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Re: the IAS - mr yaduvendra mathur's msg.

Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
Only half in jest, i would recommend closing down of the academy and
doing away with the IAS. as usual, we have chosen the wrong route --
training our civil servants on the russian-socialist model -- to rule
rather than to serve.

Individually, most of them are fine chaps, but as a system, they are a
bloody disaster for the Nation.

I'm not an IAS baiter -- I have many friends in the service, including
some secretary to GOI level officers both serving and retired and I've
said these same things to them also.

We won the Kargil was despite the IAS -- this is the popular feeling

The service, because of their huge numbers and because they are ther
permanently on the scene, have become unaccountable to anyone and are
now driven purely by self interest and their own narrow ends rather than
for national interests. Of course -- there ARE exceptions to prove the
rule -- mr j.m.lyngdoh and dr sanjeev sabhlok are two examples i know.

The real problem is: how do we train & motivate the best and the
brightest in the land to serve effectively under the worst set of
scoundrels that can be produced by our country?

Indrajit Barua.

>Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1999 19:26:46 -0800 (PST)
>From: "Yadhuvendra Mathur" <ym@lbsnaa.ernet.in>
>To: debate@indiapolicy.org
>Subject: Re: Judiciary, Prasar Bharati, Sen
>Reply-To: debate@indiapolicy.org
>Please help make the Manifesto better, or accept it, and propagate it!
>Dear Sanjeev
>I have recently joined the India Policy debate site and it promises to
>extremely interesting. I am presently working at the LBS national
>Academy of
>Administration Mussoorie and would solicit a debate on the " Training
>recruited Civil servants - Reinventing Governance through Induction and

>service courses etc "
>If there are any takers I shall put up the Syllabus that is current and

>feedback on making it more relevant
>Yaduvendra Mathur
>PS: our site http://www.lbsnaa.ernet.in

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