. In order to create an enabling environment for attracting private investment on a sustain basis, government introduced the concept of PPP concept which aims to facilitate the development of core sector public infrastructure and services vital for the local citizen. The PPP program is ensuring a more rapid, inclusive growth trajectory and to better meets the need for enhanced, high quality public services in fiscally sustainable manner. Under PPP project there are two-pronged strategy for building public-private partnership: one is to attract investment for projects, where building new infrastructure and expanding existing infrastructure is the major component and the second one is to attract innovation and sustainability of public service delivery to the citizen.

Enterprise Competitiveness Institute, will initiate, observe and monitor projects of following area’s under Public Private Partnership, PPP-

  1. e-Service delivery to citizen
  2. Poverty alleviation projects
  3. Social infrastructure e.g. rural/urban health and education
  4. Economic zone, industrial estates and parks development
  5. Telecommunication systems, networks and services including information and communication technology
  6. Development of enterprise and entrepreneurship
  7. Research and development
  8. PPP related awareness building such as road show, exhibition etc.

Global Money Week

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Enterprise Competitiveness Institute of Daffodil International University has organized Global Money Week-2014 from 10th March to 17th March 2014, Read More

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