Mohammed Mokhlesar Rahman Sarker

Director, Electoral Training Institute
Election Commission Secretariat, Bangladesh
Focus Area(s): 
Elections
Critical Tasks: 
Training
Interviewers: 
Varanya Chaubey
Country of Reform: 
Bangladesh
Town/City: 
Dhaka
Country: 
Bangladesh
Date of Interview: 
Wednesday, February 18, 2009
Abstract 
Mohammed Sarker discusses the role of the Electoral Training Institute—a sister organization to the Bangladesh Election Commission—in training all electoral management staff in Bangladesh. He explains the founding of the institute, and the role of the government of Bangladesh, international organizations and donors in strengthening the institution. Sarker reflects upon the training methods and curricula used by the institute, as well as its highly successful administrative structure.
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At the time of this interview, Mohammed Mokhlesar Rahman Sarker was the director of the Electoral Training Institute, a sister organization to the Bangladesh Election Commission that is responsible for training the entire electoral staff in the country. He had held the position for two and a half years. Some time after the interview, he became deputy commissioner of the Lalmonirhat district of Bangladesh.

Language: 
English
Nationality of Interviewee: 
Bangladeshi
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Keywords 
codes of conduct
Donor Relations
Election Management Body
polling supplies
Staff Performance
training
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