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Bonny_Handique

I have a Master of Commerce Degree from IDOL, under Guwahati University, India. Currently, I am pursuing an MBA in finance from Krishna Kanta Handiqui State Open University (KKHSOU), India.

I have an overall experience of five years, wherein I have worked with an international organization called World Vision as a Supply Chain Coordinator for 4.3 years.

While working at this organization, I was engaged in various procurement-related activities concerning the project, from floating bids to awarding contracts to the qualified contractors and vendors. I was also responsible for the administrative section of the project that lead for the development of the poor and needy in rural areas. Currently, I am working as a Procurement Management Executive in Assam Rural Infrastructure & Agricultural Services (ARIAS) Society, which is financed by the World Bank.

At my current organization, I undertake public procurement activities as per World Bank guidelines, in that way CPPP course has given me a tremendous knowledge and learning, which gives me a head start to handle all the procurement activities of the organization. I find the course very interactive and is presented in a very interesting manner with various activities in between the modules, which will let you know how much you have learned from this course. I am truly pleased, grateful, and honored for completing this certification program with distinction.

I would like to thank iNET procurement for developing such a dedicated, user friendly, and public procurement-focused learning portal, which is going to help a lot of professionals around the world. I would like to encourage everyone to take up the course, which will give a detailed input and learning about public procurement, which is beneficial for all, irrespective of the departments they work, as procurement is vital for any organization.

Bonny_Handique
Ishwar_Bhatta

I have a Master of Science Degree in Civil Engineering (Construction Management Program), with a specialization in Public Procurement from Pulchowk Campus, Institute of Engineering Tribhuvan University, Nepal. I completed a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering.

I have been involved in the civil engineering field for over ten years with more than seven years of specific experience in Public Procurement in the Transportation in World Bank-funded projects in Nepal. Currently, I am working as a Procurement Specialist on an Urban Transport project supported by the World Bank.

I do also have experience as Project Engineer in World Bank-supported rural transport projects such as SNRTP and RAIDP in Nepal. I am well acquainted with government procedures and donor requisites in Public Procurement. I also have good working knowledge of the World Bank’s procurement policies, guidelines, and procedures. I am educated and trained with FIDIC Red/Yellow book, ADB forms of contracts, including Claim analysis/evaluation, Adjudication, Arbitration, Dispute Avoidance, etc. I am well practiced with World Bank and Nepalese forms of contracts.

As a public procurement practitioner, I did the in CPPP course to have basic ideas regarding global practices in public procurement. And additional advantages are also there to have a CPPP certificate while competing for procurement personnel in many organizations around the world.

This CPPP learning via MOOC along with my area of interest, experience, and expertise will help me conduct procurement related tasks successfully. This learning program is, definitely, going to make me more professional towards my duties. With the CPPP Certification, I will increase my professionalism in public procurement practices. Hopefully, this will also give me a professional recognition, personal satisfaction, career advancements/opportunities, indicator of expertise, increased credibility, etc.

Ishwar_Bhatta
Suresh_Ranjit

I have a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from Tribhuvan University in Nepal. I have a total of 12 years of experience in various multilateral, bilateral, and international humanitarian organizations.

While practical experience has taught me a lot of the intricacies of public procurement, I also got the opportunity to participate in various training programs on public procurement. For instance, I have undertaken Procurement, Logistics and Supply Chain Management training from USAID Paani Program, IFRC, Oxfam GB Nepal, and Development Alternative Incorporation (DAI) Global LLC.

Extensive knowledge is paramount to exhibit competency in the field, followed by professional ethics and values. It is crucial to me, as a professional, to continually improve my knowledge and skills, and that is only possible by participating in relevant course studies/training programs. I found the structured course contents of CPPP, in Procurement iNET, to enhance my knowledge in public procurement.  CPPP provides the opportunity to learn while working. As a procurement specialist, I am very enthusiastic to learn more about standard tools, techniques, procurement policies, logistics, and supply chain management. That was the main reason I undertook the CPPP so passionately. I am honoured with my score (93.33 percent) in the overall assessment.

The objective of the CPPP is to cover the basics of Public Procurement, to enable the participants to get an overview of Public Procurement and understand the rationale behind Public Procurement decisions. The course contents flow smoothly from one screen to another. The course has perfectly fulfilled its objective. I strongly encourage all public procurement professionals to undertake the course. I appreciate the excellent initiative of the World Bank.

I am delighted that I have accomplished to conclude the CPPP with distinction. The CPPP training is highly inspiring, informative, and interactive. The World Bank and iNET have made a great effort to cover all dimensions of public procurement.  The online courses have a friendly interface design and explain clearly and concisely all the content. The CPPP is a must-do for public procurement specialists. 

Suresh_Ranjit
Hashmatullah Mohammadi

I have a B.A (Economics) and an MBA (Financial Management and Human Resources Management) from India.

It has been 2 years that I am involve in procurement and currently work as procurement manager in Government sector. Besides attending some workshops on public procurement, I have completed CIPS Level-2 and currently working on Level-3 program.

Working in procurement is a challenging task especially in public sector where we have to try our best considering the applicable rules and regulations to ensure value for money in spending public fund. I thoroughly enjoy working in procurement and hence I try to learn as much as possible to become an expert and contribute to the maximum to this field.

The CPPP online training program initiated by World Bank is an efficient and resourceful platform for people in procurement. It worth investing your time in. I personally gained valuable knowledge through this program. The platform is user-friendly and is well structured. Similarly the content of the program is relevant and has been developed in a smart and yet simple way which gives you a complete picture of public procurement process in general. I admire the work of those in charge of initiating this precious program and highly recommend this program for procurement professionals to brush up on their procurement knowledge, and for non-procurement professionals to re-shape their perception of procurement function in public sector. 

Hashmatullah Mohammadi
Ermansyah SE

I completed my graduation in accounting from Indonesia.

Overall, I have 12 years of working experience and out of which 5 years I have worked in public procurement

My current job involves a lot of procurement activities. CPPP provided me an opportunity to increase my knowledge base and learn the nuances for better and efficient implementation of public procurement.

Since considerable proportion of expenditure out of Revenue of any country is made through public procurement, so, there is utmost requirement to make it professional in order to achieve the developmental goals of the country. Professionalization of public procurement can build a better world. With professionalization, the implementation of projects would be far from corruption.

CPPP is a highly inspiring, insightful, informatory and interactive course. World Bank has made a great effort in making CPPP extremely engaging and covered all dimensions of public procurement. Concepts have been explained very clearly.


Ermansyah SE
Chandra Bdr Rai

I am a continuing student pursuing Diploma in Materials and Procurement Management from Jigme Namgyel Engineering College, Deothang, Bhutan after working for two years in Computer Zone at Phuentsholing, Bhutan as a Purchasing Manager.

I have done CPPP mainly because It is mostly related to my current course of study. CPPP gives you an opportunity to learn and develop at your comfort and has been made easy to understand. It a captivating and complimentary course for the user, which will enhance our knowledge and develop skills for better future. A very useful program, value for money and time. This online course helped me to enhance my knowledge in procurement.

Pursuing the course gives me confidence to handle procurement and would help me in my future career endeavours in procurement. CPPP is a platform where student like me will obtain abundant of knowledge about procurement. I really appreciate this excellent initiative of the World Bank.

Chandra Bdr Rai
Rohit Srivastava

I have completed my Masters of Business Administration with specialization in Operations Management and I am certified fiber to the home professional  and FTTx -OSP Design Consultant from FTTH council America.

I have 8 years of experience in various multinational corporations like   HCL, EY, PWC etc. Presently I am running my own start up named Dparth Technologies and working on establishing state-of-the-art network infrastructure to serve as backbone for various Digital States.

I have procurement specific experience as I have worked on various procurement requirements in establishing BharatNet,  National Data Centre and state data centre requirements of various banks and education hubs across India.

Public procurement has significant consideration of accountability, effectiveness and sustainability. Hence the procurement process should be well understood by the procuring agencies and professionals. It is an excellent initiative by World Bank to offer a well-designed, interactive and free online course on CPPP. Although I was aware of various procurement rules, procedures and policies being followed in my organisation, this Course CPPP has given me an in-depth understanding of many procedures in public procurement.

I would like to recommend all prospective Procurement professionals to undertake this course as it will really help in increasing their knowledge base which eventually will help them tackle various challenges in the field of public procurement. It is an excellent initiative by World Bank to offer a well-designed, interactive and free online course on CPPP. It’s in-depth and rich knowledge base will really help me to inculcate and implement various new concepts in my working field.

Rohit Srivastava
Shivani Goel

I am graduate in B Tech and have also done Masters of Business Administration. I have more than 7 years of experience in various aspects of project management and e-procurement in various organizations. Currently associated with  M/s Dparth Tech Advisory Pvt. Ltd. as an Advisor.

I have worked in GePNIC e-Procurement module for 5.5 years and skilled myself in end-to-end e-Procurement activities from system study, testing, documentation and implementation. During this period of working in “GePNIC” e-Procurement module I had contributed in making Request for Proposals, Bid Management and Contract Management for various Central Government Ministries/Departments. I was also involved in Evaluation of technical documents with Technical Evaluation committee. I also got the opportunity to share the knowledge in “MDP for Public Procurement” conducted by “National Institute of Financial Management (NIFM)” on various aspects of GePNIC e-Procurement module like how to prepare Request for Proposals as per the Standard Bidding Document and processing of tenders through e-Procurement application, various guidelines on procurement as per GFR2017, CVC guidelines. Currently, I am continuing working with e-Procurement System, Public Procurement, Contract Management activities and associated with project implementation in large Infrastructure Projects.

“CPPP by Governance Global Practice, The World Bank” helped me to enhance my knowledge on Public Procurement. The objective of the course is to cover the basics of Public Procurement which is very much required if you are into the procurement domain. I find the course very interactive and it is presented in a very interesting manner with various activities in between the modules which will let you know that how much you have learned from this course. I am truly pleased, grateful and honoured on completing the certificate program with distinction in public procurement delivered as Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). I am implementing the knowledge gained from CPPP and it is enhancing me in my working field.

CPPP is very interactive, interesting course. This course is presented in a very user friendly manner along with examples which makes you understand the things more easily. I would recommend all the procurement professionals to undertake this course it will surely enhance and boost your procurement knowledge. I would like to thank the World Bank for designing this extraordinary knowledge-enriching programme.

Shivani Goel
Jaswinder Singh Chahal

I completed my graduation in Civil Engineering (BE Civil) and Post-Graduation in Structural Engineering (M.Tech) from Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana. Punjab, India

Overall, I have 25 years of working experience. Currently I am working as Executive Engineer, Department Water Supply & Sanitation, Punjab, India. My responsibilities involve project preparation, coordination with work departments (and various stakeholders) and public procurement. Throughout my career, I have had the opportunity to handle public procurement. I have been handling World Bank procurement in one of its project since 2007. I also initiated e-procurement in water and sanitation projects.

My current job involves a lot of procurement activities. CPPP provided me a unique opportunity to increase my knowledge base and learn the nuances for better and efficient implementation of public procurement.

Since considerable proportion of expenditure out of Revenue (Budget) of any country is made through public procurement, economic and , infrastructure development; social upliftment, etc. depends on efficient procurement maangement. , So, there is utmost requirement to make it professional, cost-effective, in pace with modern technology trends, and transparent for achieving developmental goals of the country. Professionalization of public procurement can build a better World.

CPPP is a highly inspiring, insightful, informatory and interactive course. World Bank has made a great effort in making CPPP extremely engaging and covered all dimensions of public procurement. Concepts have been explained in a clear and concise manner thereby making them understandable and memorable. CPPP is a wonderful and amazing course.

Jaswinder Singh Chahal
Nitish Das

I graduated in Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from Jorhat Engineering College, Assam, India and did Master of Engineering from Assam Engineering College, Assam, India. I had been awarded Doctor of Philosophy by Gauhati University, Assam, India.

My professional journey started when I joined a private architectural firm. I worked with Assam Remote Sensing Application Centre before joining Public Health Engineering Department, Government of Assam in 1994. While, I have 26 years of experience in civil engineering, I started to deal with the public procurement procedures some 17 years back. Apart from working in government sector, I have the experience of working as a consultant in private sector organizations, SMEC India Pvt. Ltd.; LEA Associates South India Pvt. Ltd.; Ernst and Young LLP, and multilateral funding agency, Asian Development Bank.

Out of my 17 years of public procurement experience, I have 8 years of experience in projects funded by Asian Development Bank and the World Bank. During this period, I had to deal with public procurement of works, goods, non-consulting and consulting services, the costs of which vary over a wide range. While practical experience has taught me a lot of the intricacies of the public procurement, I also got the opportunity to participate various training programs on public procurement.

Knowledge and skill are paramount to exhibit competency in the field pursued by a professional and upgrading the same is possible only by participating in relevant course studies/training programs. I found the structured course contents of CPPP in Procurement iNET very germane to enhance my public procurement knowledge.  CPPP, being online free course, provides the opportunity for learning while working.

The objective of the CPPP is to cover the basics of Public Procurement, to enable the participants to get an overview of Public Procurement and understand the rationale behind Public Procurement decisions. The course contents flow smoothly from one screen to another and has fulfilled the objective in an excellent way. I would invite all public procurement professionals to study the course. I really appreciate this excellent initiative of the World Bank.

Nitish Das
     
 
 

 

 

 

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