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IAS or the Indian Administrative Service is not just the biggest national pastime (as a combined number of more than a half million seekers write the Prelims every year), it is also the most entertaining and epicentric nucleus of policy-making in India. Even if theres no vertical accountability to We, the People of India, these Babus have a world of their own - they rea IAS or the Indian Administrative Service is not just the biggest national pastime (as a combined number of more than a half million seekers write the Prelims every year), it is also the most entertaining and epicentric nucleus of policy-making in India. Even if theres no vertical accountability to We, the People of India, these Babus have a world of their own - they read The Economist, play golf, attend AMP courses at Harvard, take study sabbaticals at INSEAD and take a ransom to do just do their job. They are easily the most-wide read amongst Indias intellectuals and share a world almost like a Bilderberg or a Freemason society M.K.Kaw is a retired IAS officer who has been there, done that. He gives a promising preview that entertains as much as it informs in this cheeky book that is sure to be lapped up by all bureaucracy members. M.K.Kaw worked in Himachal Pradesh as well as New Delhi in various postings from Finance Secretary to the Central Pay Commission. The present book is a sequel to an earlier book Bureaucrazy published in 1993. It is more elegant, presentable, and full of wit in Wodehousean fashion. Divided into seven parts, and populated with 47 chapters. There is one chapter almost on every conceivable facet of bureaucracy - the ways and means of wives of IAS officers, from egoistic officers like Seshan to diffident members, the need to have Godfathers, to sir your officers, the anatomy of corruption, etc. There is only one flaw: while profusely witty and analytical, theres a lot of bharichaara and fraternity on the whimsical ways in which the Babus have been ruling our country long after the British Babus have left. Easy read.

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IAS or the Indian Administrative Service is not just the biggest national pastime (as a combined number of more than a half million seekers write the Prelims every year), it is also the most entertaining and epicentric nucleus of policy-making in India. Even if theres no vertical accountability to We, the People of India, these Babus have a world of their own - they rea IAS or the Indian Administrative Service is not just the biggest national pastime (as a combined number of more than a half million seekers write the Prelims every year), it is also the most entertaining and epicentric nucleus of policy-making in India. Even if theres no vertical accountability to We, the People of India, these Babus have a world of their own - they read The Economist, play golf, attend AMP courses at Harvard, take study sabbaticals at INSEAD and take a ransom to do just do their job. They are easily the most-wide read amongst Indias intellectuals and share a world almost like a Bilderberg or a Freemason society M.K.Kaw is a retired IAS officer who has been there, done that. He gives a promising preview that entertains as much as it informs in this cheeky book that is sure to be lapped up by all bureaucracy members. M.K.Kaw worked in Himachal Pradesh as well as New Delhi in various postings from Finance Secretary to the Central Pay Commission. The present book is a sequel to an earlier book Bureaucrazy published in 1993. It is more elegant, presentable, and full of wit in Wodehousean fashion. Divided into seven parts, and populated with 47 chapters. There is one chapter almost on every conceivable facet of bureaucracy - the ways and means of wives of IAS officers, from egoistic officers like Seshan to diffident members, the need to have Godfathers, to sir your officers, the anatomy of corruption, etc. There is only one flaw: while profusely witty and analytical, theres a lot of bharichaara and fraternity on the whimsical ways in which the Babus have been ruling our country long after the British Babus have left. Easy read.
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Title Bureaucrazy Gets Craizer: IAS Unmasked Height 215 mm
M K KAW Width 136 mm
ISBN-13 9789322008086 Binding PAPERBACK
ISBN-10 9322008083 Spine Width 12 mm
Publisher Konark Publication Pages 212
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