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Reforms in Indian Administrative Services (IAS): way ahead

In order to tackle manifold challenges of a developing India what the country needs desperately is robust and efficient administrative machinery. Below are the problems plaguing the administrative setup of the country:

1.  Political interferences
2.  Outdated personnel procedures
3.  Lack of expertise in particular domain
4.  Inadequate and inefficient tools for the  implementation of policies

In order to achieve high fruits of development the administrative setup of the country needs major reforms. Below are suggested measures to improve the overall effectiveness of Indian Administrative Services:

1. Strict measures to ascertain performance and disposals of the civil servants and proper rewards and encouragement

2. Lowering the age of the recruits as numerous studies have shown high age recruits to be not as efficient

3. Allotting officials their home state( recent studies have shown officers working in their home state to be more efficient in service delivery contrary to the popular belief of them getting corrupted)

4. Civil servants should be protected against transfers and postings that are politically motivated or arbitrary

If these reforms are implemented seriously, Indian administrative machinery will become dynamic; performance oriented an efficient to harness the demographic dividend of the country and to propel it to the high growth path.

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