Good governance means good rule. Good rule can be ensured when the role of law can be ensured. Besides, fair, impartial and unbiased administration can be, to a great extent, helpful to ensure good governance. Without good governance, good management system cannot be developed. In absence of good governance, corruption, lawlessness and anarchy prevail. Without good governance, law and order of a country is deteriorated day by day. Instead of good services from the government as well as the country
people are always harassed, mail, treated, exploited and oppressed. Social justice is banished from the country for want of good governance. Where there is no good governance, there is mismanagement in state-affairs. As a result, people have to be deprived of their fundamental rights, social justice and even human rights. In absence of good governance, government has no accountability, transparency, credibility and acceptability. To ensure good governance, the government should be transparent. People should be made aware of all the plans, programs and politicies taken by the government. If the good governance can be ensured, proper management system will be possible which will ultimately be helpful for national development and prosperity.