Millennium Post

Mafias of school education

29 Jun 2020 6:43 PM GMT
Unlike other sectors in India, the education sector has largely escaped scrutiny and punitive action regarding acts of corruption perpetrated by small, private and powerful lobbies

Honest alone is not enough

24 Jun 2020 5:12 PM GMT
For a bureaucrat, blind honesty untempered by prudence and efficiency is a sure path to failure, both in their duties and their quest to change society

Does it pay to be ethical?

16 Jun 2020 5:48 PM GMT
Value of ethics in bureaucracy is significant not only from the perspective of ideal public service but also as a pragmatic career booster for civil servants who practice such principles

Choose your music

9 Jun 2020 7:01 PM GMT
Ultimately, a civil servant must tune out the political crossfire and do what they think is right rather than what is convenient or will bring them short term gains

Staying steadfast

2 Jun 2020 4:05 PM GMT
The process of rehabilitating the image of civil servants in India, while requiring major institutional changes, must begin with the civil servants' willpower to hold their integrity intact

The voice of bureaucracy

26 May 2020 5:32 PM GMT
A new generation of civil servants must, as a group, use the media effectively to promote their achievements and counter negativity regarding the services

Shaping a brighter future

19 May 2020 3:00 PM GMT
To shape young Indian civil servants as the leaders of tomorrow, systems for selection, training and assessment of such officers must be overhauled

Attracting investments

13 May 2020 5:04 PM GMT
Post-COVID-19, India can emerge as a major investment hotspot if certain policies and existing economic frameworks are used more effectively
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