National Institute of Chartered Program & Project Professionals (NICPP) is envisioned to be the nodal body working towards the cause of Program and Project Management in India. Housed in the Quality Council of India (QCI), NICPP is a joint initiative of the NITI Aayog and QCI, envisaged to develop a common language of program and project management in the Indian infrastructure sector. As the nodal body, NICPP is envisioned to develop and promote norms and standards in education, training and certification of Program and Project Management, as well as act as a custodian of best practices in the domain. Program & Project management is the art and science of converting vision into reality. As India is on the trajectory for a huge socio-economic transformation, NICPP aims to radically transform the way infrastructure projects are planned and executed in the country and embed a workforce of skilled professionals in the infrastructure sector.
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Building Blocks to a New Future
Infrastructure continues to be one of the biggest contributors to our country’s economy and, with the launch of the National Infrastructure Pipeline in 2019, the sector is seeing a massive push from the government and its subsidiaries.Read More
Amitabh Kant's task force prepares to take India into the world-class infra club
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NITI Aayog, QCI Launch NPMPF Initiative to Transform Infrastructure Sector in India
NITI Aayog and Quality Council of India today launched the ‘National Program and Project Management Policy Framework’ (NPMPF), envisaged to bring radical reforms in the way infrastructure projects are executed in India.Read More
Good quality of infrastructure projects, which are environment-friendly and delivered on time, will help pave the way for Aatmanirbhar Bharat
- Shri Nitin Gadkari (Minister), Ministry of Road Transport and Highways
The NPMPF will transform the way in which infrastructure projects are implemented in the country.
- Shri Piyush Goyal (Minister), Ministry of Railways